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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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“Geography is the lens for the soul of the earth. With the knowledge of geography, one can examine the earth’s past, assess the present and predict future situations. You can literally be ‘lost’ without geography!”



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