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The STEAM Horizon Awards invite Canadian youth to promote changes in their communities by working within the following disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). Five winners will be selected for a $25,000 prize, will be invited to Ottawa during Science Odyssey Week, and will be recognized at the Foundation’s award ceremony in May 2018. … Read More
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (Fish and Wildlife Services Branch) is holding an artwork contest. They are looking for artwork to include on the 2018 Young Angler’s Licence. Entries also must include a one page essay about the fish and how to protect it for future generations. This year’s fish species are the Muskellunge and … Read More
Polar Expressions Short Story & Poetry Contests 2017
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- on September 21, 2017.
Polar Expressions Publishing is holding its 12th annual Short Story and Poetry contests for students. Polar Expressions does not charge an entry fee and offers great prizes to students from different grade levels (Kindergarten to Grade 12) for their entries. If your work is selected, it will be published in a collection in early June. The … Read More
Polar Expressions Publishing is holding its 10th annual National Poetry and Short Story Summer Contests. The contest is open to Canadians of all ages. There are two age divisions: 16 & over and 15 & under. Polar Expressions does not charge an entry fee and offers great prizes. Length limits will apply, so poetry must … Read More
What does it mean to be Canadian? To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, students are invited to participate in a national challenge to demonstrate their Canadian pride! Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), CBC/Radio Canada, and CIBC are asking students (grades K-12) to submit a drawing, video, photograph, painting, or craft for a chance to win Canada … Read More
In late 2016, we encouraged our students to enter a short story writing contest put on by Polar Expressions Publishing, and are happy to receive news that six Virtual High School students have, out of thousands of entries, made it through the first round of the contest. Our students’ work will be sent on to compete in … Read More
Youth Science Canada plays a crucial role in nurturing scientific interest among our youth. The organization is comprised of thousands of volunteer educators, scientists, parents, and engineers who all strive to broaden youth access to science. During March and April, young people across the country compete against other youth at local science fairs. The top students … Read More
Calling all entrepreneurial spirits: right this way to the Young Entrepreneurs, Make Your Pitch competition! The Ontario Centres of Excellence and the Ministry of Economic Development and Growth invite students in grades 9-12 to pitch their business ideas in a two-minute video that will be voted on by experts and the public. The video should … Read More
The second semester is about to begin for many students and Virtual High School (VHS) is offering free tuition for one course (valued at up to $579) to one lucky student! VHS may be a great option for you for any of the following reasons: to meet a prerequisite requirement for high school, college, or university … Read More
Draw It, Snap It, Write It: 2017 Canada Day Challenge!
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- on January 20, 2017.
The Canada Day Challenge is put on by the Government of Canada every year to give young people across the country the opportunity to share their ideas on what makes them proud to be Canadian. This is a wonderful opportunity for individuals between 8 and 18 years of age to express their creativity. The winners will receive really … Read More