Aaliyah - Winnipeg, Manitoba

I sign about Elijah Harper, the help and work he did for aboriginal people across Canada.

Aaron - Delta, British Columbia

The Somalia Affair was the flawed peacekeeping mission that ruined our country's reputation. To this day, it remains a large, dark ominous spot on a otherwise flawless history.

Abby - Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

My project is on Canada and the Titanic. I chose this topic because many Canadians don't know how Canada relates to the Titanic disaster and I would like to bring more attention to it. I hope you enjoy and learn lots!

Adit - Winnipeg, Manitoba

This project is about the importance of Col. J.B. Mitchell to Manitoba History and Winnipeg Schools.

Ahnais - Cornwall, Prince Edward Island

My project describes the architecture and history of Province House National Historic Site. I also describe the important events that occurred in Province House National Historic Site, such as the historic Charlottetown Conference that took place from Sept 1-9, 1864.

Alecia - Summerside, Prince Edward Island

My project is about the Acadians, how they lived and what they suffered through. I researched the deportation of 1758 and discovered the Britains shipped them away.

Alex - Vancouver, British Columbia

My project is on the Chinese immigration to Canada past and present. It talks about the head tax and what is happening now with Mainland Chinese people immigrating to Canada.

Alexander - Whitehorse, Yukon Territory

My story is about Louis Riel and the North West Rebellion. He was a famous Metis leader in western Canada who was both a hero and a rebel.

Alexandra - Vancouver, British Columbia

Lors de ce projet, j'ai analysé la tenue rigide que le gouvernement canadien a prise contre les déportés juifs après la Seconde Guerre mondiale. J'ai exploré mes liens familiaux avec cet événement mondial et les répercussions de l'attitude du gouvernement.

Ally - Regina, Saskatchewan

My video tells you about why the Famous Five were so important to Canada's history. It also tells you how the Famous Five achieved their goal of recognizing women as persons.

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Voting is over

Voting is now closed for the 2014 Young Citizens program. Thank you to everyone who visited and cast their vote!

We are now tabulating the votes and the judges are reviewing the videos. The winners will be contacted in August.

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