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Wed, May 13, 2015 by Jessie MacAlpine
Today, finalists got the chance to explore the beautiful New Brunswick wilderness on full-day tours. Buses left bright and early after breakfast and toured students throughout the province, dropping them back at the University of New Brunswick in time for dinner and a fun photo scavenger hunt in the evening. Read more
Tue, May 12, 2015 by Jessie MacAlpine
“Phew!” Read more
Mon, May 11, 2015 by Jessie MacAlpine
Sun, May 10, 2015 by Jessie MacAlpine
Welcome to Canada-Wide Science Fair 2015! The beautiful University of New Brunswick campus in Fredericton will soon be home to 469 of Canada’s top young scientists as they compete for medals, prizes, scholarships and trips. The host committee, Youth Science Canada executive, ambassador team and volunteers have been working tirelessly to prepare for the exciting week ahead. Read more
Tue, Mar 3, 2015 by Dominic Tremblay
Youth Science Canada is pleased to announce the 6 alumni who have been selected to serve as Ambassadors at CWSF 2015 in Fredericton - the result of a highly competitive process involving 49 applicants. The CWSF Ambassadors are former CWSF finalists who have graduated from secondary school and who will interact with s Read more
Thu, May 15, 2014 by Dominic Tremblay
“He’s that kind of awesome!” A few days ago, I used these words to describe Reni Barlow, who recently retired from his position as Executive Director of Youth Science Canada. I had the great privilege of working with Reni for many years, and I want to take some time to honour all the work that he has done and tell a few stories about him.     Read more
Sat, Apr 12, 2014 by Dominic Tremblay
Youth Science Canada is pleased to announce the 5 alumni who have been selected to serve as Ambassadors at CWSF 2014 in Windsor - the result of a highly competitive process involving 47 applicants. Over the next few weeks we'll introduce you to each of the teams and share some of their thoughts on participating in the Canada-Wide Science Fair.       Read more
Fri, Aug 9, 2013 by Maya Burhanpurkar
It has been a whole 72 hours since I returned home from my amazing adventure in the Arctic and I'm still finding it difficult to tear my thoughts away from the north and return them to my regular life down here. Read more

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