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Governor General's Award for English-language poetry

This is a list of recipients and nominees of the Governor General's Awards award for English-language poetry. The award was created in 1981 when the Governor General's Award for English language poetry or drama was divided.[1]

Winners and nominees

Year Winner Nominated
1981 File:Blueribbon icon.png F.R. Scott, The Collected Poems of F.R. Scott
1982 File:Blueribbon icon.png Phyllis Webb, The Vision Tree: Selected Poems
1983 File:Blueribbon icon.png David Donnell, Settlements
1984 File:Blueribbon icon.png Paulette Jiles, Celestial Navigation
1985 File:Blueribbon icon.png Fred Wah, Waiting for Saskatchewan
1986 File:Blueribbon icon.png Al Purdy, The Collected Poems of Al Purdy
1987 File:Blueribbon icon.png Gwendolyn MacEwen, Afterworlds
1988 File:Blueribbon icon.png Erin Mouré, Furious
1989 File:Blueribbon icon.png Heather Spears, The Word for Sand
1990 File:Blueribbon icon.png Margaret Avison, No Time
1991 File:Blueribbon icon.png Don McKay, Night Field
1992 File:Blueribbon icon.png Lorna Crozier, Inventing the Hawk
1993 File:Blueribbon icon.png Don Coles, Forests of the Medieval World
1994 File:Blueribbon icon.png Robert Hilles, Cantos from a Small Room
1995 File:Blueribbon icon.png Anne Szumigalski, Voice
1996 File:Blueribbon icon.png E. D. Blodgett, Apostrophes: Woman at a Piano
1997 File:Blueribbon icon.png Dionne Brand, Land to Light On
1998 File:Blueribbon icon.png Stephanie Bolster, White Stone: The Alice Poems
1999 File:Blueribbon icon.png Jan Zwicky, Songs for Relinquishing the Earth
2000 File:Blueribbon icon.png Don McKay, Another Gravity
2001 File:Blueribbon icon.png George Elliott Clarke, Execution Poems
2002 File:Blueribbon icon.png Roy Miki, Surrender
2003 File:Blueribbon icon.png Tim Lilburn, Kill-site
2004 File:Blueribbon icon.png Roo Borson, Short Journey Upriver Toward Oishida
2005 File:Blueribbon icon.png Anne Compton, processional
2006 File:Blueribbon icon.png John Pass, Stumbling in the Bloom
2007 File:Blueribbon icon.png Don Domanski, All Our Wonder Unavenged
2008 File:Blueribbon icon.png Jacob Scheier, More to Keep Us Warm
2009 File:Blueribbon icon.png David Zieroth, The Fly in Autumn
2010 File:Blueribbon icon.png Richard Greene, Boxing the Compass
2011 File:Blueribbon icon.png Phil Hall, Killdeer
2012 File:Blueribbon icon.png Julie Bruck, Monkey Ranch
2013[2] File:Blueribbon icon.png Katherena Vermette, North End Love Songs[3]
2014[3] File:Blueribbon icon.png Arleen Paré, Lake of Two Mountains

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