Congratulations to the recipients of the  “Student Paper Award”


 

Marie-Audrey Kirouac

The Canadian Tax Foundation is pleased to announce that Marie-Audrey is the winner of the Canadian Tax Foundation-Osler Hoskin Harcourt Award for the best Quebec student paper of 2019-20: Analyse des mesures fiscales fédérales adoptées en 2019 et de l'admissibilité du journal La Presse à celles-ci (Taxation in support of journalism: Analysis of detailed federal tax measures in 2019 and La Presse newspaper's eligibility for them).

Holder of a Bachelor of Laws and a Masters in Notarial Law, Marie-Audrey quickly became interested in taxation and also worked at Revenu Québec for the two years following the end of her Bachelor of Law until she began a Masters in Taxation at the University of Sherbrooke in 2018-2019. With this knowledge and experience, she has now held a position of senior tax advisor at PwC for almost a year, where she participates in reorganization mandates and in government tax  incentive applications.
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Allen Yi

The Canadian Tax Foundation is pleased to announce that Allen Yi is the winner of the Canadian Tax Foundation-Fasken Martineau DuMoulin Award for the best Ontario paper of 2019-20 : A New Decade: Revisiting Tax Consolidation in Canada, Mate

Allen obtained his Bachelor of Science from the University of Victoria and his Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto. Allen became interested in tax law while in private practice working as an M&A lawyer. Allen began his Masters in Taxation at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2016.
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About the Award

Each year, the Foundation will award up to four regional student-paper prizes. Depending on the merit of papers received, one prize may be awarded for each of four regions of the country: Atlantic Canada (the CTF-McInnes Cooper Award), Quebec (the CTF-Osler Hoskin & Harcourt Award), Ontario (the CTF-Fasken Martineau DuMoulin Award), and western Canada (the CTF-Bert Wolfe Nitikman Foundation Award). Papers may be written in either English or French and must be recommended for award consideration by the professor or instructor of the course.

Submissions to the student-paper competition should be emailed to Paul Oros.

Entries must be accompanied by a letter of recommendation from the professor or instructor of the tax course for which the paper was written and complete details of the student's name, address, phone number, and, if available, fax number and e-mail address.

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