We fuel the curiosity of Canadian youth through STEM projects

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Youth Science Canada

Youth Science Canada enables Canadian youth to investigate scientific questions and develop innovative solutions related to current and future challenges.

News and Stories

10 youth jumping in the air with their hands up. All are wearing purple shirts which represent their CWSF Ambassador leadership position.

CWSF 2023 Ambassadors Announced

Youth Science Canada is pleased to announce the 13 alumni who have been selected to serve as Ambassadors for CWSF 2023 in Edmonton.

Canada-Wide Science Fair Ambassadors wearing teal and purple, waving signs and welcoming students to CWSF

CWSF 2023 Ambassador Applications Now Open!

Youth Science Canada (YSC) is pleased to announce that the Ambassador Program will be returning for the 2023 Canada-Wide Science Fair, in Edmonton, Alberta. We are now accepting applications.

Applications for Team Canada to the 2023 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair now closed

Youth Science Canada, Canada’s national organization engaging youth through STEM projects, has closed applications for selection to Team Canada-ISEF 2023. In total, 96 applications from 9 provinces plus 2 students living abroad were submitted and will be evaluated to go onto the second round.

Youth Science Canada issues last call for students, Grades 9-12 (and Cégep), to join Team Canada at Regeneron ISEF 2023

Youth Science Canada, a national organization engaging youth through STEM projects, encourages Canadian students, Grades 9-12 (including Cégep in Quebec), to apply for one of eight spots on Team Canada-ISEF 2023. The deadline to apply is Thursday, December 15

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Are you a student?

Your passion and skills can help solve some of the biggest global challenges through STEM. Do a project. We’ll help you get started.

“As a Grade 13 student, I participated in the city science fair in Toronto and then went on to represent my region at the Canada-Wide Science Fair. It was an experience that would ultimately define my life.”

Dr. Roberta Bondar
astronaut, neurologist, physician, educator, photographer

“Science fair was a life-changing experience that really made me realize, if I set my mind to something, anything is possible. It was an exciting moment for a 15-year-old.”

Ann Makosinski
inventor, writer, Time Magazine and Forbes Magazine 30 Under 30, Entrepreneur Magazine’s Young Millionaire

“The main goal is not winning awards but to make the world a better place. With our more sustainable, natural and vegetarian protein, dietary fibre and oils, we are addressing some of the world’s largest food supply challenges.”

Adam Noble
Noblegen founder/CEO, CWSF 2013 Best Project Award, Intel ISEF 2012 First Place Grand Award

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