Canada-Wide Science Festival - Public Viewing

mercredi, Mai 18, 2016 - 9:00am - vendredi, Mai 20, 2016 - 12:00pm
Tomlinson Field House - McGill University

Join us at McGill Univerity's Tomlinson Field House in Montreal for the 55th Canada-Wide Science Festival.

Public viewing:

May 18th: 9:00-19:30

May 19th: 9:00-12:00

May 20th: 9:00-12:00

Featuring Canada's top young scientists showcasing their science projects, hands-on science activities, leading speakers & presenters and a STEM teachers' conference.


Meet Raymond Wang: The World's Top Young Scientist

Dim, 2015-05-24 18:32 -- Jessie MacAlpine

1) Why do you love science?

Science and engineering allows anyone with a good idea to have a go at tackling some of the toughest problems facing us today. It allows us to gain a better understanding of our world, and it affords us the opportunity to use that understanding to create meaningful solutions to improve people’s lives. I think it is this particular aspect of science that has particularly inspired my research over the years.

Farewell Fredericton

Lun, 2015-05-18 11:15 -- Jessie MacAlpine

Well, this marks the end of the 2015 Canada-Wide Science Fair! It’s been an amazing and unforgettable week here in Fredericton and sadly it’s time for all of us to say goodbye. After the whirlwind excitement of the awards ceremony on Friday evening, finalists got the chance to celebrate their achievements at the farewell dance held in the Student Union Building. Apart from dancing, board games, video games and fun snacks entertained finalists, as many students initiated ultimate Frisbee, volleyball and basketball games in the quad.

Dr. Jaymie Matthews receives the CWSF Alumni Award

sam, 2015-05-16 08:27 -- Jessie MacAlpine

Youth Science Canada congratulates the 2015 CWSF Alumni Award winner Dr. Jaymie Matthews. His inspiring speech is posted below. 

"My first Canada-Wide Science Fair was in Sarnia in 1972. 74 km from my home town of Chatham, Ontario. 74 km! You’d think I’d have been disappointed that – for an event whose title contains “Canada-Wide” where Canada is really wide… 9,306 km wide, to be exact, from Cape Spear in Newfoundland and Labrador to Mount Saint Elias in the Yukon Territory – I had travelled barely 0.8 percent of the Canada-Wide span.


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