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Louise Duguay

Born in St. Boniface, Louise Duguay holds a BEd and MA from the University of Manitoba and a diploma in fashion design from Sheridan College. She is the program coordinator and instructor for the Multimedia Communications program at the University of St. Boniface. Louise sits on the board of directors of both MAWA (Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art) and the Winnipeg Arts Council, where she is a member of the Public Art Committee.

Pauline Boutal

An Artist's Destiny, 1894-1992

Louise Duguay (Author), S.E. Stewart (Translator)

Today a great number of Pauline Boutal’s works can be found in major private and corporate collections across Canada. For her contribution to the French culture and theatre in Canada, Boutal was awarded numerous prestigious prizes, including the Order of Canada.

University of Manitoba Press is grateful for the support it receives for its publishing program from the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund; the Canada Council for the Arts; the Manitoba Department of Culture, Heritage, and Tourism; the Manitoba Arts Council; and the Aid to Scholarly Publishing Programme.