Twenty of Canada’s top high school scientists have been selected by Youth Science Canada to represent the country at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) May 8-13 in Los Angeles, California. Intel ISEF is the world’s largest science fair.
21 year-old Ben Gulak, who first presented his "Uno" electric unicycle as a member of Team Canada-ISEF in 2007, has been named as one of the "Nifty Fifty" speakers to be featured at the 2nd USA Science & Engineering Festival, April 27-29, 2012 in Washington, DC.
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Canada-Wide Science Fair, the 2011 Host Committee is proud to introduce an exciting new program: the CWSF Ambassadors! The CWSF Ambassadors will be a group of previous CWSF participants who will act as the face of the fair to all finalists and delegates throughout the week. Read more
Youth Science Canada has identified seven challenges that focus on issues that are important to Canadian youth, the future of their country and their world. The Canada-Wide Youth Science Challenges are meant to inspire students to exercise their curiosity and creativity by answering a question or solving a problem by doing a science project. The top junior, intermediate, and senior project at the CWSF in each challenge will receive an award.
Specifically, we challenge Canadian youth to: Read more
Today at its offices in New York City, Google launched the Google Science Fair (GSF) - a global online competition for students 13 to 18 years old. Students enter their projects online in a format very similar to that required by regional science fairs across Canada and the Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF). Youth Science Canada is encouraging all Canadian students who sign up for the GSF to also enter their project in their local regional science fair. Read more