The University of Ottawa will administer the Court Challenges Program of Canada, which the Canadian government has recently modernized. The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, announced the results of the competitive selection process this morning.
At first glance, an attempt to promote the social inclusion of offenders into Canada’s criminal sentencing process would seem to have little to do with efforts to build a more sustainable relationship between humanity and the inhabitants of our planet’s vast oceans.
The Tri-Council granting agencies have announced the launch of the 2017-2018 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (CGS) competition. To get detailed information regarding the application process, please click here.
Jean Boisjoli, diplômé de la Section de droit civil en 1982 (magna cum laude), s’est vu attribuer le prestigieux Prix littéraire Trillium (Trillium Book Award) pour son roman La mesure du temps, publié en 2016 aux Éditions Prise-de-parole.
La Commission permanente de concertation Acadie-Québec a dévoilé aujourd’hui le nom du récipiendaire du Prix Acadie-Québec. Créé en 2006, ce prix reconnaît l’apport remarquable de personnes ou d’organismes de l’Acadie et du Québec à la création et à la consolidation des relations Acadie-Québec.
The Raoul Barbe and Yolande Larose Graduate Scholarship for the Study of the Judiciary has been awarded to Duff Conacher. The scholarship is awarded annually to a student whose work focuses on the study of the judiciary, including related ethical challenges and matters affecting the impartiality of judges. It carries a value of $10,000.