About us

Constitution 150 is a year-long collaborative partnership of the Public Law Group at the University of Ottawa, the Centre for Constitutional Studies, the University of Alberta, and the Université de Montréal.

It is a multi-pronged project that will involve youth, Indigenous communities, ethno-cultural communities, scholars, policy makers and the general public.  Constitution 150 aims to:

Constitution 150 will provide opportunities for Canadians of different ages, backgrounds and locations to connect to each other through active online collaboration and discussion about our Constitution.   In particular, we want to

Finally, Constitution 150 will host three inter-connected but distinct conferences in three cities across Canada in 2017: Confederation, Patriation, and Reconciliation. Our conferences will bring together scholars and community members from across the country to debate constitutional themes and produce new scholarship that affects the lives of Canadians.

We invite you to join with us in celebrating our nation’s proud history and its Constitution.

This content has been updated on 24 January 2017 at 12 h 36 min.