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Jacqueline Beaugé-Rosier

Author, French
Jacqueline Beaugé-Rosier (born in 1932) is a Haitian-born educator and writer living in Ontario, Canada. From 1957 to 1962, Beaugé-Rosier was associated with the “Haïti littéraire” poets and, from 1964 to 1966, she was a member of the literary group Houghenikon. In Canada, she became a member of the Association des Auteures et auteurs francophones d’Ontario. In 1991, she received the Trophée de la Tonnelle Haïtienne de l’Ouataouais. In 1993, she was awarded second prize in a literary competition sponsored by the Société des écrivains canadiens de Toronto. In 2000, she received the Plaque d’Honneur from the Haitian community of Canada for her contributions to Franco-Ontarian literature and to Haitian-Canadian cultural development.