|Born||September 9, 1949|
|Occupation||Author, historian, educator|
|Alma mater||University of Toronto, York University|
|Genres||Sports, history, environment|
|Subjects||Baseball, soccer, environment, history|
|Member of the Canadian|
|Baseball Hall of Fame|
William Arthur Humber(born September 9, 1949 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian sports historian, author, journalist, environmentalist, and educator.
Humber was born in Toronto, Ontario. He earned a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Toronto in 1972, and a master's degree in environmental studies from York University in 1975. Humber began working at Seneca College in 1977, where he served as a department chair, and the director of Eco-Seneca Initiatives, the college's department devoted to environmental educational initiatives. He retired in December 2018.
Humber is the author of 12 books on baseball, sports, the environment, and his hometown of Bowmanville, Ontario.
Humber currently serves as a selector for the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, and was a selector for Canada's Sports Hall of Fame and the Clarington Sports Hall of Fame. In 1989, he was a subject specialist at the Royal Ontario Museum for an exhibit on baseball. Humber was inducted in the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame on June 16, 2018. He was appointed a member of the Order of Canada in 2021.