Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal
The Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour has been awarded annually since 1947 for the best book of humour written by a Canadian and published in the previous year.
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WINNER: Terry Fallis' No Relation
WINNER: Bill Conall's The Promised Land
Arthur Black's Fifty Shades of Black
Jane Christmas' And Then There Were Nuns: Adventures in a Cloistered Life
Wayne Johnston's Son of a Certain Woman
Steve Smith's Red Green’s Beginner’s Guide to Women
WINNER: Cassie Stocks' Dance, Gladys, Dance
WINNER: Patrick deWitt's The Sisters Brothers
Susan Juby's The Woefield Poultry Collective
Rupinder Gill's On the Outside Looking Indian
Shari Lapena's Happiness Economics
Robyn Michele Levy's Most of Me.
Practical Jean by Trevor Cole.
Beyond Belfast by Will Ferguson (2010)
Best Laid Plans by Terry Fallis FIC FALL
Secrets from the Vinyl Cafe by Stuart McLean FIC MCLEAN
Beauty Tips from Moose Jaw by Will Ferguson 917.104 FERGU
Village of Small Houses : a memoir of sorts by Ian Ferguson 971.23 FERGU
With Axe and Flask, The History of Persephone Township from Cambrian Times to the Present by Dan Needles FIC NEE
Never Stand Behind a Loaded Horse by Gordon Kirkland 818.5402 KIRKL
Letters from the Country by Marsha Boulton 630.97l3 BOU
Black in the Saddle Again by Arthur Black 817 BLA
Three Cheers for Me : the Journals of Bartholomew Bandy - Volume 1 by Donald Jack FIC JAC
Jake and the Kid by W.O. Mitchell FIC MIT
Sarah Binks by Paul Hiebert HIE-GEN