"The acclaimed journalist and bestselling author of Bones: Discovering the First Americans, Elaine Dewar has won multiple National Magazine Awards, and has been nominated for the Canadian Science Writers' Association award. She lives in Toronto." 
After writing an article in 1987, which later became her first book Absolute Trust: The Reichmanns Rise to Wealth and Power, a $102-million libel suit was launched against Toronto Life magazine and Elaine by the Reichmanns. "The matter was settled out of court and to the Reichmanns’ satisfaction three years later." 
For further details on Elaines approach to journalism, see Maxine Ruvinsky's book Investigative Reporting In Canada (Oxford University Press, 2007), Chapter 14 "Conversations with Canadian journalists Julian Sher, Cecil Rosner, Elaine Dewar, David McKie".
- Absolute Trust: The Reichmanns Rise to Wealth and Power (Random House, 1989).
- Cloak of Green: The Links between Key Environmental Groups, Government and Big Business (Lorimer, 1995). (Includes a lengthy critique of Maurice Strong.) - in 2007 the book was published in Portuguese in Brazil. (Reviews)
- Bones: Discovering the First Americans (Random House of Canada, 2004). (Published in the US by Carroll & Graf) - was nominated for the Kiryama Prize, and won an award from the Canadian Archaeological Association (its prize for public communication).
- The Second Tree: Stem Cells, Clones, Chimeras, and Quests for Immortality  (Random House of Canada, 2005). (Published in the US by Carroll & Graf) - awarded the Pearson Prize for literary nonfiction, which is one of the most prestigious non fiction prizes in Canada ( now called the Nereus).
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- ↑ Author Spotlight, Random House, accessed October 15, 2008.
- ↑ The Reichmanns: Family, Faith, Fortune, and the Empire of Olympia & York, Quill and Quire, accessed October 15, 2008.