The Ludger-Duvernay Prize is a Quebec award created in 1944 and named in honour of journalist Ludger Duvernay. It is awarded by the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society of Montreal to recognize the merits of a person whose competence and influence in the literary field serve the best interests of Quebec. A laureate must be a native of Quebec and considered professional in the world of letters. The prize had been awarded every three years since 1991; it has not been awarded since 2015.
- ^ "Le prix Ludger-Duvernay". ssjb.com. La Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Montréal. Retrieved 1 February 2023.