Writer, Researcher, Editor, Speaker


Liz Muir’s first published story  was in Child Life when she was 10.  It was about the marsh hens that lived in the swamp in front of their Ottawa Valley farm home. The magazine sent her $1.  Since then, she has published non-fiction stories in magazines in Canada, the United States, Australia and Great Britain. And recently, she has written non-fiction books for adults. But her goal is to write children’s books and her first three picture books have recently been published – Air-Crazy, Fascinating Stories of Canadian Women in the Air, Libres Comme L'air and Air-Crazy Too.

When she’s not writing, she’s an active volunteer with the Royal Ontario Museum, having headed the 600-strong volunteer contingent at the ROM and the international travel program there, ROMtravel. She likes gardening – her backyard was featured one year on Toronto’s “Secret Gardens” tours – she sails in summer and plays badminton in the winter when she’s not baby-sitting her three young grandkids.

And she gives thanks for her two adult children who often dig her out of trouble in computer land.

Watch for!

Women in 19th century Toronto:

from Publicans to Philanthropists

To be published in 2022 by Dundurn Press.

It tells the story of women’s work in the 19th century

in the settlement days of early Toronto.

Liz at Book City's Authors for Indies
on April 29, 2017
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Check out the photos from Liz's most recent book launch at Snap’D

A Women's History of the Christian Church is on this list!
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Writing A Women’s History of the Christian Church
Elizabeth Gillan Muir
Women Writers, Women[s] Books


MAR 18


The History of Canadian Women Pilots

Coffee, Tea & Books

7 pm

Malibu Club

Marina Del Rey Condominiums (c/o Halina Ogonek)

2267 Lake Shore Blvd




MAR 21


Feisty and Fabulous Women in the History of the Christian Church

Power Point Presentation

2 pm

Malvern Library

30 Sewells Road, TORONTO


MAR 24


Women and Children in Toronto’s Riverdale in the 1800s

Power Point Presentation

6:30-8 pm

Riverdale Toronto Public Library 

370 Broadview Ave, TORONTO


MAR 30


North York University Women’s Club

Power Point Presentation

Canadian Women in the Sky

8 pm

St Bonaventure Church Hall

1300 Leslie St,  TORONTO



APR 24


The History of Canadian Women Pilots and Other Airborne Superstars power point program

2:00 pm

Brookbanks Public Library 

210 Brookbanks Drive, TORONTO



MAY 15


Feisty and Fabulous Women in the History of the Christian Church

Power Point Presentation

1:30-2:30 pm

Mount Dennis Library

1123 Weston Road





MAY 27


Women and Children in Pioneer Riverdale 

Power Point Presentation

2:00 pm

Humber Bay Public Library

200 Park Lawn Rd






The History of Women in Aviation

Power Point Presentation

Time TBA

Beta Sigma Phi

At Tam Heather Curling Club

730 Military Trail, TORONTO


NOV 17



Feisty Women over the past 2,000 years in the Christian Church

Power Point Presentation

7:30 pm

RCYC Speaker series

Members and guests only


The History of Canadian Female Airborne Superstars

Power Point Presentation

2:30 pm

Delmanor Retirement Home

5351 Yonge St, NORTH YORK (Toronto)