2017 Expressly Law Day Winners

Expressly Law Day is a free program inviting Ontario students enrolled in grades 5 through 12 to submit a creative work (visual art or written work) which in some way represents the core principles of rights and/or freedoms of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and what it means to them.

CATEGORIES

VISUAL ARTS

1st Place

“Canadian Charter of Rights Canvas Project”

Classroom teachers: Ebony David  and Deborah (Grade 6)
School: Mason Road Jr. Public School

2nd Place (Tie for 2nd)

“My Freedoms, My Rights”

Student: Jadelyn Matias
School: Jean Vanier Catholic Secondary School

Teacher: Luisa Fracassi

3rd Place

“Equality”

Student: Madison DiBello
School: Ballantrae Public School
Teacher: Bill Horvath

Written Works

1st Place

Title of Poem: “Charter is the Starter”

Student: Mathusza Jeyananthan
School: R H King Academy     

2nd Place

Title of Essay: “What the Charter Means to Me”

Student: Hereinm Sharma
School: R H King Academy

3rd Place

Title of poem: “The Charter of Rights and Freedoms”

Student: Sarah Li
School: Wismer Public School

1st Honourable Mention

Title of Essay: What the Canadian Charter means to me and 35 million Canadians”

Student: Campbell Bowser
School: Ballantrae Public School

2nd Honourable Mention

Title of Essay: “The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms”

Student: Vinasha Sharma
School: R H King Academy

3rd Honourable Mention

Poem “What the Charter of Rights and Freedoms means to me”

Student: Yasmine Mohamed
School: R H King Academy