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Massey Medal


The Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS) awards the Massey Medal annually to recognize outstanding personal achievement in the exploration, development or description of the geography of Canada. The award was established in 1959, by the Massey Foundation, named for industrialist Hart Massey.

Recipients


  • 2019 - Derek Clifford Ford
  • 2018 - Arthur J. Ray
  • 2017 - David Morrison
  • 2016 - Steve Blasco
  • 2015 - Brian Osborne
  • 2014 - Derald Smith
  • 2013 - David Ley
  • 2012 - Graeme Wynn
  • 2011 - David Livingstone
  • 2010 - Raymond A. Price
  • 2009 - Michael Church
  • 2008 - Bruce Mitchell
  • 2007 - Eddy Carmack
  • 2006 - Serge Courville
  • 2005 - Tim Oke
  • 2004 - Larry Bourne
  • 2003 - Richard Colebrook Harris
  • 2002 - John Oliver Wheeler
  • 2001 - Lawrence McCann
  • 2000 - Robert McGhee
  • 1999 - Alexander T. Davidson
  • 1998 - William C. Wonders
  • 1997 - James Archibald Houston
  • 1996 - James P. Bruce
  • 1995 - Pierre Camu
  • 1994 - Henri Dorion
  • 1993 - J. Gordon Nelson
  • 1992 - Stewart Dixon MacDonald
  • 1991 - George D. Hobson
  • 1990 - Byron Boville
  • 1989 - John D. Mollard

See also


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Categories: Geography awards | Canadian science and technology awards | Awards established in 1959 | Royal Canadian Geographical Society




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