Anna - Lethbridge, Alberta

My project is about recognising the Sisters of St. Martha in our community.

Annie - Vancouver, British Columbia

Marc Garneau was the first Canadian astronaut who orbited the earth

Ashlee - Val Marie, Saskatchewan

My heritage fair project is all about Hutterites and my grandpas story as once being a Hutterite. I share basic information about colonys and talk about my Grandpas story.

Asma - Montréal, Quebec

Ce projet porte sur l’incroyable découverte de l’insuline. L’entrée en scène du docteur Canadien Frederick Banting permet d’administrer avec succès un extrait pancréatique de qualité à Leonard Thompson, un diabétique gravement malade. En conséquence, des résultats spectaculaires sont alors observés. Ce documentaire retrace succinctement l’œuvre de Frederick Banting et les péripéties ayant à la découverte miraculeuse de l’insuline.

Ava - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

My project is about Lucy Maud's life, growing up with her and some facts and information. With my project, it comes with some rasberry cordule and Anne Of Green Gables chocolates.

Ava - Halifax, Nova Scotia

A journey through the settlement of the prairie provinces. A look at the Dominion Lands Act and the homesteader experience.

Avery - Summerside, Prince Edward Island

The focus was on Hayley Wickenheiser and her growth in female hockey. How her determination and hard work got her where she is today.

Bernz - Winnipeg, Manitoba

My project is about Winnipeg's Exchange District National Historic Site

Breanna - Oshawa, Ontario

A part of my project was discovering the connection between osteoporosis and astronauts and how research can help Canadians.

 

Breanne - Vancouver, British Columbia

This project explores Goodwin's roles as a labour activist and a conscription fighter in his life and legacy, and how they impact canada today.

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Key Dates

Are you ready for Young Citizens? Here are the key dates so you know what’s coming up next.

Winter and Spring 2019 — Heritage Fairs take place across the country.

June 4th — All Young Citizens should submit their videos to Canada’s History by this date.

June 11th — Voting Opens! Go to the profiles on YoungCitizens.ca and start voting for your favorite videos. You will be able to vote once for each video!

August 31st — Winners will be contacted by this date.

Fall 2019 or Winter 2020 — Winners will travel to Ottawa for the Canada’s History Forum (date to be confirmed).

Project partially funded by the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage.
  • Canadian Heritage / Patrimoine Canadien
  • Government of Canada
  • HBC: Hudson's Bay Company
  • ecentricarts inc.