Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

The Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize is awarded to the author of the best original non-fiction literary work
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They Called Me Number One: Secrets and Survival at an Indian Residential School  by Bev Sellars, Shortlisted for the 2014 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

They called me number one : secrets and survival at an Indian residential school / Bev Sellars ; [foreword by Hemas Kla-Lee-Lee-Kla (Bill Wilson) ; afterword by Wendy Wickwire]. Location:FNUNIV Regina Call Number: E 2013

The Oil Man and the Sea: Navigating the Northern Gateway  by Arno Kopecky, Shortlisted for the 2014 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

The Oil Man and the Sea: Navigating the Northern Gateway by Arno Kopecky, Shortlisted for the 2014 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Gently to Nagasaki by Joy Kogawa, finalist for the 2017 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Gently to Nagasaki by Joy Kogawa… from Caitlin Press … Gently to Nagasaki is a spiritual pilgrimage, an exploration both communal and intensely personal.

A Disappearance in Damascus by Deborah Campbell, recipient of the 2017 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

The true story of an amazing friendship between 2 women--the award-winning Canadian journalist Deborah Campbell and Ahlam, an Iraqi woman who worked as a "fixer" for Western media in Syria as it plunged into war.

The Killer Whale Who Changed the World by Mark Leiren-Young, finalist for the 2017 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

The Killer Whale Who Changed the World

How the Killer Whale Avoids Eating People, Helped Whalers, and Became Public Enemy Number One

Beyond the Pale: Folklore, Family and the Mystery of Our Hidden Genes by Emily Urquhart, shortlisted for the 2016 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Beyond the pale : folklore, family, and the mystery of our hidden genes / Emily Urquhart.

That Lonely Section of Hell: The Botched Investigation of a Serial Killer Who Almost Got Away by Lorimer Shenher, shortlisted for the 2016 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Ex-police detective Lori Shenher describes her harrowing experience of working on Vancouver's infamous Missing and Murdered Women Investigation and how police failures almost enabled convicted serial killer Robert Pickton to get away with his crimes.

Olive Odyssey by Julie Angus, shortlisted for the 2015 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Olive Odyssey Searching for the Secrets of the Fruit That Seduced the World By: Julie Angus

Arthur Erickson: An Architect's Life by David Stouck, Winner of the 2014 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Arthur Erickson: An Architect's Life, by David Stouck. This biography by North Vancouverite David Stouck is the winner of the Basil Stuart-Stubbs Prize for Outstanding Scholarly Book on British Columbia.

The Real Thing: The Natural History of Ian McTaggart Cowan by Briony Penn, shortlisted for the 2016 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

The Real Thing: The Natural History of Ian McTaggart Cowan by Briony Penn, recipient of the Roderick Haig-Brown Regional Prize and finalist for the 2016 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Tuco: The Parrot, the Others, and A Scattershot World by Brian Brett, recipient of the 2016 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Parrots, Paddling, and Ponderings: Tuco: it's about an African grey parrot, but also much

The Reconciliation Manifesto: Recovering the Land, Rebuilding the Economy by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald Derrickson, finalist for the 2018 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

The Reconciliation Manifesto: Recovering the Land, Rebuilding the Economy by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald Derrickson, finalist for the 2018 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

The Marriott Cell by Mohamed Fahmy with Carol Shaben, finalist for the 2017 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

The Marriott Cell: An Epic Journey from Cairo's Scorpion Prison to Freedom

In the Slender Margin by Eve Joseph, winner of the 2015 Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize

Part memoir, part meditation, this book is an exploration of death from an "insider's" point of view.

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