2018 Winners

Congratulations to all the winners of the 2018 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

Jay Patel and Yohann Jacob

Morning Star Middle School
(Mississauga, ON)

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Ages 11-14

Willa Crowley

Home School
(Fort St. James, BC)

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Ages 11-14

Matteo Colosimo and Johannus Fernando

Bill Crothers Secondary School
(Unionville, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Gabrielle Michael

Holy Name of Mary College School
(Mississauga, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Nathirithanaa Umachandran

Emily Carr Secondary School
(Woodbridge, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Ivy Wang

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, BC)

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Congratulations to all the winners of the 2018 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

Kudrat Ghotra

Morning Star Middle School
(Mississauga, ON)

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Ages 11-14

Brendan Smith and Keaghyn King

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, BC)

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Ages 11-14

Sukhmandip Kang, Sereena Dhindsa and Inderaj Prihar

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, BC)

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Ages 15-18

Megan Nguyen

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, BC)

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Ages 15-18

Eric Augurusa

Emily Carr Secondary School
(Woodbridge, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Sydney Ferguson and Hannah Pinsk

Bill Crothers Secondary School
(Unionville, ON)

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Congratulations to all the winners of the 2018 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

Kashish Kashish

Morning Star Middle School
(Mississauga, ON)

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Ages 11-14

Shaliyah Kerr, Ashley Mejia Jimenez and Laiba Shahid

Don Valley Middle School
(Toronto, ON)

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Ages 11-14

James Accinelli, Cody Palm and Jacob Rapp

Bill Crothers Secondary School (Unionville, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Claire Trotter

Holy Name of Mary College School
(Mississauga, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Sara Viscardi

Emily Carr Secondary School
(Woodbridge, ON)

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Ages 15-18

Kyle Chandrasena

Bill Crothers Secondary School
(Unionville, ON)

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Congratulations to the Canadian entries that placed in the top three in the 2018 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 (First Place)

Ivy Wang

Seaquam Secondary School
(Delta, BC)

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Ages 15-18 (3rd Place)

Gabrielle Michael

Holy Name of Mary College School
(Mississauga, ON)

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