Skip to content

Algoma students return victorious from Canada-wide science fair

Algoma region was well-represented at science fair in Regina, Sask.
20170527 Sault Rotary Science Fair SUBMITTED
From Left to right: Reid Tull, Daphné Dupuis, Carl Moffat, Mya St. Jean, Jordan Winter, Terry Bariciak returning to the Soo after being in Regina for CWSF from May 14 – May 21. Photo submitted



Five local winners of the Rotary Science Fair Algoma presented by Tenaris did an amazing job representing the Algoma region at the Canadian Wide Science Fair in Regina, Sask. last week. This is the third year in a row that students from our region have placed at the Canada Wide Science Fair. We are extremely proud of all the students who participate in science fair and who made it to CWSF.

Reid Tull from R. M. Moore won bronze medal for his project Perpetual Motion, and a $1,000 scholarship to the University of Western Ontario. 

Daphné Dupuis and Mya St. Jean from Superior Heights Intermediate Collegiate & Vocational School were recognized for an outstanding project Powered by Mud: Microbial Fuel Cells.

Jordan Winter from Korah Collegiate & Vocational School won a bronze medal with her project Destructor destruction: Could this Bee the end?, a $1,000 Scholarship to the University of Western Ontario or the University of Ottawa, and a Canadian Orchid Congress Award.

Terry Bariciak from Korah Collegiate & Vocational School won a silver medal for his project Essential Oils - Natural Antibiotics, a $2,000 entrance scholarship to the University of Western Ontario or the University of Ottawa or the University of British Columbia and a $2500 Entrance Scholarship to Dalhousie University. 

Special thanks to Carl Moffatt for chaperoning the students.