Graeme J. Watson is a Senior Access to Information and Privacy Analyst at Library and Archives Canada. He worked the first half-decade of his career at Transport Canada, and has a Co-op Baccalaureate in International Development and Globalization, as well as a teacher’s degree, both from the University of Ottawa. Graeme graduated from a course in novel writing from Winghill Writing School in June 2017. In December 2017, he completed his Certificate in Information Access and Protection of Privacy from the Faculty of Extension at the University of Alberta.

Graeme is married to Leslie, a schoolteacher. He worships and serves on the Board of Directors at Celebration Church! Ottawa, volunteers with Scouts Canada with the Cub section and is a member of the Gideons International in Canada. He is the recipient of the Queen’s Venturer Award, a recognition for outstanding community service.

Graeme loves current events, biking, running and staying active. He has a keen interest in most things Canadian. Follow him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn ! Graeme is the author of the books The Factory Challenge and Energized, Living in Our Times and Father to the Childless. He has been featured as a budding author and his work has been written up in the February/March 2018 edition of the Riverview Park Review, the local newspaper in his neighbourhood. Graeme’s writing is available on Amazon, iTunes, Audible, Smashwords and Kindle Direct Publishing in paperback, e-book and audio formats. Several Ottawa bookstores sell his work. In May 2018, Graeme completed an exciting political thriller novella entitled The Canadian Operative. He has also written the e-book 64 Thoughts About Real Estate, Business, Culture and Technology from a Canadian Faith Perspective.

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