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Science Fairs in British Columbia and the Yukon inspire and enable students to progress with their projects from the classroom, school, district fairs to regional, national and international competitions.

2021 Fair to be held Virtually

Fair Contact:
Morgan Whitehouse
E-mail: mwhitehouse@exc.sd73.bc.ca
Website

Participating in the 2021 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair

Fair Contact:
Anjula Corbin
Tel: 250-964-4408 
E-mail: acorbin@sd57.bc.ca
Website
Participating in the 2021 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair

Fair Contact:
Shona Becker
Phone: 250-770-7650
E-mail: sbecker@summer.com
Website
2021 Fair to be held Virtually

Fair Contact:
Darcy Verbeurgt
Tel: 250-417-2089
E-mail: dverbeurgt@shaw.ca
Website
Participating in the 2021 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair

Fair Contact:
Dr. Lucy Lee
Email: fvrsf@ufv.ca
Website
2021 Fair to be held Virtually

Fair Contact:
Caedmon Nash
E-mail: chair@gvrsf.ca
Website
2021 Fair to be held Virtually

Fair Contact:
Jennie Copeland
jcopeland@prn.bc.ca 
Website
2021 Fair to be held Virtually

Fair Contact:
Katrina Kornylo
Email: kkornylo@viw.sd84.bc.ca
Participating in the 2021 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair

Fair Contact:
Karen Price
Phone: 250-877-8665
Email: pricedau@telus.net
Website
Participating in the 2021 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair

Fair Contact:
Favian Yee
Tel: 604-596-7471 ext. 301
Email: favyee@deltasd.bc.ca
Website
Participating in the 2021 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair

Fair Contact:
Rossi Marx
Tel: 250-721-7089
E-mail: rmmarx@uvic.ca
Website
Participating in the 2021 BC/Yukon Virtual Science Fair

Fair Contact:
Ann McDonnell
Tel: 250-352-5591
E-mail: ann.mac22@gmail.com
Website
2021 Fair to be held Virtually

Fair Contact:
Ryan Sikkes
yukonstikinersfs@gmail.com
Website
Science Fair Provincial Awards

The Provincial Awards Program is available to all participants of the 14 Regional Science Fairs of BC and the Yukon. The Provincial Awards are generously sponsored by corporations and organizations who support youth's success in science and technology. 

 

$100 Cash to Student.

To be awarded at each British Columbia Regional Science Fair to the best project demonstrating the principles of occupational hygiene. The student(s) must have consulted with people in the community or region about the content of their project. The student(s) must show creativity, innovation and enthusiasm in the display of the project.

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$65 

To be awarded to an outstanding project that shows the practical application of scientific principles to agriculture. Students from Grades 5 to 12 are eligible for the award.

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Cash to Student.
Junior $50
Intermediate $100
Senior $150

To be awarded to the student(s) whose project demonstrates creativity and innovation in computer science, mathematics, engineering, or astronomy. 
 
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$75 Cash to Student.

To be awarded to an outstanding project that demonstrates the creative use of advanced science and technology to enhance vegetable plant productivity and quality. Projects eligible for this award include those in the area of biological pest control, irrigation, nutrition, growing media, climate control and mechanics.
Available to Fraser Valley, Greater Vancouver and South Fraser Regional Science Fairs only.

$100 Cash to Student.

To be awarded to a student(s) in Grades 4 to 12 who creates a project which creatively demonstrates electrical conservation and its environmental, social and economical impacts.

 

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$75 Cash Award to a Junior student per region.
$75 Cash Award to a Senior student per region.

To be awarded at each British Columbia Regional Science Fair to the best natural history project done by a student(s) in Grades 6 to 8 (junior) and Grades 9 to 12 (senior). This includes studies of any aspect of natural history, conservation of natural habitats, and/or natural species. An outdoor, nature monitoring or conservation project is strongly encouraged.

$100 Cash to Student.

To be awarded to a student(s) from grades 7 or 8 for an experimental project in any category that has clearly presented a hypothesis and independent, controlled variables.

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Cash to Student determined by each local Chapter.

To be awarded to outstanding engineering projects. Projects eligible for this award include those in the fields of chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, industrial and mechanical engineering as well as systems design.

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Two Awards, Each $100 Cash to Students.

To be awarded to two projects per region dealing with a topic of genomic interest. Students in all grades are eligible for this award.

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$1,000 Scholarship Nomination to be awarded to a Grade 11 or 12 student who has developed a science and technology project focused on areas of strategic importance such as human health, forestry, fisheries, agriculture, bioenergy, mining, and the environment. The winner must pursue a science degree in British Columbia.

To be eligible this award, projects must be nominated. Each Regional Science Fair Judging Committee will select and nominate deserving projects from those entries submitted to the fair. The award winner(s) will be required to submit proof of enrolment at a post secondary institution. Please refer to nomination forms for specific requirements. The completed nomination forms must be submitted to the Science Fair Foundation of BC.

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Minimum $2,000 Scholarship

To be awarded to a Grade 11 or 12 student(s) who has developed a science and technology innovation with the potential to benefit British Columbia. The winner(s) must be selected for CWSF and to receive the award, he/she must enroll full-time in a science and technology program in a British Columbia post-secondary institution.

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$75 Cash to Student

To be awarded to a student(s) in Grades 6 to 12 who has done an outstanding physics-related project.

$100 Cash to Student.

To be given to young women, preferably in Grades 8 to 10, whose project shows the greatest curiosity, ingenuity and innovation in design. The award is intended to encourage the student’s interest in science. A student may not receive this award more than once.

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$200 Cash to Student.

To be awarded to an outstanding junior or intermediate project related to land, aquatic or marine environment reclamation and/or rehabilitation.

To be eligible this award, projects must be nominated. Each Regional Science Fair Judging Committee will select and nominate deserving projects from those entries submitted to the fair. Please refer to nomination forms for specific requirements. The completed nomination forms must be submitted to the Science Fair Foundation of BC.

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$50 Cash to Student ($25 each if two people on team).

To be awarded to a young woman, or a partnership including at least one young woman, who presents and communicates an ingenious solution to an engineering or applied science problem/project by applying their knowledge of science and math.
Available to all 14 regions.

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