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Inaugural SPA Policy Case Competition
On Thursday, February 27, the School of Public Administration was pleased to host the inaugural SPA Policy Case Competition. Seventeen students, along with coaches and judges, met to present and consider a policy case focusing on the challenges of the Equalization program in Canada.
Congratulations to the winning team: James Ledger, Riley Nielson-Baker and Justin Satosek.
Thank you to the all the students who participated, the planning team, Amber Watts, Emma Miller and Tiff Ward, faculty advisor Markus Sharaput and the public servants who so generously gave their time to support the competition.
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