Isabelle - Halifax, Nova Scotia

Je vais presenter mon pancarte et vous expliquer comment j'ai fais mon recherche. Je vais vous montrer mes exemples des images de Barbara Reid et l'exemple que j'ai fais moi-meme. Je vais parler de comment Barbara Reid fais ses images et comment elle est devenue une illustratrice.

Isabelle - Bedford, Nova Scotia

J'ai crée un projet pour démontrer l'historique du Cirque du Soleil et je décris la différence entre les différentes cirque au monde. Je me suis habiller en acrobate du Cirque du Soleil pour présenter mon projet a l'école.

Jasleen Kaur - Vancouver, British Columbia

Irma LeVasseur was the first French-Canadian female doctor and we owe all of Quebec's women's success to her. She had many challenges through out her life and achieved so much. But at the end, she did have some regrets. Irma LeVasseur was a great French-Canadian and she did not deserve what she got at the end of her life time.

Jasnoor G - Winnipeg, Manitoba

The Edmonton Grads was a women’s championship basketball team that played from 1915-1940. They are called the Grads because after they graduated from grade 12 they asked their coach to keep coaching them, because they loved the game so much! During their 25 years as a team they won 95% of their matches, often defeating their opponents by a lot. They were champions for 25 years and their record of 502 and only 20 losses is unmatched in all of sport!

Josephine - Montreal, Quebec

A lighthearted exploration of the fascinating and in some ways controversial history of ketchup chips.

Joshua - Winnipeg, Manitoba

My project aims to discover the life and legacy of Louis Riel and to highlight his heroism. I also wanted to know who Louis Riel is in the eyes of the younger generation, so I conducted an online survey. As part of my research, I visited some of the historic sites in Winnipeg.

Keira - Freeland, Prince Edward Island

My project is on Wanda Wyatt and Wyatt heritage properties in Summerside, PEI. I talk about her life, goals and how she made a difference in the lives of women today.

Kevin - Vancouver, British Columbia

I wanted to find out how the social demographics of settlers and the economy affect the development of towns on the Canadian west coast circa 1900. I used Steveston and Duncan as case studies.

Kevin - Lockeport, Nova Scotia

My project is about how the Lobster Fishery in Nova Scotia has changed over the past 150 years. I will compare some of the major differences over the years.

Kianna - Calgary, Alberta

My project explores how the Vietnamese Boat People are part of Canada's heritage. Both my mom's family and dad's family were Boat People and came to Canada as refugees. The story of how my mom's family came to Canada inspired a Canadian Heritage Minute.

Canada accepted over 100 000 Vietnamese refugees after the Vietnam war who are now all proud Canadians. How Canada helped the Vietnamese Boat People reflects what our country is best known for - our kindness!

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