Ann Hall, BPHE, MA, PhD is a self-described "sports-nut". Her teaching and research interests focused primarily on the sociological aspects of sport, more specifically gender relations in sport and leisure. Since retiring from the University of Alberta, she has been researching and writing about Canadian women’s sport history.
In this episode she shares with us her research on the OELC before 1948 and the important contributions of Gord Wright and Helen Gurney in those early days. She also discusses OELC's transition from a male-only camp to more inclusive program.