Watch the winning video here.

Winners

Equal weight was given to the video and the creative brief for all winning submissions. The winners of the grand prize and runner-up prizes were selected from the ten most popular videos as determined by public voting. The honourable mentions were selected from all entries.

The judges’ decisions are final and individual scores will not be shared with participants.  

Grand Prize Winner (Video)

 

 

École Antoine-Roy, Gaspé, Que.

 

The Secondary 2 class from École Antoine-Roy in Gaspé, Que., won an all-expenses-paid class trip to British Columbia this June! Mr. Bouley’s class creatively explored the natural and historic wonders of Quebec’s Forillon National Park.

 

 

 

 

Runner-up Prizes 

Montague Intermediate School, Montague, P.E.I.

The active Grade 8 students from Montague Intermediate School in Montague, P.E.I., integrated the great Canadian tradition of pond hockey into their explanation of the importance of both Dalvay-by-the-sea and Prince Edward Island National Park. 

Northside Christian School, Vanderhoof, B.C.

Northside Christian School in Vanderhoof, BC effectively married history and nature while depicting the building of Canada’s national railroad.

Toronto Waldorf School, Thornhill, Ont.

The creative Grade 8 students from Toronto Waldorf School in Thornhill, Ont., are the brains behind this wonderful claymation video. The video clearly shows how Bruce Peninsula National Park combines nature and history in a fun and engaging way.

 

 

Honourable Mentions 

Congratulations to:

Les Patriotes from Pavillon la Citadelle in Cornwall, Ont.

G78_CMS from Cedarview Middle School in Nepean, Ont.

Les Fran-tastiques from École Carrefour de l’Acadie in Deippe, N.B.

Glashan’s Canal Spikers from Glashan Public School in Ottawa, ON

Ms. Fitz’s Class from Father Mecredi Community School in Fort McMurray, AB

 

 

 

 

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