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15 memoirs by Canadian women worth reading

Love reading personal stories? Then you're in luck! Here are 15 memoirs written by great Canadian women writers you should check out.

Love reading personal stories? Then you're in luck! Here are 15 memoirs written by great Canadian women writers you should check out.

Between Gods was shortlisted for the BC National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction. (Arsenal Pulp Press/Penguin Canada/Doubleday Canada)
Something Fierce was the winner of Canada Reads 2012, when it was championed by Shad. (Douglas & McIntyre/Viking/Phyllis Bruce Books)
Fallen by Kara Stanley explores her husband’s life-changing brain and spinal cord injury. (Doubleday/Greystone Books/BPS Books)
Projection was shortlisted for the 2013 Governor General’s Literary Award. (Greystone Books/Random House/Dundurn Press)
Confessions of a Fairy's Daughter was longlisted for the 2014 RBC Taylor Prize. (Talon Books/Knopf/HarperCollins)

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