Student Paper Award

The Canadian Tax Foundation-Fasken Martineau DuMoulin Award for Ontario 2000-1

Manu Kakkar

We are pleased to announce that Manu Kakkar is the winner of the 2000-1 Canadian Tax Foundation Fasken Martineau DuMoulin award for Ontario for the best student paper submitted on matters affecting the Canadian tax system. Mr. Kakkar wrote the paper "A Critique of Canada's Divisive Reorganizations: Should Breaking Up Be So Hard To Do?" as a student in the University of Waterloo's Master of Taxation program, from which he graduated in 2001. The paper was also awarded the University of Waterloo's Donald and Geraldine Beam Award for best thesis. Mr. Kakkar received his BSc (Hons.) from McGill University (1994) and his CGA and CA in Quebec (1999) and is currently a tax manager in the Core Canadian Consulting Practice of Ernst & Young LLP in London, Ontario.

(November 2001)