Roderick Haig-Brown, Conservationist
When most of us hear the name Roderick Haig-Brown, we think of his A River Never Sleeps (1944), or perhaps The Seasons of a Fisherman (1939). We don’t automatically connect him with keeping British Columbian salmon safe from dams and being broadly active in environmental education. But as Mark Hume points out, he rivals fellow British Columbian David Suzuki for his impact on the province. In the Toronto Globe and Mail.