1975 Governor General's Awards
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The Council established four annual Canada Council Children's Literature Prizes in 1975, two each for children's book writers and illustrators, which remained outside the "Governor General's Awards" rubric through 1986. The Governor General's Award for Literary Merit encompassed as many as 8 annual awards until expansion to 14 in 1987. For Children's Literature Prize winners 1975 to 1986, see "Children's literature" (2) and "Children's illustration" (2) in the footer navigation box.
- Fiction: Brian Moore, The Great Victorian Collection.
- Poetry or Drama: Milton Acorn, The Island Means Minago.
- Non-Fiction: Marion MacRae and Anthony Adamson, Hallowed Walls.
- Fiction: Anne Hébert, Les enfants du sabbat.
- Poetry or Drama: Pierre Perrault, Chouennes.
- Non-Fiction: Louis-Edmond Hamelin, Nordicité canadienne.
- "Canada Council Children's Literature Awards" [for English-language books].
"Canada Council Children's Literature in French Awards".
online guide to writing in canada (track0.com/ogwc). Retrieved 2015-08-06.
- "Governor General's Literary Awards" [table of winners]. online guide to writing in canada (track0.com/ogwc). Retrieved 2015-08-06.