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Provincial Heritage Fair

June 5, 2024 - Government House in Regina

Heritage Saskatchewan would like to thank everybody involved for making the 2024 Heritage Fairs season such a great success! Everyone had a wonderful time learning, sharing, competing, exploring, and celebrating our heritage. Thankfully, no one (and no projects) blew away!

Check out the 2024 Photo Album !

See also 2023 Photo Album 

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Congratulations to all who took part 
in the 2024 Provincial Heritage Fair!

The event featured 53 students from across the province and their projects on diverse
heritage topics of local, provincial, and national significance. Photo Album Coming Soon!

2024 Provincial Fair Finalists and Guests

2024 Provincial Heritage Fair Award Winners:

Archives Award: "Up the Johns!": The History of the Royal Regina Rifles (Brianne Bell) (Gr. 6, Regina)

Mixed Media Award: Thérèse Casgrain (Sophie Beros) (Gr. 6, Regina)

Innovation Award: Frederick Banting et la découverte d'insuline (Rohit Judge) (Gr. 8, Saskatoon)

Historical Thinking Award: The First in Three: Alex Decoteau (Lawson Lofstrom) (Gr. 6, Saskatoon)

SK Heritage Foundation Award: L'éducation sur la réconciliation #62-65 (Holden Alexson) (Gr. 5, Prince Albert)

Heritage Saskatchewan 15th Anniversary Award: The Library Revolution (Camryn Michener) (Gr. 6, Moose Jaw)

SK Genealogical Society Family History Award: Chinese Immigration (Hayley McLeod) (Gr. 8, Regina)

SK Archaeological Society Prize: The Burgess Shale: Strange Creatures of Canada (Rinoa Harthe Agravante) (Gr. 6, Moose Jaw)

The winners of the Archives, Mixed Media, Innovation, and Historical Thinking Awards will each receive a bursary cheque of $500 as well as the plaque that was awarded at the ceremony.

The winner of the SK Heritage Foundation Award will receive a bursary cheque of $250 as wella s the plaque that was awarded at the ceremony. The winners of the Heritage SK 15th Anniversary Award and the SK Genealogical Society Family History Award will each receive a bursary cheque of $150 as well as the plaque that was awarded at the ceremony.

The SK Archaeological Society Prize will be mailed to the winner directly from the SK Archaeological Society.

Top Ten:

Top Score: The Library Revolution (Camryn Michener) (Gr. 6, Moose Jaw)

Runner-up Score: The First in Three: Alex Decoteau (Lawson Lofstrom) (Gr. 6, Saskatoon)

Top Ten (#3-10):

  • The Burgess Shale: Strange Creatures of Canada (Rinoa Harthe Agravante) (Gr. 6, Moose Jaw)
  • Thérèse Casgrain (Sophie Beros) (Gr. 6, Regina)
  • Chinese Immigration (Hayley McLeod) (Gr. 8, Regina)
  • Frederick Banting et la découverte d'insuline (Rohit Judge) (Gr. 8, Saskatoon)
  • The Lost Lemon Mine: A Slice of History (Alayna Clake) (Gr. 8, Regina)
  • S.T.A.R.S. (Ben Jebelli) (Gr. 6, Weyburn)
  • Canada and the Netherlands (Hannah Bean) (Gr. 7, Regina)
  • Pier 21: The Gateway to Canada (Tristan de Jager) (Gr. 5, Caronport)

The Top Ten will receive certificates in addition to the book prizes received at the ceremony.

Special congratulations to all our Award winners! We had many wonderful projects this year.

We also thank everyone who participated in the 2024 Virtual Heritage Fair and Regional Heritage Fairs in Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, and Regina. Congratulations to all for having the courage to share your research, storytelling, and art with us! Check out the Virtual Heritage Fair projects, if you haven't already!


2024 Provincial Heritage Fair - Finalists:

All of the Provincial Heritage Fair finalists are listed here by grade level and then alphabetically by title:

  • Forms of Electricity in Saskatchewan (Xinyan Guo) (Gr. 4, Saskatoon)
  • Le water polo (Chloé Dorgigne) (Gr. 4, Regina)
  • Mary Bonnie Baker (Emberley Loveridge) (Gr. 4, Moose Jaw)
  • South Africa (Adrian Fourie) (Gr. 4, Whitewood)
  • The Grant Hall Hotel (Sawyer Chubey) (Gr. 4, Moose Jaw)
  • The Red Fox (Kohan Henrikson) (Gr. 4, Moose Jaw)
  • Canadarm 2 (Ali Mohamed) (Gr. 5, Saskatoon)
  • Canadian Baseball (Theodore Greenwood) (Gr. 5, Regina)
  • Hayley Wickenheiser (Mira Falastein) (Gr. 5, Saskatoon)
  • Juno Beach and the Liberation of the Netherlands (Ariah Kent-Rodgman) (Gr. 5, Saskatoon)
  • L'éducation à la réconciliation #62-65 (Holden Alexson) (Gr. 5, Prince Albert)
  • Pier 21: The Gateway to Canada (Tristan de Jager) (Gr. 5, Caronport)
  • The Beaver Wars (Grace Aghamelu) (Gr. 5, Moose Jaw)
  • The Halifax Explosion (Matilda Lopez) (Gr. 5, Moose Jaw)
  • The Magnificent Railway (Kaleb Benn) (Gr. 5, Moose Jaw)
  • Vimy Ridge: The Birth of a Nation (Aashrith Adapa) (Gr. 5, Saskatoon)
  • Laura Secord (Anabia Yousuf) (Gr. 6, Moose Jaw)
  • Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (Jayla Bohn & Harlow Haynes) (Gr. 6, Regina)
  • Roberta Bondar (Lennon Brown) (Gr. 6, Rouleau)
  • S.T.A.R.S. (Ben Jebelli) (Gr. 6, Weyburn)
  • Shirley Douglas (Neala McGee) (Gr. 6, Regina)
  • The Battle of Lundy's Lane (Jennifer Nguyen) (Gr. 6, Moose Jaw)
  • The Burgess Shale: Strange Creatures of Canada (Rinoa Harthe Agravante) (Gr. 6, Moose Jaw)
  • The First in Three: Alex Decoteau (Lawson Lofstrom) (Gr. 6, Saskatoon)
  • The Library Revolution (Camryn Michener) (Gr. 6, Moose Jaw)
  • The Story Behind Dahlia Elshafie (Hala Ibrahim) (Gr. 6, Saskatoon)
  • Thérèse Casgrain (Sophie Beros) (Gr. 6, Regina)
  • "Up the Johns!": The History of the Royal Regina Rifles (Brianne Bell) (Gr. 6, Regina)
  • Viola Desmond (Enakshi Dwivedi) (Gr. 6, Regina)
  • Canada and the Netherlands (Hannah Bean) (Gr. 7, Regina)
  • Canadian Punk (Ada Liggett) (Gr. 7, Regina)
  • Emily Howard Stowe (Saifia Bansal) (Gr. 7, Regina)
  • Tout sur la poutine (Edmond Atallah) (Gr. 7, Saskatoon)
  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (Daxton Bond) (Gr. 7, Warman)
  • Alexander Graham Bell (Grace Reschny & Elle Wernikowski) (Gr. 8, Regina)
  • Canada's Royal Connection (Taylor McNaughton) (Gr. 8, White City)
  • Chinese Immigration (Hayley McLeod) (Gr. 8, Regina) 
  • Elsie McGill: Queen of Hurricanes (Kavya Patel) (Gr. 8, Regina)
  • Frederick Banting et la découverte d'insuline (Rohit Judge) (Gr. 8, Saskatoon)
  • Grey Owl (Eliana Dahl) (Gr. 8, Davidson)
  • La viande en Saskatchewan (Ruby Bourassa & Ingrid Broten) (Gr. 8, Saskatoon)
  • Nancy Greene (Brooke Manz) (Gr. 8, Davidson)
  • Royal Canadian Air Cadets (Jaxon Tysowski) (Gr. 8, White City)
  • The 60s Scoop (Eleanora Lappa & Soliana Redie) (Gr. 8, Regina)
  • The Canadian Pacific Railway (Josiah Doerksen) (Gr. 8, Saskatoon)
  • The Great Depression (Joseph Stone) (Gr. 8, Davidson)
  • The Great Lakes (Kanav Gulati) (Gr. 8, Regina)
  • The Lost Lemon Mine: A Slice of History (Alayna Clake) (Gr. 8, Regina)
  • Viola Desmond: The Face on Our $10 Bill (Cambrie Morey) (Gr. 8, Davidson)

Award Winners

Award Winner Photo

Archives Award

Brianne Bell (Grade 6, Regina)

Project: "Up the Johns!" - The History of the Royal Regina Rifles

Award Winner Photo

Mixed Media Award

Sophie Beros (Grade 6, Regina)

Project: Therese Casgrain

Award Winner Photo

Innovation Award

Rohit Judge (Grade 8, Saskatoon)

Project: Frederick Banting et la decouverte d'insuline [FR]

Award Winner Photo

Historical Thinking Award

Lawson Lofstrom (Grade 6, Saskatoon)

Project: The First in Three: Alex Decoteau

Award Winner Photo

Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation Award

Holden Alexson (Grade 5, Prince Albert)

Project: L'education a la reconciliation #62-65 [FR]

Award Winner Photo

SK Genealogical Society Family History Award

Hayley McLeod (Grade 8, Regina)

Project: Chinese Immigration

Award Winner Photo

Heritage Saskatchewan 15th Anniversary Award

Camryn Michener (Grade 6, Moose Jaw)

Project: The Library Revolution

Award Winner Photo

All Award Winners

See above (Grade 6, Various)

Project: Various

Award Winner Photo

All Award Winners

See above (Grade 6, Various)

Project: Various

Award Winner Photo

SK Archaeological Society Prize

Rinoa Harthe Agravante (Grade 6, Moose Jaw)

Project: The Burgess Shale: Strange Creatures of Canada

Award Winner Photo

Top Score & Runner-Up Score

Camryn Michener & Lawson Lofstrom (Grade 6, Moose Jaw & Saskatoon)

Project: The Library Revolution // The First in Three: Alex Decoteau

Award Winner Photo

Top Ten Highest Scores

See above (Grade 6, Various)

Project: Various

More details photos of the above projects, along with others from the event, are available in our Photo Album.