Winners’ gallery 2015

Using their creativity and imagination, youth from all across Canada took up the challenge to explore Canada's history, culture, and identity and to discover what makes this country a truly special place. See what makes the winners of the 2015 Canada Day Challenge proud to be Canadian through art, photography and creative writing.

Draw it!

Poster by Shayla MacInnis, national winner in the Draw it!

National Winner
Shayla MacInnis
Winnipeg, Manitoba
15 years old

Poster by Ruth Weng, finalist in the Draw it!

Finalist
Ruth Weng
Burnaby, British-Columbia
15 years old

Poster by Katherine Yuan, finalist in the Draw it!

Finalist
Katherine Yuan
Calgary, Alberta
13 years old

Snap it!

Photo taken by Eric Duivenvoorden, national winner in Snap it!

National Winner
Eric Duivenvoorden
Upper Kingsclear, New Brunswick
14 years old

Photo taken by Luke Sprigg, finalist in Snap it!

Finalist
Luke Sprigg
Mount Albert, Ontario
15 years old

Photo taken by Regan Wiebe, finalist in Snap it!

Finalist
Regan Wiebe
MacGregor, Manitoba
16 years old

Write it!

National Winner
Misturah Evbogame
Winnipeg, Manitoba
10 years old

Finalist
Faith Dong
Richmond Hill, Ontario
14 years old

Finalist
Linda Xia
Surrey, Colombie-Britannique
14 years old

2015 winner's video

Eric Duivenvoorden’s Story

Eric Duivenvoorden, winner of the 2015 Canada Day Challenge, shares his story with us.

Transcript | Watch on YouTube

Shayla MacInnis’s story

Shayla MacInnis, winner of the 2015 Canada Day Challenge, shares her story with us.

Transcript | Watch on YouTube

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