2022 Young Citizens Revealed

Celebrating eleven years of buliding a national community of young storytellers.

Posted October 21, 2022

Canada’s National History Society launched the eleventh 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 2022 Young Citizens program.

Congratulations to this year’s winners:


Mannat V.
Surrey, British Columbia

Bomb Girls: If you can walk, creep or crawl, SIGN HERE!

Charlotte H.
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

P.E.I. Railway

Calian M.
Kingston, Ontario

Les pensionnats autochtones

Charles-Frances R.
Fredericton, New Brunswick

Tin Out of Tin — This History of a Cigarette Tin

Honourable Mentions

Asiya I.
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada's Contribution to the Space Race During the Cold War

Freddie Z.
Vancouver, British Columbia
How an Animal Started a Revolution: The Beaver Wars

Gus C.
Rothesay, New Brunswick
Gus Goes Nuclear

Lindsay S.
Ompah, Ontario
Barbara Sproule —Youngest Teacher in Ontario

Prabhnoor S.
Prince George, British Columbia
The Komagata Maru Incident

Isaac N.
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
Italy’s Not-so-soft Underbelly

Jehanne T.
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Racial Segregation of Black People in Canada

Miguel R.
Saint-Léonard-Parent, New Brunswick
Les Malécites

Samyuktha S. K.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Cancer Coverage in Canada

Ricky C.
Toronto, Ontario
Spanish Flu: How the Death of Survivors Impacted Families

Shreyanshi V.
Richmond, British Columbia
The Canadian Walkie-Talkie

Kanav G.
Regina, Saskatchewan
Space Radiation

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