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In Canada, the 1951 Governor General's Awards for Literary Merit were the fifteenth such awards. The awards in this period had no monetary prize and were just an honour for the authors.


  • Fiction: Morley Callaghan, The Loved and the Lost.
  • Poetry or Drama: Charles Bruce, The Mulgrave Road.
  • Non-Fiction: Josephine Phelan, The Ardent Exile.
  • Non-Fiction: Frank MacKinnon, The Government of Prince Edward Island.
  • Juvenile: John F. Hayes, A Land Divided.

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