With the support of Norton Rose and the Canadian Constitutional Affairs Conference (CCAC), Policy Options magazine sponsors every year the Constitutional Affairs Essay Competition. The competition’s organizers aim to promote debate on constitutional affairs in Canada by publishing the best student essays on the topic and compensating their authors.
The competition was created in recognition of the CCAC’s national conference for law students and constitutional experts, which took place in Quebec City in 2008. This conference focused on Canadian federalism and identity and sought to increase the opportunity for, and quality of, debate among students from across Canada.
Insite and drug policy: A constitutional tourniquet?
Constitutional constraints: A case against Senate reform in Canada
Alexander B. Wilkinson
The Canadian securities system: In desparate need of reform
A constitutional foundation for a greenhouse gas reduction policy
Federal power and federal duty: Reconciling sections 91(24) and 35(1) of the Canadian Constitution