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September/October 2003
Vol. 35, no. 5
ISSN 1492-4676

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Marie Tremaine Medal:
Call for Nominations

The Marie Tremaine Medal is awarded by the Bibliographical Society of Canada for outstanding service to Canadian bibliography and for distinguished publication in either English or French in that field. The medal may be awarded in 2004, preferably to a member of the Society and/or a Canadian citizen. Members of the Council of the Society are not eligible for the award while they are in office. Previous recipients of the Tremaine Medal have been Marie Tremaine, 1970; John Hare and Jean-Pierre Wallot, 1973; Bruce Braden Peel, 1975; William F.E. Morley, 1977; Reginald Eyre Watters, 1979; Olga Bernice Bishop, 1981; Alan F. J. Artibise, 1983; Douglas Grant Lochhead, 1985; Agnes Cecilia O'Dea, 1987; Sandra Alston, 1988; Gloria Strathearn, 1989; Claude Galarneau, 1990; Patricia Fleming, 1992; Joan Winearls, 1993; Paul Aubin, 1994; Ernie Ingles, 1996; Carl Spadoni, 1999; Bertrum H. MacDonald, 2000; and Yvan Lamonde, 2001.

The Tremaine Medal Committee now invites nominations for this award. Each nomination must be supported by a biographical note, a list of principal publications, and other relevant information. Complete documentation should be sent by 31 January 2004 to: Chair, Tremaine Medal Committee, Bibliographical Society of Canada, c/o Ruth Panofsky, Department of English, Ryerson University, 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3. E-mail: panofsky@ryerson.ca. E-mail nominations must be followed up by a file of written documentation.