Mayor Andree P. Boucher Memorial Scholarship

September 30, 2015

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities is offering two scholarships, one for an undergraduate, the other for a graduate student, each worth $4500.

The award is available to female students, enrolled in a Canadian college or university, in any year of their study, and should be considering entering the political field. 

The paper submitted for consideration of the award must be on issues related to women in politics, in any order of government, and must be at least 1000 words in length.

Deadline is January 31, 2016, so review the papers you've written recently or ramp up the quality of the your upcoming term paper and get submitting!

More instructions on the application process can be found on the website.

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