Michael Clarke edited, published and wrote several of the entries in Canada: Portraits of Faith in the 1990s, during the time he was a history teacher in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley. Subsequently, he has served several Canadian and American faith-based institutions as a public policy consultant. His research interests include popular culture, bioethics, politics and history.
Articles by Michael D. Clarke
Timothy Eaton is known from coast to coast in Canada for revolutionary merchandising and for building a retail empire by supplying the needs of city dwellers and country folk alike. Despite his fame, Eaton preferred to remain largely in the background; he never became a public figure, and he refused to enter politics. He had three principal interests: his church, his family, and his store.