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GeoChallenge Winners

The national final of the Great Canadian Geography Challenge wrapped up in mid-April, and saw Lucas Grande from Ancaster, Ont., take home the $3,000 scholarship top prize. “It was a really great feeling to win,” Grande says. Malhaar Moharir, from Toronto, finished second, winning a $2,000 scholarship. Jack Cheng, from Calgary, nabbed third, winning a $1,000 scholarship.

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