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Past participants

2014 - Zach Vanthournout (Hillsborough, NB)

2009 - Aliisa Sarte (Coquitlam, BC)

2008 - Matteo Babini (Surrey, BC)

2007 - Sonia Rebellato (Mississauga, ON)

2006 - Natalie Jalette (Pembroke, ON)

2005 - Ryan Nugent (Lethbridge, AB)

2004 - John Doucet (Toronto, ON)

2003 - Jim Pedersson (Kamloops, BC)

2002 - Roxanne Coupal (Ottawa, ON)

2001 - Nancy Clarke (Toronto, ON)

2000 - Andrew Young (Courtenay, BC)

1999 - Michael Ball (Whitney, ON)

1998 - Marlene V.C. Hume (Oakville, ON)

1997 - Helen McWilliams (Halifax, ON)

1995 - Carlee Hurl (Edmonton, AB)

1994 - Rod Murray (Peel Board of Education, ON)

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