Eric Nicol

Eric Nicol

Eric Patrick Nicol (December 28, 1919 – February 2, 2011) was a Canadian writer, best known as a longtime humour columnist for the Vancouver, British Columbia newspaper The Province. He also published over 40 books, both original works and compilations of his humour columns, and won the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour three times.

Read more about Eric Nicol:  Early Life, Awards and Recognition, Bibliography

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Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal For Humour - Winners
... Sarah Binks 1949 - Angeline Hango, Truthfully Yours 1950 - Earle Birney, Turvey 1951 - Eric Nicol, The Roving I 1952 - Jan Hilliard, The Salt Box 1953 - Lawrence Earl, The Battle ...
Eric Nicol - Bibliography
... Harper) 1962 compilation, A Herd of Yaks The Best of Eric Nicol (Ryerson) 1963 with Peter Whalley, Russia, Anyone? A Completely Uncalled-for History ...

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