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Charles Tory Bruce was born on 11 May, 1906 in Port Shoreham, Nova Scotia, Canada, is a poet. Discover Charles Tory Bruce's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 65 years old?

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Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 11 May 1906
Birthday 11 May
Birthplace Port Shoreham, Nova Scotia, Canada
Date of death December 19, 1971 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Nationality Canada

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His final book, a history of the Southam News company titled News and the Southams, was published in 1968.


Born in Port Shoreham, Nova Scotia, Bruce graduated from Mount Allison University in 1927. He then joined the Halifax Chronicle, where he worked for eight months before joining Canadian Press. He served as a war correspondent during World War II. In this role, he was presumed missing for several days after accompanying the Royal Air Force into the ill-fated Battle of Arnhem, but was located safe and alive several days later. By 1945, he was general superintendent of the news agency, holding that role until his retirement in 1963.

As a creative writer, he published the poetry collections Wild Apples (1927), Tomorrow's Tide (1932), Personal Note (1941), Grey Ship Moving (1945), The Flowing Summer (1947) and The Mulgrave Road (1951), the novel The Channel Shore (1954) and the short story collection The Township of Time (1959). His poetry also appeared in magazines such as Harper's, Saturday Night, Canadian Poetry and The Saturday Evening Post. Mount Allison University awarded him an Honorary Doctor of Letters in 1952, and the year after his Governor General's Award win he served as a judge in the same category.


Charles Tory Bruce (May 11, 1906 - December 19, 1971) was a Canadian poet, journalist and fiction writer. He was most noted for his poetry collection The Mulgrave Road, which won the Governor General's Award for English-language poetry or drama at the 1951 Governor General's Awards.