Canadian Geographic Education
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Can Geo Education is well recognized through their non-profit programs that include the Canadian Geographic Challenge, Classroom Energy Diet Challenge, and Geographic Literacy.


The Canadian GeoOlympaid is a national, bilingual competition open to all students ages 16-19 who reside in Canada. This competition will feed into the International Geography Olympiad, an annual worldwide competition. The  ​Can Geo​ Olympiad will test each student’s knowledge and understanding of geographic skills and concepts. Team Canada members will be given the opportunity to work individually and as a group to discover the diversity and power of geography. They will experience firsthand how to better understand the world through a geographic lens and learn about the important role that they can play in effecting positive change in their world.

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The Canadian Geographic Challenge is a national student competition organized nationally by Canadian Geographic Education for students from Grades 4 to 10. There are two levels of competition. Level 1 for Grades 4 to 6 is at the school level only. Level 2 for Grades 7 to 10 offers students the opportunity to compete at the provincial and national levels.

Visit the Canadian Geographic Challenge official website for more information.

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How energy literate is your class? Sign up for the annual Classroom Energy Diet Challenge and complete challenges and/or create a public service announcement and compete for great prizes!

Partner: Shell Canada

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As part of the My Parks Pass Program, Grade 8/Secondary II students can compete to win an all-expenses-paid class trip to an exciting Parks Canada site. Sign up for notifications today!

Partners: Parks Canada, The Historica-Dominion Institute, Nature Canada

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Can Geo Education is proud to be the only Canadian producer of Giant Floor Maps – 8m x 11m maps that allow students to experience geography like never before. Free of charge, these maps and their corresponding trunk of curriculum-linked activities arrive at school and are picked up three weeks later. For more information visit

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