2018 Winners

Congratulations to all the winners of the 2017 YRE Canada National Competition. This year, youth from across the country investigated solutions to plastic pollution in their communities, and shared their findings through video, photography, or writing. Take a look at the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place entries below.

First Place Winners

Ages 11-14

Alexia Giannaris

Don Valley Middle School
(Toronto, Ont.)

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Ages 15-18

Abhayjeet Sachal Singh & Faith Carswell

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, B.C. )

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Ages 11-14

Sophia Schultz

Heritage Christian Online School
(Fort Langley, B.C.)

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Ages 15-18

Ben Waese-Perlman and Liam Kane Meilleur

Bloor Collegiate Institute
(Toronto, Ont.)

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Ages 11-14

Wayne Zhang, Daniel Ruttan, and Andrew Cui

Seaquam Seconday School
(Delta, B.C.)

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Ages 15-18

Ria Chakraborty and Elin Liu

Bloor Collegiate Institute
(Toronto, Ont. )

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Congratulations to all the winners of the 2017 YRE Canada National Competition. This year, youth from across the country investigated solutions to plastic pollution in their communities, and shared their findings through video, photography, or writing. Take a look at the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place entries below.

Second Place Winners

Ages 11-14

Aly Ezzerlarab, Ajey Thevarajah, and Kelvin Wong

Don Valley Middle School
(Toronto, Ont.)

Category: video

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Ages 15-18

Himani Sangamesh, Samia Anwar, and Yusra Chowdhury

Bloor Collegiate Institute
(Toronto, Ont.)

Category: video

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Ages 15-18

Pranav Agnihotri, Dryden Wiebe, and Sarvan Gill

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, B.C. )

Category: photo

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Ages 11-14

Aminah Reza

Sir William Gage MS
(Brampton, Ont.)

Category: article

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Ages 15-18

Anna Wood and Emily Hunt

St. Ignatius High School
(Thunder Bay, Ont.)

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Congratulations to all the winners of the 2017 YRE Canada National Competition. This year, youth from across the country investigated solutions to plastic pollution in their communities, and shared their findings through video, photography, or writing. Take a look at the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place entries below.

Third Place Winners

Ages 11-14

Samriddhi Singh

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, B.C. )

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Ages 11-14

Emily Gauthier, Taitum Olfert, and Sierra Lamontagne

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, B.C.)

Category: video

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Ages 15-18

Emily Scocchia and Jillian D’Angelo

St. Ignatius High School
(Thunder Bay, Ont.)

Category: video

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Ages 15-18

Muhammad Huzaifa Wahla, Mushin Khan, and Muhammad Umer Gundhra

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, B.C. )

Category: photo

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Ages 11-14

Tajratan Dhillon

Sir William Gage Middle School
(Brampton, Ont.)

Category: article

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Ages 15-18

Mariah Toset, Victoria Zieroth, and Sara Dominelli

St. Ignatius High School
(Thunder Bay, Ont.)

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Congratulations to the Canadian entries that placed in the top three in the 2016 international Young Reporters for the Environment competition. This prestigious competition, organized by the Foundation for Environmental Education, receives entries every year from more than 25 countries around the world.

International Winners

Ages 11-14 (Honourable Mention)

Sophia Schultz

Heritage Christian Online School
(Fort Langley, B.C.)

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