Canadian Poet Laureate from the Confederation Poets and known for such works as Songs from Vagabondia and Low Tide in Grand Pre. He was the 1928 receiver of the Royal Culture of Canada’s Lorne Pierce Medal. He examined at the School of New Brunswick, Oxford School, the School of Edinburgh, and Harvard School. He was a supporter of Unitrinianism (never to end up being baffled with Unitarianism), that was a school of thought that handled aligning brain, body and heart and conquering the physical and religious imbalances due to an urbanized globe. He fulfilled Mary Perry Ruler in 1896; she became his literary patron and periodic fan. He was linked to Ralph Waldo Emerson on his mother’s aspect.