Robert Dickson (writer)
Dickson formerly worked as a professor for le Département d'études françaises et de traduction (Department of French Studies and Translation) at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario. He won the Governor General's Award for French language poetry in 2002, for his book Humains paysages en temps de paix relative ("Human Landscapes in Times of Relative Peace").
Dickson also wrote songs for the Franco-Ontarian folk rock group CANO in the 1970s. He also translated both French and English literary works, including English translations of works by Jean-Marc Dalpé and French translations of works by Tomson Highway.
"Si je peux poser quelques pierre blanches
pour baliser le sentier à inventer,de valable avec ma vie." — Robert Dickson 
je ne serais que très content,
croyant que j'ai ainsi fait quelque chose
- "Franco-Ontarian poet Robert Dickson dies. CBC News, March 20, 2007.
- "Robert Dickson wins the 2002 Governor General’s Literary Awards". Laurentian University, November 12, 2002.
- Radio-Canada: Robert Dickson n'est plus
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