2019 Winners

Congratulations to all the winners of the 2019 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

Hamidah Oderinwale

Sir William Gage Middle School
(Brampton, ON)

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Ages 11-14

Karman Kapoor

Treeline Public School
(Brampton, ON)

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Ages 11-14

Gurleen Bhandal, Navreen Sekhon & Soumil Walia

Seaquam Secondary
(North Delta, BC)

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Ages 15-18

Diane Huang

Gleneagle Secondary School
(Coquitlam, BC)

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Ages 15-18

Luckshana Ganeshananda

Emily Carr Secondary School
(Vaughan, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Janelle Feng

Gleneagle Secondary
(Coquitlam, BC)

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Congratulations to all the winners of the 2019 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

Arham Ali

Morning Star Middle School
(Brampton, ON)

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Ages 11-14

Komal Kainth

Treeline Public School
(Brampton, ON)

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Ages 11-14

Jasmeen Grewal & Karena Kular

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, BC)

Category: video

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Ages 15-18

Emmalee Barrett

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, BC)

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Ages 15-18

Sidney Shaw

Unionville High School
(Markham, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Erica Johnston & Lily Whittle

Bracebridge and Muskoka Lakes Seconday School
(Bracebridge, ON)

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Congratulations to all the winners of the 2019 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

Kira Patel

Morning Star Middle School
(Mississauga, ON)

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Ages 11-14

Harguntoj Thind

Treeline Public School
(Brampton, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Bella Todd

St. John's College
(Brantford, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Angelica Longobardi

Emily Carr Secondary School
(Woodbridge, ON)

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Congratulations to the Canadian entries that placed in the top three in the 2019 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 15-18 (1st Place)

Luckshana Ganeshananda

Emily Carr Secondary School
(Vaughan, ON)

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Ages Ages 15-18 (2nd Place)

Diane Huang

Gleneagle Secondary School
(Coquitlam, BC)

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Ages 15-18 (3rd Place)

Janelle Feng

Gleneagle Secondary
(Coquitlam, BC)

Category: video

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