Ronald Cohen, CM, MBE, is a confessed bibliophile; he has assembled bibliographically significant collections of the works of Lucy Maud Montgomery and Sir Winston Churchill. In 1998, he established the Ronald I. Cohen Lucy Maud Montgomery Collection at the National Library and has since provided LAC with five subsequent accessions of her works and related materials, and, in 2019, with an extensive collection of Governor-General John Buchan’s writings. In 2006, his definitive 3-volume Bibliography of the Writings of Sir Winston Churchill was published in London and New York. He is a Contributing Editor of Finest Hour, the journal of the International Churchill Society, and, in 2016, he edited The Heroic Memory: The Memorial Addresses to the Rt. Hon. Sir Winston Spencer Churchill Society, Edmonton, Alberta, 1990–2014. Cohen received the Farrow Award from the International Churchill Society in 2012 for his “magisterial three-volume work Bibliography of the Writings of Sir Winston Churchill,” and was recognized on Queen Elizabeth’s 2014 Birthday Honours list as a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) “for services to British history.” In November 2020, he became a Member of the Order of Canada “For his dedication to promoting and preserving literary and cultural heritage in Canada and abroad.” He is President of the Sir Winston Churchill Society of Ottawa and has served on the Friends of Library and Archives Canada’s Board since its founding in 1991, including as President from 2000–2008 and Past President since then.