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Awarded for the first time in 1991, the Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-Fiction has recognized compelling books ranging from memoirs to biographies to a personal account of Canadians at War. Many of the recipients have gone on to be highly renowned and well-recognized members of Canada's impressive literary scene.
2015: Lynn Thomson, Birding with Yeats: A Memoir
2014: Arno Kopecky, The Oil Man and the Sea
2013: Carol Shaben, Into the Abyss
2012: Joshua Knelman, Hot Art
2011: Helen Waldstein Wilkes, Letters from the Lost