Sandi (Sauer) Ratch received her master’s degree in Archaeology from Simon Fraser University in 1995. She currently lives in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, about 45 minutes south of Edmonton. Her part-time work includes research, writing, and graphics from her home office doing both heritage and archaeological consulting for various clients. “Do Your Little Bit” was the result of research spurred by a collection of historic postcards collected and kept by family. http://sandiratch.blogspot.ca/p/ historic-research-g.html.
Megan Robertson is a doctoral candidate in the School of Commu- nication at Simon Fraser University. She completed her master’s degree at ubc in English Literature where her thesis focused on representations of the Great War in contemporary Canadian literature. Her current research interests include cultural memory, vernacular photography, and digital heritage.
Daniel Schade has earned undergraduate degrees in both history and political science at the University of Victoria and is currently a regular force officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Jim Wood has taught at several post-secondary institutions, including Trent University, the Royal Military College of Canada, ubc Okanagan, and the University of Victoria. In addition to articles published in Canadian Military History, The Journal of Military History, The American Review of Canadian Studies, and BC Studies his book publications include We Move Only Forward: Canada, the United States, and the First Special Service Force, 1942-44 (2006) and Militia Myths: Ideas of the Canadian Citizen Soldier, 1896-1921 (ubc Press, 2010). He currently teaches history at Kwantlen Polytechnic University and Okanagan College.