Izaak-Walton-Killam Award

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The Izaak-Walton-Killam Award was established according to the last wishes of Dorothy J. Killam to honour the memory of her husband Izaak Walton Killam.

Five Killam Prizes, each having a value of $100,000, are annually awarded by the Canada Council to eminent Canadian researchers who distinguish themselves in the fields of social, human, natural, or health sciences.

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