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Welcome to Yukon Stikine Regional Science Fair Society

37th Annual Yukon-Stikine
Science Fair/STEM Expo

Date: Thursday, March 28, 2024

Location: Hybrid - in person (Mount McIntyre, Grey Mountain Room) and on-line

Who: Grades 4-12 students              

Note: Up to 3 projects from Grades 7-12 will be sent to the  2024 Canada-Wide Science Fair in Ottawa!

Registration Coming Soon!

What We Offer

At Yukon Stikine Regional Science Fair Society, we inspire and engage students in science through our annual science fair competition. Our annual science fair provides students from the Yukon as well as Northern BC  with the opportunity to develop their skills in scientific inquiry, research, and communication. They can then showcase their projects and learn from each other. This can also lead to an opportunity to compete in the Canada-wide science fair

Science Fair Competition

Our annual science fair competition is open to all students in the Yukon Stikine region. Students can participate in individual or team projects in various categories such as life sciences, physical sciences, engineering, and more. Winners of the competition can advance to higher levels of competition, such as the Canada-Wide Science Fair.

Teacher and Guardian Resources

We provide resources to teachers and parents who want to get involved in promoting science education.

Volunteer Opportunities

We rely on the support of volunteers to make our science fair competition a success. Volunteers can help with the  judging during our annual science fair  that takes place in Whitehorse, Yukon. 

Our Funders 

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We are grateful for the support of our sponsors who help us provide valuable learning opportunities to students in the Yukon Stikine region.

We thank the: 

Department of Education

Department of Energy, Mines & Resources

of the Yukon Government for their continued support

We acknowledge the support of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).

Cette recherche a été financée par le Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie du Canada (CRSNG).

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