Adam - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

The Canadian Pacific railway is an influential railway that stretches from coast to coast and helped unite Canada. However, it is also a black mark in Canadian history because of the terrible treatment of the Chinese immigrant workers.

Atticus - Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

My project talks about the first nuclear power plants in Canada. Also how nuclear power and Uranium can be used positively.

Connor - Milestone, Saskatchewan

Young's Equipment is a Saskatchewan based company that provides equipment to many farms around Saskatchewan. They grow every year and keep on expanding. There are locations in Regina, Weyburn, Windthorst, Assiniboia and Moose Jaw.

Daysha - Regina, Saskatchewan

J’ai fait mon projet sur INCA. INCA est le seul organization pour Canadiens qui sont aveugle ou avec une vue partialle.

Delaney - Swift Current, Saskatchewan

My project is a study on my home town of Swift Current. It highlights the city's environment, culture, municipal government and history and how these factors shape the city's identity.

Emily - Eston, Saskatchewan

A look at the 4-H organization in Saskatchewan over the last 100 years. It examines the past, present & future of 4-H.

Eryn - Delisle, Saskatchewan

Jack Hitchcock was a pioneer that came to Saskatchewan around the turn of the 20th century. Not only was he a pioneer but he was also an inventor, an adventurer, a rancher, a marksman, and a conservationist that will be forever remembered by those that had the pleasure of meeting him.

Ethan - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

My project is on the Klondike Gold Rush and how it shaped Canada. By bringing over 30,000 people into the Yukon in search of wealth.

Grayce - Warman, Saskatchewan

My heritage fair project is something that is very important part of my family history. My project is on how my Opa escaped from the Nazi's during World War 2 and the rest of his adventures. Those adventures include how my Opa met my Grota Oma through hiding in a safe house, fighting in Java, Indonesia and how he brought his family to Canada in 1953.

Ivy - Weyburn, Saskatchewan

This project displays the history of midwifery in Canada. It looks at the similarities and differences between past and present-day midwives and shows the importance of midwifery to Canadian history.

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