Fredericton 2019

Date May 12-15, 2019
Location Fredericton, New Brunswick
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About Canada-Wide Science Fair

The Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF) is the country’s largest annual youth science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) event, bringing together top young scientists and their projects, selected by our national network of over 100 regional STEM fairs in every province and territory.

Three days of school and public viewing welcome visitors who engage with the finalists about their projects and also experience STEM Expo – interactive and inspiring exhibits featuring ideas and opportunities in STEM.

 

News & Stories

Blog post header image showing Annabelle Rayson, Hanze Wu and Koral Kulacoglu receiving their awards on stage at the European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS) awards ceremony.

Three Canadian students take top prizes at EUCYS

Hanze (Louis) Wu, Koral Kulacoglu and Annabelle Rayson represented Canada at the EU Contest for Young Scientists event in the Netherlands, taking home top prizes for their outstanding projects.

Annabelle Rayson receiving the 2022 Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Annabelle Rayson wins 2022 Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Annabelle Rayson, CWSF 2022 Best Project (Discovery) Award winner, from Sarnia, Ontario won the 2022 Stockholm Junior Water Prize for her research on algae blooms.

CWSF returns to in-person format in 2023

Edmonton will host the 61st edition of Canada’s national annual STEM fair, May 14 to 19, 2023, at Edmonton Convention Centre

Plankton Wars and Planetary Defense take best project awards at this year’s CWSF

Seven students take top honours among 324 outstanding STEM projects

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