Congratulations to all of our participants, sponsors, and volunteers for making this year's science fair a huge success.

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Update from the Canada Wide Science Fair


Congratulations to the following FLASF participants and local students who received a medal at the Canada Wide Science Fair!


Misha van Anders, project ‘Canoe believe it?’, Calvin Park PS:

Bronze Medal, Junior Division


Ryan Layton-Matthews, project ‘Walking on Thin Ice’, Calvin Park PS:

Silver Medal, Junior Division


Sebi Menard, project ‘ Roofing for a Green Future’, King’s Town School:

Silver Medal, Junior Division

Challenge Award for Environment & Climate Change, Junior Division


Parmin Sedigh, project ‘Exposure to glyphosate-based herbicide and zebrafish fin regeneration’, LCVI:

Silver Medal, Senior Division

Sanofi Biogenius Canada Award, Senior Division


Anjali Patel, project ‘Discovery of Novel Gene Biomarkers to Improve CAR-T Cell Immunotherapy for Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma’, Calvin Park PS:

Gold Medal, Junior Division

Challenge Award for Disease & Illness, Junior Division



STEM Projects and COVID-19

We enter the current STEM fair season during the highest infection rates recorded in Canada. All STEM fair projects must adhere to the safety standards in place in their province and municipality to support the health and safety of all participants, including the youth carrying out the project. All local COVID-19 protocols must be followed in detail. Projects that fail to observe COVID-19 restrictions in place at the time they are carried out are ineligible to participate in STEM fairs. The FLASF Safety and Ethics Committee has the responsibility to determine whether this is the case.

All students working on STEM fair projects are encouraged to find alternatives to using human participants where possible.


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