Not to be confused with Ian Gill (British Army officer).
Ian Gill (born 1955) is an Australian-Canadian writer, filmmaker, and social entrepreneur. He now writes for The Tyee.
Born in Adelaide, Australia, he traveled extensively, first to Europe, then as a journalist based in Whyalla, Perth and Canberra before emigrating to Vancouver, Canada in 1981. In the 1980s he worked as a reporter and editor, first for the Vancouver Sun, then the CBC, where he specialized in documentaries about resource development and First Nations. In 1986-87, he spent a year in Paris as a fellow of Journalistes en Europe.
Gill was president and founder of Ecotrust Canada from 1994 to 2010, when he was appointed founding Executive Director of Ecotrust Australia. Gill served for over five years as a director of Vancity credit union.
He is the author of three books about the west coast of British Columbia including Haida Gwaii.
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Hiking on the Edge: Canada’s West Coast Trail (1995)
Haida Gwaii: Journeys Through the Queen Charlotte Islands (1997)
All That We Say Is Ours: Guujaaw and the Reawakening of the Haida Nation (2009) (Shortlisted for BC Book Prize and nominated for the Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Book Prize) 
No News Is Bad News: Canada’s Media Collapse – and What Comes Next (2016)
Confessions of an Innocent Man (writer) (2007), winner of Gemini-award for Best Biography
Other selected titles include:
Transplant Tourism (CBC) (writer) 2003
The Boys of Buchenwald (History Television) (writer) 2002
To Love, Honour and Obey (CTV) 2001
The Life and Times of Dr. Henry Morgentaler (CBC) 1999
The Dealmaker: The Life and Times of Jimmy Pattison (CBC) 1998
The Life and Times of David Suzuki (CBC) 1998
Mordecai: The Life and Times of Mordecai Richler (CBC) 1997
Whisky Man: Inside the Dynasty of Samuel Bronfman (CBC) 1996
BC Business Story
Author Bio on ABC Bookworld