Genealogists Hiding?' that Lorine McGinnis Schulze published on her blog.
I have many interests in genealogy, but most of the time I delve into emigration, land ownership and early settlers to Canada. Because of my work, I enjoy learning about maritime history, British - Royal Navy, Merchant Navy, Canadian - RCN, WRENs and anything similar. The prairies of Western Canada are also near and dear to my research. I am particularly interested in the First World War - especially the CEF Canadian Expeditionary Force and have found that Canadian War diaries are held at the National Archives. I have yet to pursue my Scandinavian roots and am keen to start uncovering that branch of the tree.
Here's a reference to lookups I will do for your research.
Lorine also interviewed a few other Canadian Genealogists listed below. Perhaps you would be surprised to discover a genealogist in your neighbourhood!
Fred Blair (War of 1812 Canadian Stories); Ruth Blair (The Passionate Genealogist);
Elise Cole (Librarians Helping Canadian Genealogists Climb Family Trees); Gail Dever (Genealogy à la Carte); Yvonne Demoskoff (Yvonne's Genealogy Blog); Allison Hare; Katherine Lake Hogan (Looking4Ancestors); Janet Iles (Janet the Researcher); Ken McKinlay (Family Tree Knots);
Brenda Dougall Merriman; Janice Nickerson (Upper Canada Genealogy); Dave Obee; John D. Reid (Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections); M. Diane Rogers (Canada Genealogy, or, 'Jane's Your Aunt');
Lorine McGinnis Schulze (Olive Tree Genealogy website and blog); Diane Lynn Tibert (Roots to the Past); Christine Woodcock (Scottish Genealogy Tips & Tricks); Glenn Wright
I have also written articles for family history societies:
From the Other Side of the Desk
Chinook (Winter, January 2015, Volume 35, Number 2) Page 10
(The Chinook is published by the Alberta Family History Society)