25th Trillium Award

Between the Lines Wins $10,000 Wilson Prize

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Between the Lines books has won the 2012 Wilson Institute Prize for Publishing Canadian History, worth $10,000. It has an exceptional "record of invigorating and broadening the field of Canadian History with its distinguished list of publications."

The award will be presented on December 5 at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto at the 7:00 p.m. launch party for Speaking Up: A History of Language and Politics in Canada and Quebec by Marcel Martel and Martin Pâquet.

Interested in reading more about Between the Lines? Check out Open Book: Toronto's recent profile of the press.

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