Wayne Norton


Wayne Norton is a writer, publisher and historical consultant who, for many years, was a teacher in Fort Rupert, Kamloops and England. He has written extensively on a variety of topics including music of the First World War, historic women’s ice hockey, prairie settlement, public health, and the local histories of Kamloops and Fernie. He was a research consultant for the Indian Residential School Process and has published articles in British Columbia History, The Globe and MailBC Studies and The Vancouver Sun. Norton has also published eight books, most recently Women on Ice: The Early Years of Women’s Hockey in Western Canada with Ronsdale Press.