“This book is so much a part of who I am.”
“We can not ever forget it happened, just like we can never forget the holocaust, we can never forget 9/11,” Good said in her acceptance speech.
Runners-up will each receive $1,000.
The winners were announced in a virtual ceremony on May 27.
The winner, to be announced in a virtual event on June 23, will receive $10,000.
For the first time since it launched 22 years ago, Hackmatack is expanding into a virtual festival.
The winners, to be announced on June 16, will each receive $10,000.
The annual festival enters day two of the ceremony.
The $50,000 prize celebrates Canadian public policy writing.
The winners were voted on by 270,000 Canadian students.