- "Woman Driver, 32, Found to Be Male". The Globe and Mail. June 16, 1962.
- "Man Dressed as Woman: Lawyer, Magistrate in Conflict". The Globe and Mail. July 21, 1962.
- "Dressed as Woman, Man Acquitted, Sobs". The Globe and Mail. Sept 7, 1962.
- "Dressed as Woman, Man goes on Trial". The Globe and Mail. Feb 8, 1963.
- "All-Male Jury Acquits Driver in June Death". The Globe and Mail. Feb 12, 1963.
- "Identity Concealed: Sex-change surgery is first for Canada". The Globe and Mail. April 23, 1970.
- Kathleen Rex. "Canada's first sex-swapper asks for understanding: Doctor sees day coming when transplants will enable fathers to become mothers". The Globe and Mail. Sept 16, 1970.
- Dianna as told to Felicity Cochrane, with an Introduction by Leo Wollman. Behold, I Am a Woman. New York: Pyramid Books, 1972.
- "Dianna: Canada's first sex change patient". All About Women. With host: Margo Lane; guest: Dianna Boileau. CBC 11 mins May 29, 1972. www.cbc.ca/archives/entry/dianna-canadas-first-sex-change-patient.
Dianna seems to have been a bit naughty and practiced time compression in her autobiography. She states that in 1962, the time of the trial, she was 15 years younger than Rosemary who was about to turn 40, which would have made her 24. In addition the book leaves the impression that she was one year in Calgary and less in Edmonton, and my mental image while reading it was that she was in her early twenties when the car accident happened. However the Globe and Mail articles on her trial state that Dianna was 32 and Rosemary 45. Hence Dianna must have been born in 1930, and will be 80 now.
Dr Wollman is an unreliable narrator as we know from his movie, Let Me Die a Woman, and his prediction of organ transplants so that trans women can have babies, is the same nonsense that he spouts in the 1978 film. Ten years from 1970 is 1980. We are 30 years further on and it is still not likely.
If the Clarke GIC had continued the personal service that it gave to Dianna, it would have a much better reputation.