Robarts Centre relaunches Odessa Prize for the Study of Canada

After a four-year hiatus, the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies is relaunching the Odessa Prize for the Study of Canada. This award recognizes the best essay written in either English or French in a fourth-year undergraduate course at York University on a topic relevant to the study of Canada, including but not limited to: Canadian history, environment, politics, public policy, society, arts and literature. The winner of the competition will be awarded $1,000.

The deadline for winter and year-long courses is May 3.