This is the Manitoba Schools Science Symposium (MSSS) in Winnipeg, Manitoba at the University of Winnipeg Duckworth Centre where approximately 500 Science Fairs projects (including Invent an Alien) during the weekend April 24-27
The official banner at the Super expo-sciences Bell, finale québécoise at École Mont-Bleu in Gatineau.
Super Expo-sciences Bell, finale québécoise at École Mont-Bleu in Gatineau
Brent Regier departing from London airport with Mary and Rob.
This was me (Colin Stark) in room 554 on Rundle Hall. As you can see, I've also brought along my lovely wife, Val (in photo form) since she couldn't make it this year to Calgary. She was a big help last year when we were at the University of Saskatoon in Saskatchewan. I also found bringing along your own iron to be very useful. Luckily, this year, they had washers and dryers on every floor. The tack board in every room was also convenient.
Eeeeek! Its Heather! whats she doing here (again!)
Andrea thinks she understands this ranch thing too!
All of the ranches working on their stuff
Here is delegate Lou Van Rysselt from St. James, Manitoba with his finalists Alex Girdner and Brock Bieber at the airport for their second Canada Wide Science Fair. They also went last year at Saskatoon. Great job, boys!
This is the Team Manitoba contingent quickly departing from the bus to Rundle and Kannanaskis Residences. Everyone was excited to be in Calgary for the Canada Wide Science Fair.
This was the Australian contingent in front of their table of wears which they used for trading on the last day of the fair. They were great ambassadors for their country!
15-year old Josh Eisenstat, a grade 10 student at Grant Park High School in Winnipeg, won $2000.00 in the Intermediate category of the Genome Canada Awards as well as $700.00 for his silver medal. He is also entered in the Wisdom Exchange Program.
Darren Haber and Jordon Ottenson, both 13 year old boys in grade 8 at Grant Park High School in Winnipeg won $500.00 from Genome Canada as well as $700.00 for their silver medal in the Junior category of Life Sciences. As well, they won a $1000.00 entrance scholarship.
These young finalists from Nova Scotia were just "catching some rays" Nova Scotia style, as they told me. I'm sure they were just joking.
The Lambton, and Kent groups wait for the LRT to downtown Calgary.