Ludger-Duvernay Prize

The Ludger-Duvernay Prize is a Quebec award created in 1944 by the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society of Montreal to mark the merits of a person whose competence and influence in the literary field serve the best interests of the Quebec nation. The laureate must be a native of Quebec and considered professional in the world of letters. The prize has been awarded every three years since 1991. It was named in honor of journalist Ludger Duvernay.

Prize winners

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