The Windsor Regional Science, Technology, and Engineering Fair (WRSTEF) has partnered with Youth Science Canada to bring the annual Canada-Wide Science Fair to Windsor, Ontario from May 10 to 17, 2014. Co-chairs Jill Bundun, Eileen Topliffe and Michel Larocque are very excited. “This has been a dream in the planning for a number of years and we are honoured to be awarded this opportunity.”
The University of New Brunswick (UNB) and Science East have partnered with Youth Science Canada to bring the 2015 Canada-Wide Science Fair to Fredericton, New Brunswick.
Fredericton (New Brunswick), May 16, 2019 – The jury is out. The judgment is rendered. Canada's most inspiring and ingenious science project in 2019 belongs to Bhavya Mohan, a 16-year-old, grade 10 student from Ottawa. Bhavya received the news that he had earned the Best Fair Project award at Canada-Wide Science Fair 2019 on May 16th at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. Read more
Introducing Canada’s Top Young ScientistsCanada-Wide Science Fair Winners Announced
Ottawa (Ontario), May 16, 2018 – This year’s winners of the Canada-Wide Science Fair are three young people whose projects impressed the judges with their ingenuity and the innovation behind their projects.
Youth Science Canada is pleased to announce the ten recipients of its 2018 Distinguished Service Award. The Awards annually recognize up to ten volunteers and staff who have made an outstanding contribution, through innovation, long service, or leadership, to the organization or its programs at any level. Nominations are submitted by any two volunteers or staff at any level (by January 31) and selection of the recipients is made by the Board of Directors.
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Science Literacy Week 2017 kicks off Monday, September 18. This initiative’s goal is to showcase the excellence and diversity of Canadian science. From coast to coast to coast, organizations, schools, and libraries will be celebrating science and science communication through events and initiatives encouraging people to learn more about the world around them. Read more
Canada will be represented at the 2017 edition of the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) by three Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) Platinum Award winners; Colette Benko and Crystal Radinski of Calgary, Alberta. and Danish Mahmood of London, Ontario will participate in the event in Tallinn, Estonia, September 22-27. Read more
June 28, 2017 - The 2017 Canada-Wide Science Fair grand award winners were pleasantly surprised with a phone call from the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Canada’s Minister of Science, Wednesday, June 28, a month after the fair. Minister Duncan, a proud supporter of Youth Science Canada and the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF), is a fierce advocate for opportunities in STEM education and engagement for Canadian youth. She called to congratulate the Platinum award winners and voice her excitement for their passion and dedication to science. Read more
Winners at the Canada-Wide Science Fair have been announced – with nearly $1 million in cash awards and scholarships awarded to the country’s top young scientists. Read more
STEAM Horizon Awards, Ottawa, ON – Wednesday, May 17 the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation Foundation will be presenting seven STEAM Horizon Awards to Canadian students, three of whom are recent Canada-Wide Science Fair participants. Aidan Aird of Markham, Ontario, Marianne Drolet-Sénéchal of Sherbrooke, Québec, and Thomas Imbeault-Nepton of Saint-Honoré, Québec will be receiving the award along with four students from Toronto, Winnipeg, Scarborough and Lark Harbour. Read more
First Nations University of Canada is pleased to offer a $500 award during Canada-Wide Science Fair being held at the University of Regina, May 14-20, 2017.
The First Nations University of Canada Award will be presented to an outstanding Grade 7 or 8 project that celebrates Aboriginal peoples’ accomplishments and traditional knowledge by showcasing, exploring, reinforcing and expanding the intersections between Indigenous knowledge and Western science. Read more
500 of Canada’s brightest young scientists are making their way to Regina for the 56th edition of the Canada-Wide Science Fair, May 14-20, 2017.
The event is set to feature these student finalists and their 400 projects, selected from 25,000 regional science fair participants from across the country. 6,000 visitors are also making their way to the Regina area, making this Canada’s largest youth science competition. Visitors include 500 volunteers, 350 judges, 200 chaperones and the public. Read more
Youth Science Canada is pleased to announce the ten recipients of its 2017 Distinguished Service Award. The Awards annually recognize up to ten volunteers and staff who have made an outstanding contribution, through innovation, long service, or leadership, to the organization or its programs at any level. Nominations are submitted by any two volunteers or staff at any level (by January 31) and selection of the recipients is made by the National Policy Advisory Committee.
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Canada’s brightest young scientists will be in Regina May 14-20 for the 56th edition of the Canada-Wide Science Fair.
The event will feature 500 students and their 400 projects that have earned top marks at regional science fairs across the country. The event is expected to attract about 6,000 visitors to the Regina area, making this Canada’s largest youth science competition. Visitors will include 500 volunteers, 350 judges, 200 chaperones and the public. Read more
Three-time CWSF finalist, Stephanie Gaglione of Woodbridge, Ontario is studying at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.
In an article by Cynthia Macdonald in the UofT Magazine's Winter 2017 issue, Gaglione describes the beginning of her science career: Read more
Last night's 2016 Manning Innovation Awards gala in Halifax honoured the four recipients of the Young Canadian Innovator Awards selected at the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) this past May. Read more