W.L. Morton Gold Medal & Prize

W. L. Morton (1908-1980) was one of the most important historians of his generation in Canada. He was a member of the University of Manitoba History department from 1939 to 1966, serving as Chair of the department from 1950 to 1964.

The medal and prize shall be awarded annually to the student who in fulfilling and completing the requirements for a Master of Arts degree in history of the University of Manitoba has, in the opinion of the selection committee, done outstanding work. Past winners are:

2016 Sarah Ramsden
2015 Karen Brglez
2014 Scott Berthelette
2013 Sean Patterson
2012 Konrad Krahn
2011 M. Anne Lindsay
2010 Alicia Rekrut
2009 Paul Burrows
2008 Nathan Hoepner
2007 Tyler Shipley
2006 Scott Rutherford
2005 Not awarded
2004 Norma Hall
2003 Sari Fields
2002 Matthew Neufeld
2001 Andrea Paci
2000 Roberta Woods
1999 Christopher Dooley
1998 Gavin Fridell
1997 Kelly Reimer
1996 Hans Werner
1995 Colin Green
1994 Wade Derkson
1993 Jason Yaremko
1992 Jim Daschuk
1991 Susan Bellay
1990 Graeme Voyer
1989 Richard Enns
1988 Barbara Angel
1987 Ronald Harpelle
1986 Marie Bouchard
1985 Ronald N. Finch
1984 James Mochoruk
1983 David E. Hall
1982 Donald J. Naylor
1981 Patricia Jasen
1980 Kenneth Stephen Coates
1979 Orest Martynowych
1978 Donald Merwin Loveridge
1977 Elliott Dale Dlin
1976 Florence Mary Berry
1975 Not awarded
1974 Not awarded
1973 Thomas M. Prymak
1972 Alvin Finkel and Selwyn M. McSween
1971 Not awarded
1970 A. Brian McKillop
1969 John H. Thompson
1968 Melfort Swidinsky
1967 Robert A.J. McDonald