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Pierre Berton
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    (July 12, 1920-November 30, 2004)
    Wrote 'The Battle Of Lake Erie,' 'Flames Across The Border,' 'Marching As To War' and 'The Smug Minority'
    Columnist for 'The Vancouver Sun Times,' 'The Toronto Star' and 'MacLeans' Magazine
    Appeared on 'Close-Up' and 'Front Page Challenge'
    Awarded 'The Governor General's Award,' 'The Stephen Leacock Medal for Humor' and 'The Order of Canada'
    He wore bow ties and opera capes.
    He was arrogant.
    He was known for having a mean streak.
    All of his books centered on Canadian themes.
    He was known as the canon of Canadiana.
    On the show 'Monday Report' he demonstrated how to roll a joint, and described one of his books as an excellent surface to roll on.
    A writer's award is named in his honor.

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