2021 Young Citizens Revealed

Celebrating ten years of buliding a national community of young storytellers

Posted November 27, 2021

Canada’s National History Society launched the tenth edition of the Young Citizens program this year. Since the program's inception in 2012, more than 1,100 projects have been created by young Canadians who share a passion for history and are great leaders in their schools and communities.

Canada’s History is pleased to announce the winners of the 2021 Young Citizens program.

Congratulations to this year’s winners:


Chase R.
St. Catharines, Ontario

The Lancaster Bomber

Joliane R.
Beresford, New Brunswick

La découverte de l'insuline

Cici L.
Richmond, British Columbia

Chinatown’s Story

Alice D.
Vancouver, British Columbia

L’effet de la Seconde Guerre mondiale sur l’industrie spatiale canadienne

Youth Committee Choice Award

Freddie Z.
Vancouver, British Columbia
Taking Stock of Stocks: The Evolution of the Toronto Stock Exchange

Gianni F.
Rivière-Verte, New Brunswick
Les ponts couverts du Nouveau-Brunswick

Honorable Mentions

Adela D.
St. Catharines, Ontario
Digital Museum Exhibit — Albert Wesley Dunkley (Great Grandfather)

Lincoln M.
Vancouver, British Columbia
How Railways Affected Vancouver’s History

Axel D.
Georgetown, Prince Edward Island
The Arrow

Clare S.
Miramichi, New Brunswick
Saint Paul’s Church

Prabhnoor S.
Prince George, British Columbia
Sikh History in Canada

Jacob A.
Fairisle, New Brunswick
Les plantes sauvages et comestibles du Nouveau-Brunswick

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