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Born in Altona, Manitoba in 1954, Gerhard John Ens grew up and was edu­ cated in Gretna, Manitoba, graduating

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from the Mennonite Collegiate Institute

in 1973.

His post-secondary education was obtained at the University of Manitoba where he received his B.A. and M.A. degrees in history. He is presently com­ pleting his Ph.D. in Western Canadian history at the University of Alberta.

Gerhard has previousl y worked for the Manitoba Department of Historical Resources and Cultural Affairs and he has published articles on the Manitoba Metis, the Hutterites in Canada and the history of Mennonite mental health care in Manitoba.