heritage fairs

Ontario Provincial Heritage Fair

The Ontario Provincial Fair brings together exceptional students from twenty regional fairs in Ontario for a celebration of Ontario’s rich and diverse history and heritage.

Ottawa Regional Fair

Amazing projects of students from the different school boards in this area will be presented in French, English or bilingual formats.

Perth Regional Fair

The Perth Regional Heritage Fair is a vibrant community celebration where local museums, historical associations, and multicultural groups come together to offer displays, demonstrations, and entertainment.

Prince Edward Island Provincial Fair

The PEI Provincial Heritage Fair held annually in May at the Confederation Centre of the Arts brings together 175 students from across the province.

Prince George Regional Heritage Fair

The fair is a celebration of Canadian Heritage! Students participate in a one-day fair featuring judging, heritage activities, and a field trip. The fair showcases outstanding projects for our community; friends and family are invited to an evening awards and recognition event.

Red River Heritage Fair

The Red River Heritage Fair encourages students in Grade 4 to Grade 11 to explore Canadian heritage in a dynamic, hands-on learning environment. Students use the medium of their choice to tell stories about Canadian heroes, legends, milestones, and achievements - and present the results of their research at a public exhibition and learning conference.

Regina Regional Saskatchewan Youth Heritage Fair

During the Regina Regional Heritage Fair, over 200 students from 9 school divisions in and around Regina gather to showcase their projects about Canadian history during the day-long event.

Rivers to Sea Regional Heritage Fair

Teachers and parents of grade 4 to 10 students from Burnaby, New Westminster and the Tri-Cities are encouraged to organize a class- or school-based fair, from which participants are selected for the Rivers to Sea Regional Heritage Fair.

Sahtu Regional Heritage Fair

Heritage Fairs in the NWT are coordinated by the NWT Heritage Fairs Society. This volunteer based organization is dedicated to encouraging young people in the NWT to explore and share the histories of their family or community, as well as the heritage of the people and places of the Northwest Territories. The opportunity to take part in a Heritage fair is enriched when students explore a “personal connection” to their heritage.

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