Articles and Public Presentations

Mark was interviewed by Canada’s History magazine podcast in May 2019.  The interview delves into the relevance of knowing history in today’s society, with a special focus on LGBTQ history. It covers my published research in the area, and the work of the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto.

You can listen to the interview here.

Mark was profiled in the Toronto Star newspaper on his life as a business entrepreneur, philanthropist, and LGBTQ activist.

You can read the profile here.

Mark S. Bonham was honoured as the 2018 Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year Award at the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) annual conference in November 2018.

Mark S. Bonham was profiled in The Globe and Mail newspaper related to his being honoured with the 2018 Outstanding Philanthropist of the Year Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

You can read the profile HERE.

Mark S. Bonham contributed the chapter on the biography of Mark Carney to the book The Governors of the Bank of Canada (New Federation House, 2018).

To read more and order the book, visit HERE.

Mark S. Bonham is a contributing author for the financial industry to The Canadian Encyclopedia.  He has contributed the following articles:

The History of Toronto-Dominion Bank

The History of the Bank of Montreal

The History of the Bank of Nova Scotia

The History of The Royal Bank of Canada

The History of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

The History of Sun Life Financial Corporation

The History of Manulife Financial Corporation

Business Cycles in Canada

Recession in Canada

Chartered Banks in Canada

History of the Bank of Canada

Mark was the Keynote Speaker for the annual Rotman School of Management’s Awards Presentation breakfast.  You can view Mark’s presentation HERE.

In September 2017, Mark presented a talk on 150 Years of Canada’s Life Insurance Industry at the conference 150 Years of Canadian Business History Conference, held to commemorate the sesquicentennial of the founding of Canada.

Mark spoke on the topic of Canadian Financial Institutions: reviewing their global ambitions and corporate social policies, 1900 to present.  The talk was presented at the conference From Public Interest to Private Profit: The Changing Political and Social Legitimacy of International Business, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, May 5-6, 2016.


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