1). Miriam Toewes – A Complicated Kindness (Governor General's Award for Fiction – 2004)
2). John Bemrose – The Island Walkers (2003)
3). Giles Blunt – Forty Words for Sorrow (2000)
4). Robertson Davies -?
5). Penguin History of Canada, OR
Desmond Morton – A Short History of Canada
6). Susanna Moodie – Roughing It in the Bush (1852)
7). Matt Cohen – Elizabeth and After (Governor General's Award for Fiction – 1999)
8). Hugh MacLennan – Two Solitudes (1945)
9). Karolyn Schmardz Frost – I've Got a Home in Glory Land: A Lost Tale of the Underground Railroad (Governor General's Award for Nonfiction – 2007)
10). Brian Moore – The Great Victorian Collection (Governor General's Award for Fiction – 1975)
11). Gabrielle Roy – Street of Riches (Governor General's Award for Fiction – 1957)
12). Kit Pearson – Awake and Dreaming (Governor General's Award for Children's Literature – 1997)
13). Julie Johnston – Hero of Lesser Causes (Governor General's Award for Children's Literature – 1992)
The order will depend on availability, but I know if I don't make a list now I'll fall behind.
It's subject to change or substitution, of course, should whim dictate.
By the way, anyone have a Robertson Davies recommendation for someone who's read none of his books?