Canada's History Youth Committee Members

About the Youth Committee

The Canada’s History Youth Committee is composed of up to 13 youth from across Canada to provide Canada’s History Society with their ideas on shaping the Heritage Fair and Young Citizens programs. The Youth Committee helps identify opportunities to improve the programs and works on projects to implement those changes. 

If you have any questions or want to learn more about the Canada’s History Youth Committee, please contact Brooke Campbell at

Meet the Members

Ethan Done

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Hello, my name is Ethan Done and I am a grade 11 student at Tommy Douglas Collegiate. I am honored to be representing Saskatchewan in Canada's History Youth Committee. When I was 11 years old I first got involved with history by starting a coin collection. Since then I have been honored to attend two provincial heritage fairs. I believe that history is important because by looking at the past you can get a glimpse into the future.

Zoe Elverum

Pond Inlet, Nunavut

The name is Zoe Elverum and I am from Pond Inlet, Nunavut. Some quick facts about myself: First of all, I have dwarfism!!  If I’m not talking up a storm or in a deep conversation with someone, you can find me reading and doing research on the Franklin Expedition or mentoring elementary school students after school. In 2017 I participated in the Young Citizens program with my project on the History of Paramedics. The greatest historical event I am fascinated in is the mystery of the Franklin Expedition. I believe the mystery of the Franklin Expedition has majorly shaped Canada’s History and has lead to much of the creation of Canada’s North.

Christine Jean-Julien

Ottawa, Ontario

Hello ! My name is Christine Jean-Julien. I am 15 years old and I go to Immaculata High School which is located in Ottawa, Ontario. I’m in grade 10 and I’m part of the school’s jazz band and orchestra. I love to read and travel. A fun fact about me is that I can play 8 different instruments.

Alison Xia

Richmond, British Columbia

Alison Xia is a student at Steveston-London Secondary in Richmond, British Columbia with a passion for collaborating and connecting with others. She is currently in the Royal Canadian Air Cadet Program, where she teaches public speaking and aviation. In her free time, Alison enjoys playing the trumpet and is a volunteer band assistant for an elementary school.

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