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Annual Meeting of the Royal Society of Canada

Nature volume 134, pages 205206 (11 August 1934) | Download Citation



THE Royal Society of Canada held its annual meeting on May 20-24, at the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec. Appropriate to the occasion of the fourth centenary of the discovery of Quebec, the president, M. Leon Gerin, delivered an address on “Jacques Cartier, notre decouvrier”. At the same meeting, the Flavelle Gold Medal was pre sented to Prof. L. V. King for his contributions to mathematical physics, the Lome Pierce Medal for achievement in literature to F. P. Grove, and the Tyrrel Medal in historical subjects to J. C. Webster.

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