Winners announced: essays by young scholars explore Indigenous law, environmental planning

By Andrea Palframan / July 23, 2020 /

We are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2020 Harmony Environmental Essay Prize for Young Scholars. Please meet our winners and read their carefully researched papers: First Place –  Da Chen “Sharing of the Dish: The Dish with One Spoon and Environmental Planning in Toronto” Through key informant interviews, this paper explores the work…

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Meet Young Scholars Essay Prize Winners Helen and Helena!

By Andrea Palframan / July 10, 2018 /

We’re thrilled to announce winners of this years’ Young Scholars Essay Prize. First prize is awarded to Helen Knott, Prophet River First Nation. We’ve had the privilege of working with Helen on the Site-C campaign, as she was a strong voice for Treaty 8 on the “Caravan for the Peace” that travelled across Canada from…

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Young Scholars Essay Prize Winners for 2017 announced!

By Andrea Palframan / August 1, 2017 /

The recipients of this years’ Young Scholars Essay Prize have been announced… and the winners are: Laura Peterson, First Place. University of Alberta “Lake One Trail Survey, Indigenous Cultural Landscapes and Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada” Download & read paper here The judges all agreed it was an excellent piece of research, demonstrating the…

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2016 Young Scholars Essay Prize Winners

By Andrea Palframan / January 26, 2017 /

The purpose of the RAVEN Young Scholars Essay Prize is to recognize outstanding undergraduate work which intersects with the core precepts and values of RAVEN. Quite simply, we want to recognize students who are asking questions about the sorts of topics that we know to be important. The essay competition is open to all disciplines…

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Young Scholars tackle indigenous enfranchisement & settler imagination

By Andrea Palframan / October 16, 2015 /

Young Scholars Essay Prize – RAVEN’s  2015 winners tell us about their essays. Out of this year’s entries, Danette Jubinville’s paper entitled (In)Voluntarily Enfranchised: Bill C-3 and the Need for Strengthening Kinship Laws in Treaty 4 was chosen by the adjudicating panel as the winner.   Ms Jubinville’s essay gives voice to her personal connection…

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