Thursday, 21 February 2013

CWSF 2011, Toronto, Ontario. - 50th Anniversary (May 14) -(May 21).

CWSF 2011, Toronto, Ontario. - 50th Anniversary  (May 14) -(May 21)CWSF 2010, May 16-23, in Peterborough, Ontario.

CWSF 2011, Toronto, Ontario. - 50th Anniversary  (May 14) -(May 21)

Elaner Pound (Learning Foundation) Leona Dombrowsky, Min. of Education
Emmanuelle Bérubé,Theresa DeCola,Emilie Leneveu,Govind Pisharodi,Jenny Xue


From the CWSF 2011 Host Committee...

2011 CWSF Host CommitteeWelcome to Toronto! We are delighted to host this year’s event and celebrate 50 years of scientific achievement by young scientists at the Canada Wide Science Fair.
During the week of May 14-21, 2011, you will be joined by another 500 young scientists from across Canada, 500 judges, 300 volunteers, and 200 adult delegates / chaperones to showcase your scientific prowess, explore Seneca College and Toronto, and interact with like-minded individuals.
You have already demonstrated excellence by being selected to attend this prestigious event. During the day of judging, be confident, have fun and be proud of your accomplishments. We have scheduled two mornings for local schools and one morning for the public to visit the fair. They are looking forward to talking with you about your projects and hearing about your science fair experiences. Visiting students will look to you for encouragement, and your enthusiasm for science and technology will inspire them in their own scientific endeavours.
Seneca College Newnham Campus is located in North York and is one of the largest college campuses in Canada. Participants in the 2011 Canada Wide Science Fair will stay in the college residence and be within walking distance of the cafeteria, exhibit hall and outdoor recreational facilities.
We have an exciting week planned with many cultural, social and scientific events throughout the city. Some of the highlights include formal banquets with fabulous food, a full-day tour in the heart of Toronto, and social events to rock your evenings!
Throughout the week you will have the opportunity to form lifelong friendships with finalists from across Canada who share a passion for science and technology. You will also have the chance to interact with professional scientists and researchers from universities, colleges and the many government, private research facilities and industries in the city.
The 2011 Host Committee has been working hard to ensure this event is both memorable and a highlight of your school career. We look forward to hosting you and showing you all that Toronto and surrounding area has to offer!
Congratulations and we look forward to seeing you in Toronto!
Your CWSF 2011 Host Committee,
Liette Philippe & Margot Wassenaar-Faber
Co-Chairs, 2011 CWSF

From Youth Science Canada...

Elaine Ma, Chair - YSC Board of DirectorsOn behalf of the Board of Directors of Youth Science Canada, I would like to congratulate you for being selected to represent your region at the 2011 Canada-Wide Science Fair.
Your enthusiasm, interest and perseverance are an example for all youth to follow. Your participation at this prestigious event could be a contributing factor to your future success. You could be a discoverer, an inventor or a researcher who will shape the future of our global society. You could be influencing your future and the future of Canada in the scientific world as well as assuming the role of leading Canada in the pursuit of excellence in science and technology.
At this annual event, you will have an opportunity to experience a fulfilling and rewarding scientific, cultural and social experience and to build a network with fellow finalists, scientists, corporate representatives and like-minded youth.
We hope that CWSF 2011 will be an exciting and rewarding event for you and that you will share your experience with friends, family and your community when you return.
We look forward to meeting you in Toronto and we wish you all the best with your preparations for the national event.
Elaine Ma
Chair, Board of Directors
Youth Science Canada
This week-long national competition brings together over 1,000 participants: 500 finalists (top students in grades 7-12/Cégep), 200 adult delegates and 500 highly qualified judges from local colleges, universities, public and private sector labs.

These top young scientists compete for medals, cash awards, scholarships and other prizes worth $1 million.
Apart from the science, the fair is its own unique experience; banquets, sightseeing tours, special events, dances and more – the CWSF goes out of its way to create an exciting cultural experience for all participants.
The CWSF is organized by Youth Science Canada in partnership with a local volunteer committee. CWSF 2011 will take place at Seneca College-Newnham Campus.
Finalists are selected to attend the CWSF by Youth Science Canada affiliated Regional Science Fairs.

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