Towers of Time pays homage to the construction of monumental federal buildings after Confederation. The new skyscrapers of their time, with towers and clocks, competed with the existing spires, cisterns and silos for profile on the rural skylines of Canada. Few of these buildings were constructed without some controversy. When the architectural tower trend had ended in the 1930s, Ontario was left with a legacy of more than 100 buildings.
Dr. Boileau is a biologist, teacher, entrepreneur and author, and has successfully published titles in three realms. His research publications include several efforts written as an undergraduate student, which he began after moving from his industrial executive career. One of his multimedia titles became a mainstay in high school biology throughout Canada and the US. Dr. Boileau has studied and traveled widely. He teaches at the University of Guelph.