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BOOKS, ARTICLES AND OTHER RESOURCES BY AND ABOUT CANADIAN GOVERNORS GENERAL

Vincent Massey

  1. ______, "Canada seats one of its own. Commoner Massey follows 17 peers", Life, vol. 32, March 10, 1952, p. 38.
  2. ______, "'At Home' with Massey", Life, vol. 32, Mar. 24, 1952, p. 53.
  3. Bissell, Claude T., The Imperial Canadian: Vincent Massey in Office, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1986, 361 p.
  4. Bissell, Claude T., The Young Vincent Massey, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981, 270 p.
  5. Canada, Royal Commission on National Development in the Arts, Letters and Sciences, Report, 1949-1951, Ottawa: King's Printer, 1951, 517 p. [Available in French as Canada, Commission royale d'enquête sur l'avancement des arts, lettres et sciences, Rapport, 1949-1951, Ottawa : Impr. du Roi, 1951, 596 p.
  6. Faught, Brad, "The House is Where the Heart is", University of Toronto Magazine, Autumn 1999. (Article on University of Toronto's Hart House, founded by Vincent Massey. Article is available on-line at www.magazine.utoronto.ca)
  7. Granatstein, J.L., "On Vincent Massey," Canadian Forum, vol. 47, February, 1968, p. 246.
  8. Massey, Vincent, What's Past Is Prologue: The Memoirs of the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, C.H., Toronto: Macmillan, 1963, 540 p.
  9. Massey, Vincent, On Being Canadian, Toronto: Dent, 1948.
  10. Massey, Vincent, Confederation on the March, Toronto: Macmillan, 1965, 101 p.
  11. National Film Board, Vincent Massey, 1959, 55 minutes. (The Rt. Hon. Vincent Massey is interviewed in this film by journalist Blair Fraser.)
  12. Senior, Hereward, "The cultural vocation of Vincent Massey," Monarchy Canada, vol. 10, Spring, 1982, p. 8-9.

Georges Vanier

  1. __________, "The Governor-General," Time (Canadian edition), vol. 74, September 21, 1959, p. 16-17.
  2. __________, "A great Canadian dies", World Affairs, vol. 32, April, 1967, p. 12.
  3. __________, "A message from the Governor-General on The Canadian Conference on the Family, June, 1964", Canadian Welfare, vol. 40, May-June, 1964, p. 96-97.
  4. Bertrand, Luc, Georges Vanier, Montreal: Lidec, 1993, 62 p.
  5. Cowley, Deborah and George Cowley, One woman's journey: a portrait of Pauline Vanier, Ottawa: Novalis, 1992, 175 p.
  6. Cowley, Deborah, ed., Georges Vanier, Soldier: The Wartime Letters and Diaries, 1915-1919, Toronto: Dundern Press, 2000.
  7. Ketchum, Carleton J., "The Vaniers, a day in the life of a Governor General, Monetary Times, vol. 128, March, 1960.
  8. National Archives of Canada, "Georges Vanier and the Last Hundred Days of the War", available online at www.archives.ca.
  9. National Archives of Canada, "Victory speech of General Georges Vanier, France, May 11, 1945, available online at www.archives.ca.
  10. National Film Board, "Georges P. Vanier: Soldier, Diplomat, Governor General," 1960, 29 minutes. (documentary film) [in French: Georges-P. Vanier : soldat, diplomate, gouverneur général]
  11. Pearson, L.B., "Canada's tribute to Governor-General Vanier", External Affairs, vol. 19, March, 1967, p. 74-75.
  12. Rayburn, A., "Vanier: places honouring an illustrious statesman," Canadian Geographic, vol. 113, September/October, 1993, p. 74-75.
  13. Redford, R.W., "How the Governor-General fills his day," Saturday Night, vol. 75, July 9, 1960, p. 12-14.
  14. Speaight, Robert William, Vanier: soldier, diplomat and Governor General, Toronto: Collins, 1970, 488 p. [in French: "Georges P. Vanier, soldat, diplomate et gouverneur général," Montréal: Fides, 1972, 530 p.]
  15. Vanier, Georges Philias, "Aux familles du Québec", Relations, no 305, mai 1966, p. 129-30.
  16. Vanier, Georges Philias, Un Canadien parle aux Français, Alger: Charlot, 1944, 43 p.
  17. Vanier, Georges Philias, Paroles de guerre, Montréal: Beauchemin, 1944, 148 p.
  18. Vanier, Jean, In weakness, strength: the spiritual sources of Georges P. Vanier, Toronto: Griffin House, 1969, 66 p.
  19. Vanier, Thérèse, "My unforgettable father," Reader's Digest, vol.114, May, 1979, p. 212-216.

Roland Michener

  1. ________, "Governor General: saying goodbye", Time (Canadian edition), vol. 103, January 21, 1974, p. 4-5.
  2. ________, "New Governor General," World Affairs, vol. 32, May-June, 1967, p. 16-17.
  3. _________, "Interview of the Rt. Hon. Roland Michener conducted July 10, 1976 by Peter Stursberg", Ottawa: Library of Parliament, 1976, 76 p.
  4. _________, "Interview of the Rt. Hon. Roland Michener conducted January 17th, March 17 and July 24, 1979 and March 3, 1984, by Peter Stursberg", Ottawa: Library of Parliament, 1979-1984, 4 pts.
  5. _________, "Political Memoirs (CHRO)", January 13, 1992. (Interview with the Rt. Hon. Roland Michener.)
  6. Fulton, E. Kaye, "The Passage of an Age," Maclean's, vol. 104 no. 33, August 19, 1991, p. 17.
  7. Meyer, Rean. "The Michener Legacy: Canada's Last ViceRoy", Monarchy Canada, vol. 17 no. 4, Autumn, 1991, p. 10, 12.
  8. Rayburn, Alan, "A Mountain for Michener, a Lake for Léger", Canadian Geographic, vol. 111, no. 3, June, 1991, p. 92.
  9. Rohr, Joan Michener and Terence Heath, Memories of a Governor General's daughter, Toronto: Bedford House Publishing, 1990, 128 p.
  10. Stursberg, Peter, Roland Michener: the last viceroy, Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1989, 238 p.

Jules Léger

  1. ________, "The Governor General: swift recovery," Time (Canadian edition), vol. 103, June 124, 1974, p. 9.
  2. Beaulieu, Paul, "Jules Léger, 1913-1980," Déliberations de la Société royale du Canada, no 19, 4e série, 1981, p. 113-117.
  3. Léger, Jules, Jules Léger: gouverneur général du Canada, 1974-1979: textes et réfléxions sur le Canada, Montréal : la Presse, 1982.
  4. Léger, Jules, Jules Léger: Governor General of Canada 1974-1979: a selection of his writings on Canada, Montreal: la Presse, 1982.
  5. Léger, Jules, Le Canada français et son expression littéraire, Paris: Nizet et Bastard, 1938, 211 p.
  6. Léger, Jules, "Jean Dallaire à Venice," Vie des arts, vol. 25, printemps, 1981, p. 42-44.
  7. Léger, Jules, Jules Léger parle, Montréal : L'Hexagone, 1989, 80 p.
  8. Léger, Jules, "Memories of my father," Reader's Digest (Canadian edition), vol. 111, December, 1978, p. 53-58.
  9. Léger, Jules, "A particularly brilliant reign," Monarchy Canada, vol. 7 September 1977, p. 4-5.
  10. MacGregor, R. "Silent grace of Jules Léger," Maclean's, vol. 91, December 18, 1978, p. 20-21.
  11. Poliquin, Jean-Marc, "S.E. Jules Léger, vice-roi du Canada," Actualité, vol. 14, mars, 1974, p. 10-11.
  12. Rayburn, Alan, "A Mountain for Michener, a Lake for Léger", Canadian Geographic, vol. 111, no. 3, June, 1991, p. 92.
  13. White, C.A., "New Governor General: man for all Canadians," Canada & the World, vol. 39, February, 1974, p. 8-9.

Edward Schreyer

  1. ______, Canada: the great experiment (Part 7), TVO, February 24, 1982. (Series on government. Sir John A. MacDonald tries to understand the new roles of the Speaker, the Senate and the Governor General and why they have allowed their authority to be eroded by law, custom and choice. Guests include Jeanne Sauvé and Edward Schreyer.)
  2. _______, Global Newsmakers, Global, May 13, 1984. (Interview with former Governor General Edward Schreyer about his past five years and the role of the Governor General.)
  3. ______, "Edward Richard Schreyer," World Affairs, vol. 35, January, 1970, p. 4.
  4. _______, Sur la sellette, TVA, 26 mars, 1983. (Edward Schreyer s'entretient avec Simon Noël de ses fonctions de Gouverneur général).
  5. Benesh, Peter, "Schreyer's new career," Maclean's, vol. 99, May 12, 1986, p. 8
  6. Carlyle-Gordge, P., "Schreyers move on - eastwards and upwards," Maclean's, vol. 92, January 22, 1979, p. 18.
  7. Dean, Loral, "Ed Schreyer: a plain man in a fancy place," Reader's Digest, vol. 120, May 1982.
  8. Istona, M., "Let them eat cabbage roles," Chatelaine, vol. 52, February, 1979, p. 2.
  9. Labreche, J., "Populism to pomp: 'Ed Baby' moves into Rideau Hall," Maclean's, vol. 92, February 5, 1979, p. 15.
  10. Mowat, Claire, Pomp and circumstances, Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1989, 311 p.
  11. Schreyer, Edward R., "Reflections of the Governor General," Language and Society n. 10, Summer, 1983, p. 35-37.
  12. Timson, J., "From the cabbage patch to Rideau Hall," Maclean's 91, December 18, 1978, p. 18-21.

Jeanne Sauvé

  1. ______, "La cage d'argent de Jeanne Sauvé, Actualité, vol. 10, septembre, 1985, p. 18.
  2. ______, Canada: the great experiment (Part 7 and 13), TVO, February 24 and April 14, 1982. (Series on government. Part 7: Sir John A. MacDonald tries to understand the new roles of the Speaker, the Senate and the Governor General and why they have allowed their authority to be eroded by law, custom and choice. Guests include Jeanne Sauvé and Edward Schreyer. Part 13: The program looks at the future of Canada and what the country might be like in another 100 years. Guests include Jeanne Sauvé.)
  3. ______, Global Newsmakers, Global, June 3, 1984. (Interview with Governor General Sauvé).
  4. ______, The Journal, CBC, May 14, 1984. (A short history and analysis of the role of the Governor General, including an interview with the Rt. Hon. Jeanne Sauvé.)
  5. _____, Le Point, Radio-Canada, 27 janvier, 1993. (This special program shows an interview with the Right Honourable Jeanne Sauvé shortly before her death, followed by comments by friends and colleagues.)
  6. ______, Question Period, CTV, December 31, 1989. (The Rt. Hon. Jeanne Sauvé discusses the role of the Governor General in Canadian politics and bilingualism.)
  7. ______, Sauvé, Jeanne, TQS, 18 décembre, 1988. (The Rt. Hon. Jeanne Sauvé discusses her carreer as Member of Parliament, Minister, Speaker of the House of Commons and Governor General.)
  8. ______, Scully Rencontre, Radio-Canada, 3 novembre, 1991. (Jeanne Sauvé discute de la culture française, la religion, la qualité de l'éducation au Québec et de ses carrières comme journaliste, députée, minstre, présidente de la Chambre des communes, et gouverneur général.)
  9. ______, Sur la colline, TVA, 24 octobre, 1987. (he Rt. Hon. Jeanne Sauvé discusses the role and duties of the Governor general of Canada.)
  10. Armstrong, Sally, "Sauvé savvy: is the secret of her success power or personality?", Canadian Living, vol. 13, no. 1, Jan. 23, 1988, p. 40-46.
  11. Bombardier, Denise, "Jeanne Sauvé: une sereine ascension", Châtelaine, vol. 26, no 6, juin 1985, p. 64-71.
  12. Deschênes, Jules, "Jeanne Sauvé 1922-1993", Proceedings of the Royal Society of Canada/ Délibérations de la Société royale du Canada, Vol. IV, Sixth series, 1993, p. 120-122.
  13. Doutrelant, Pierre-Marie, "La reine de coeur", Express, vol. 1887, 11 septembre, 1987, p. 54-55.
  14. Downey, Donn, "A woman of first achievements", Globe and Mail, Jan. 27, 1993, p. A1-A2.
  15. Échiquier fédéral, CF, 10 décembre, 1987. (The Hon. Jean-Luc Pépin explains the role and duties of the Governor General. Includes an interview with Jeanne Sauvé.)
  16. Goar, Carol, "The First Lady," Maclean's, vol. 97, January 9, 1984, p. 8-10.
  17. Greenwood, Barbara, Jeanne Sauvé, Markham, Ont.: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1988, 48 p.
  18. Hay, John, "A glittering occasion," Maclean's, vol. 97, May 28, 1984, p. 18-19.
  19. Laplante, Norman, "Au service de la nation," Archivist, vol. 17, mai-juin, 1990, p. 2-4.
  20. Lisée, Jean-François, "Jeanne Sauvé : Vive la république?" L'Actualité, vol. 19, no 3, 1er mars 1993, p. 12.
  21. McTeer, Maureen, "Another first for Jeanne Sauvé," Chatelaine, vol. 57, September 1984, p. 44.
  22. Mollins, Carl, "Quiet Revolutionary: Jeanne Sauvé, a lifelong believer in Canada," Maclean's, vol. 106 no. 6, February 8, 1993, p. 17.
  23. Robitaille, Louis-Bernard, Mme Jeanne Sauvé, gouverneur général, Toronto: Conmac Publications, 1984.
  24. Toffoli, Garry, "The Queen's First Canadian Vicereine," Monarchy Canada, vol. 12, no. 1, Winter/Spring, 1984, p. 4.
  25. Woods, Shirley E., Her excellency Jeanne Sauvé, Halifax: Goodread Biographies, 1987, 242 p. [published in French under title: Une femme au sommet, son excellence Jeanne Sauvé, Traduit de l'anglais par Jacques Constantin, Montréal : Éditions de l'Homme, 1986, 269 p.]

Ramon Hnatyshyn

  1. ______, "'Bittersweet' memories: Ramon Hnatyshyn hands the keys of Rideau Hall to Roméo LeBlanc", Maclean's, vol. 108, no. 7, February 13, 1995, p. 26.
  2. ______, The Journal, CBC, January 30, 1990. (Interview with the new Governor General, the Rt. Hon. Ramon Hnatyshyn.)
  3. ______, Question Period, CTV, April 2, 1990. (Interview with the Governor General, the Rt. Hon. Ramon Hnatyshyn.)
  4. _______, Sunday Edition, CTV, January 2, 1994 (Includes interview with the Rt. Hon. Ramon Hnatyshyn on his life as Governor General.)
  5. Bousfield, Arthur, "A new Governor-General", Monarchy Canada, vol. 16, no. 2, Winter, 1990, p. 3-4.
  6. Clark, Marc, "The Queen's Man: the choice of Ramon Hnatyshyn as Canada's Royal representative has won high praise," Maclean's 102, no. 42 (October 16, 1989), p. 16-17.
  7. Clark, Marc, "A question of style: a new viceroy brings charm to Rideau Hall", Maclean's, vol. 103, no. 6, February, 1990, p. 16.
  8. Gordon, Charles, "Seeking a role for the Queen's man", Maclean's, vol. 103, no. 7, February 12, 1990, p. 17.
  9. Hnatyshyn, Gerda and Paulette Lachapelle-Bélisle, Rideau Hall: Canada's living heritage, Vanier, Ont.: Friends of Rideau Hall, 1994, 148 p. [in French: Rideau Hall : témoin vivant de notre histoire, Vanier, Ont. : Amis de Rideau Hall, 1994, 148 p.]
  10. Mohr, Merilyn Simonds, "The people's palace," Equinox, vol. 12, no. 6, November, 1993, p. 56-65.

Roméo LeBlanc

  1. ______, "Roméo LeBlanc, lion tamer", Globe and Mail, August 21, 1999.
  2. ______, "PM to name replacement for LeBlanc today," Globe and Mail, September 8, 1999
  3. ______, "'Bittersweet' memories: Ramon Hnatyshyn hands the keys of Rideau Hall to Roméo LeBlanc", Maclean's, vol. 108, no. 7, February 13, 1995, p. 26.
  4. Caragata, Warren, "A voice for unity: Canada's first Acadian Governor General takes office," Maclean's, vol. 108, Feb 20, 1995 , p. 16.
  5. Chisholm, P., "Pomp and ceremony: the Governor General could exercise real powers," Maclean's, vol. 112, no. 38, p. 22
  6. L'Blanc, Roméo, Installation of the Governor General of Canada, February 8, 1995/Installation du gouverneur général du Canada, le 8 février, 1995, Ottawa: Canadian Heritage, 1995, 11 p.
  7. MacDonald, David, "Nobs of Rideau Hall", Reader's Digest (Canadian edition), vol. 147, no. 879, p. 36-40.
  8. Archives of the mandate of the Right Honourable Roméo LeBlanc: www.gg.ca.

Adrienne Clarkson

  1. _____, "Choosing a Canadian," Globe and Mail, September 9, 1999.
  2. _____, "View from Rideau Hall," Maclean's, vol. 112, no. 52, January 1, 2000.
  3. _____, "Sovereigns and senators," Globe and Mail, June 5, 2000.
  4. Benoit, Paul, "Job for Mrs. (Adrienne) Clarkson", Policy Options politiques, vol. 20, no. 9, November 1999, p. 75-76.
  5. Fraser, Graham, "Reaction generally positive to Clarkson appointment" Globe and Mail, September 9, 1999. (available online at www.fact.on.ca)
  6. Gosine, Andil, "Presenting Adrienne Clarkson," Canadian Woman Studies, vol. 20, no. 2, Summer 2000, p. 6-10.
  7. Janigan, Mary, "Adrienne (Clarkson)'s Ottawa: will the new governor general settle for a ceremonial role?", Maclean's, vol. 112, no. 38, September 20, 1999, p. 18-21.
  8. Lewis, Robert, "Who says the GG has to be boring?", Maclean's, vol. 112, no. 38, September 20, 1999, p. 2.
  9. McIlroy, Anne, "Canada's Governor General", Globe and Mail, September 9, 1999.
  10. McIlroy, Anne, "Canada greets Clarkson at last: once turned away as a refugee, new Governor General is heralded on Parliament Hill," Globe and Mail, October 8, 1999.
  11. Salutin, Rick, "Media: Clarkson defies stereotypes," Globe and Mail, October 14, 1999. Simpson, Jeffrey, "Two-headed Governor-General", Globe and Mail, September 9, 1999.
  12. Main web site of the Governor General: www.gg.ca.

BOOKS AND RESOURCES ABOUT RIDEAU HALL

  1. Hnatyshyn, Gerda and Paulette Lachapelle-Bélisle, Rideau Hall: Canada's living heritage, Vanier, Ont.: Friends of Rideau Hall, 1994, 148 p. [in French: Rideau Hall : témoin vivant de notre histoire, Vanier, Ont. : Amis de Rideau Hall, 1994, 148 p.]
  2. Hubbard, R.H., Rideau Hall: An illustrated history of Government House, Ottawa, from Victorian times to present day, Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1977, 282 p. [en français: Rideau Hall : histoire illustrée de la Résidence du gouverneur général à Ottawa depuis l'époque victorienne jusqu'à nos jours, Montréal : McGill-Queen's University Press, avec la collaboration de la Résidence du gouverneur général du Canada, 1979, 284 p.]
  3. Mohr, Merilyn Simonds, "Cinq étoiles pour Rideau Hall," Sélection du Reader's Digest, vol. 565, juillet, 1994, p. 79-83
  4. Mohr, Merilyn Simonds, "Rideau Hall: the people's palace," Reader's Digest, vol. 144, no. 865, May 1994, p. 51-55.

GOVERNMENT IN CANADA AND THE ROLE OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL

  1. _____, "Canada's Crown: Cornerstone of Confederation", Monarchy Canada, vol. 17, no. 2, March 1991, p., 17-21.
  2. Allen, G., "The queen's eroding role," Maclean's, vol. 105, June 15, 1992, p. 32.
  3. Atkinson, Edward, "The Governor General's flag," Archivist, vol. 17, no. 1, Jan-Feb., 1990, p. 22-23.
  4. Beaudoin, Gérald A., La Constitution du Canada : institutions, partage des pouvoirs, droits et libertés, Montréal : Wilson & Lafleur, 1990, 987 p.
  5. Canada, Oaths of installation of the Governor General, Hull: Protocol Section, Secretary of State, 1979, 2 p.
  6. Canada, Laws, Statutes, etc., Governor General's Act, RSC 1985, c. G-9, RSC 1985, c. 50 (1st Supp.), s. 1-2, SC 1990, c.5.
  7. Canada, Lois, statuts, etc., Loi sur le gouverneur Général, SRC 1985, ch. G-9, SRC 1985, ch. 50 (1er Suppl.), art. 1-2, SC 1990, ch.5.
  8. Canada, Laws, Statutes, etc., Letters patent constituting the office of Governor General of Canada, effective October 1, 1947, Ottawa: King's Printer, 1947, 12 p.
  9. Canada, Lois, statuts, etc., Lettres patentes constituant la charge de gouverneur général du Canada, applicables à partir de ler octobre, 1947, Ottawa : Impr. du Roi, 1951, 14 p.
  10. Dawson, R. MacGregor and W.F. Dawson, Democratic government in Canada, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 5th ed., 1989, Revised by Norman Ward.
  11. Échiquier fédéral, CF, 10 décembre, 1987. (L'honorable Jean-Luc Pépin présente le rôle et les fonctions du gouverneur général. Comprend une entrevue avec Jeanne Sauvé.)
  12. Forsey, Eugene A, How Canadians govern themselves, 3rd ed., Ottawa: Public Information Office, 1991, 51 p.
  13. Forsey, Eugene A., Les Canadiens et leur système de gouvernement, 3e édition, Ottawa : Service d'information publique, 1991, 57 p.
  14. "Le gouverner général," dans Fraser, John A., La Chambre des communes en action, Montréal: Éditions de la Chenelière, 1993, pp. 7-10.
  15. Lordon, Paul, La Couronne en droit canadien, Cowansville : Éditions Yvon Blais, 1992, 812 p.
  16. Mallory, J.R., The Structure of Canadian Government, Toronto: Gage Educational Publishing Company, Revised Edition, 1989.
  17. Monet, Jacques, The Canadian Crown, Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1979, 95 p.
  18. Monet, Jacques, La Monarchie au Canada, Montréal : Cercle du livre de France, 1979, 96 p.
  19. National Film Board, "The Unbroken Line", 1979, 29 minutes. (a historical survey of the office of the Governor General, from its inception through the inauguration of Edward Schreyer.) [available in French as"La Noble Lignée"]
  20. O'Hara, Jane, "Hark, the herald signs," Maclean's, vol. 101, no. 26, June 20, 1988, p. 13.
  21. Pepall, John, "Who is the Governor-General?", Monarchy Canada, vol. 16, no. 4, Autumn 1990, p. 8-13.
  22. "The Governor General," in Fraser, John A., The House of Commons at work, Montréal: Éditions de la Chenelière, 1993, pp. 7-10.
  23. See also the main site of the Governor General at www.gg.ca.

ONLINE RESOURCES AND LINKS

PORTRAITS AND PHOTOS

  1. Vincent Massey - Canada's Digital Collections
  2. Georges Vanier: Canada's Digital Collections
  3. Roland Michener: Canada's Digital Collections, Harry Palmer Gallery
  4. Jules Léger: Canada's Digital Collections
  5. Edward Schreyer: Harry Palmer Gallery
  6. Jeanne Sauvé: Canada's Digital Collections, Harry Palmer Gallery
  7. Ramon Hnatyshyn: Harry Palmer Gallery (Note, caption is outdated)
  8. Roméo LeBlanc: www.gg.ca: Archives
  9. Adrienne Clarkson: www.gg.ca: Archives

AWARDS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOUNDED BY OR ASSOCIATED WITH CANADIAN GOVERNORS GENERAL

  1. The Massey Commission
    The Massey Lectures
  2. The Vanier Institute of the Family
    The Vanier Cup
    The Vanier Medal
  3. The Michener Awards Foundation
    Order of Canada
  4. Jules Léger Prize for New Chamber Music
  5. Governor General's Award in Commemoration of the Persons Case
  6. Jeanne Sauvé Award
  7. Ramon John Hnatyshyn Award for Law
    Governor General's Performing Arts Awards
  8. Caring Canadian Award
    Governor General's Award for Excellence in Teaching Canadian History
    Governor General's Visual and Media Arts Awards
  9. The Governor General’s Northern Medal
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