Under the Sun is a nice collection of poems written by Arthur S. Bourinot. The book won the 1939 Governor-General's Award for Literary Merit in poetry and dram. More so than the previous poetry winners, Under the Sun is a very accessible and enjoyable collection. I found Bourinot's poems much easier "to get into" than the others.
Additionally, I would like to draw special attention to "Machinery," a poem about mass production and industrialisation, as a particularly worthy and interesting piece.
So far, Bourinot is by far my favourite Canadian poet.