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The program first came to Canada in 2000 and was hosted by Nova Scotia at Acadia University.  That year, Manitoba joined Pennsylvania, Idaho, Washington, California, Arizona, New Jersey, Delaware, North Carolina, and Montana in finishing in the top ten.

Since then, two more competitions have been hosted by Canada: one in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and the other in Sackville, New Brunswick.

Envirothon Canada is very proud of the thousands of high school students who have participated since the program first came to our schools. Canadian teams have been well represented in the North American competition top ten rankings, ranging from teams in Nova Scotia (2002, 2003 & 2011), Manitoba (2003, 2006, 2007, 2009 & 2011), and Ontario (2004, 2010, 2011 & 2012).

 

Looking ahead to future “Envirothoners” we hope to continue to see strong youth leaders and perhaps a top-ten team from other representative provinces and territories!

Please click here to read a full Envirothon history.

Please click here to access the North American Envirothon “Past Competitions” page to learn more about the successors of the program.

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Team Ontario places 6th at the 2013 competition in Montana!

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1st place, 2012 Ontario level competition (left to right): Vicki Reedman, David Beisel, Cody Hutt, Spencer Williams, Erik Wagenaar & advisor Carl Raynard.
The team placed 2nd at the North American level held in Pennsylvania.

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1st & 2nd place teams, 2011 North American Envirothon competition held in New Brunswick (left to right): Manitoba Team – unknown at the moment; Ontario Team – Erik Wagenaar, Julia Asten, Claire Porteous, David Beisel & Arno van Dijk

 

7th Place, 2004 North American Competition(left to write): Andrew Hibma, Andrew Severs, Rachel Herron, Carrie VanDorp, Emily Raynard & advisor Carl Raynard

7th Place, 2004 North American Competition (left to write): Ontario Team – Andrew Hibma, Andrew Severs, Rachel Herron, Carrie VanDorp, Emily Raynard & advisor Carl Raynard