Donner Prize for Best Book on Canadian Public Policy
Deadline: November 30, annually
Eligibility: Books published in English or French between January 1 and December 31 of previous year. Authors must be Canadian.
Value: Winner $30,000; 5 Runners-up $5,000 each.
Sponsor: Donner Canadian Foundation
394A King St. E.
Toronto, ON M5A 1K9
Description: Books may deal with any area of public policy in Canada, for example: economics, youth issues, justice, education, etc.
Further Details: Six copies of each title to be submitted by the publisher only. Annual award to be presented in May.
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