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1994 Governor General's Awards

Each winner of the 1994 Governor General's Awards for Literary Merit received $10 000 and a medal from the Governor General of Canada. The winners were selected by a panel of judges set up by the Canada Council for the Arts.

Contents

  • English Language 1
    • Fiction 1.1
    • Poetry 1.2
    • Drama 1.3
    • Non-Fiction 1.4
    • Children's Literature – Text 1.5
    • Children's Literature – Illustration 1.6
    • Translation (from French to English) 1.7
  • French Language 2
    • Fiction 2.1
    • Poetry 2.2
    • Drama 2.3
    • Non-Fiction 2.4
    • Children's Literature – Text 2.5
    • Children's Literature – Illustration 2.6
    • Translation (from English to French) 2.7

English Language

Fiction

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Drama

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Non-Fiction

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  • Sharon Butala, The Perfection of the Morning: An Apprenticeship in Nature
  • Denise Chong, The Concubine's Children: Portrait of a Family
  • Joan Haggerty, The Invitation: A Memoir of Family Love and Reconciliation
  • Peter Larisey, Light for a Cold Land: Lawren Harris's Work and Life-An Interpretation

Children's Literature – Text

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Children's Literature – Illustration

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Translation (from French to English)

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  • Donald Winkler, The Lyric Generation: The Life and Times of the Baby Boomers

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Drama

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Non-Fiction

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Children's Literature – Text

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Children's Literature – Illustration

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Translation (from English to French)

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