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  1. CONGRATULATIONS TO BRIONY PENN for winning the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize for this biography of Cecil Paul, Following the Good River, The Life and Times of Wa’xaid.

    Mayor Lisa Helps and co-sponsor Brian Butler announced the winners at the 18th annual Victoria Book Prize Gala on Sunday, October 3. The event took place at the Metro Theatre as part of the Victoria Festival of Authors. Leslie Gentile, a singer/songwriter of Northern Salish, Tuscarora and Scottish heritage, also won for her children's book Elvis, Me and the Lemonade Stand Summer. Both winners received $5,000 prizes.

    Established in 2004, the City of Victoria Butler Book Prize is a partnership between the City of Victoria and Brian Butler of Butler Brothers Supplies. The City of Victoria Children’s Book Prize recognizes and celebrates exceptional literature for children and young adults. The prize was established in 2008 by the late Mel Bolen of Bolen Books. Additional sponsors include Munro’s Books, Greater Victoria Public Library, Island Blue Print, Chateau Victoria, Magnolia Hotel and Spa, Inn at Laurel Point, Friesens Corporation, CBC Radio, Ivy’s Bookshop, Russell Books, and Tanner’s Books. CBC’s Gregor Craigie hosted the event.

    The Victoria Book Prize Society establishes the policy and criteria for the prizes, appoints the juries, and administers the competitions. See http://victoriabookprizes.ca

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