- Nereus Writers' Trust Non-Fiction Prize
The Nereus Writers' Trust Non-Fiction Prize is a Canadian literary award, presented annually by
Nereus Financialand the Writers' Trust of Canada, for the best work of non-fiction by a Canadian writer. The award's original corporate sponsor was Viacom. Pearson Canadatook over the award in 1999, and Nereus became the sponsor in 2006.
The winner receives a prize of $15,000, and all finalists receive $2,000.
1997- Ernest Hillen, "Small Mercies: A Boy After War"
1998- Rudy Wiebeand Yvonne Johnson, "Stolen Life: The Journey of a Cree Woman"
1999- Modris Eksteins, "Walking Since Daybreak: A Story of Eastern Europe, World War II and the Heart of our Century"
2000- Erna Paris, "Long Shadows: Truth, Lies and History"
2001- Clark Blaise, "Time Lord"
2002- Jake MacDonald, "Houseboat Chronicles: Notes from a Life in Shield Country"
2003- Brian Fawcett, "Virtual Clearcut, or The Way Things Are in My Hometown"
2004- Elaine Dewar, "The Second Tree: Of Clones, Chimeras, and Quests for Immortality"
2005- John Vaillant, "The Golden Spruce: A True Story of Myth, Madness and Greed"
2006- Dragan Todorovic, "The Book of Revenge"
Anna Porter, "Kasztner's Train: The True Story of Rezso Kasztner, Unknown Hero of the Holocaust"
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