Remembering Michael O’Neil: A Dedicated Volunteer

Youth Science Canada mourns the loss of Michael O'Neil, a long-time volunteer and supporter. For over a decade, Michael was a vital part of our community, sharing his time, expertise, and passion for STEM with countless young Canadians.

Sajeev standing in front of brick building

From Googly-Eyed Robots to Gene Editing with Sajeev Kohli – Alumni Profile

Sajeev is busy addressing a range of issues facing different groups of people around the world, and his experiences with science fairs have shaped the way he’s able to think deeply about a range of subjects. We chatted with Sajeev about his adventures in STEM, here’s what he had to say.  

Jackson Weir in front of science fair project

Using Science to Improve the World with Jackson Weir – Alumni Profile

After science fair shaped the way he sees the world, Jackson is letting his curiosity guide his work in addressing the enormous challenge that is cancer treatment. We chatted with Jackson about his adventures in STEM, here’s what he had to say. 

Kelcie at Bayer Youth Ag Summit

Advocating for Diversity with Kelcie Miller-Anderson – Alumni Profile

Science fair is full of surprises, and even when life takes unexpected directions, it’s the same curiosity & mindset which you can take with you along the journey. We chatted with Kelcie about her adventures in STEM, here’s what she had to say.

Ontario students take top prizes at EU Contest for Young Scientists

Hardit Singh and Calvin Karthik represented Canada and won top prizes for their groundbreaking projects at virtual EUCYS 2020/21

CWSF scholarship winners attend STEM Entrepreneurship Experience

Twenty high school students from across Canada gathered this week at the 2021 STEM Entrepreneurship Experience at York University, Lassonde School of Engineering.

Honouring Yumna Afzaal

London student participated in the 2019 Thames Valley Science and Engineering Fair

Team Canada earns four awards at virtual Regeneron ISEF 2021

Eight students participated as members of Team Canada-ISEF at this year’s virtual Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), May 16 to 21, and they represented the country extremely well, earning four awards.

Biogas production and teleophthalmology top this year’s Canada-Wide Science Fair best project awards

Seven students take top honours among 337 outstanding STEM projects

61 bold and inquisitive Canadian students each win a Ted Rogers Innovation Award through Canada’s regional ‘virtual’ STEM fair network

A total of 61 students across Canada have taken home a $100 cash award as part of the Ted Rogers Innovation Awards program.

Congratulations to Nicholas Johnson

Congratulations to Nicholas Johnson, CWSF 2011 alumnus, on becoming first Black valedictorian in Princeton history

CWSF Alumnus works on designs for protective gear during COVID-19 pandemic

Cyril Mani is working with a team of fellow McGill students to design protective gear for health-care professionals