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Exploring Canadian Heritage

Student learning and engagement are in display as they present their research and findings on selected topics related to Canadian heritage.

Yukon Heritage 2016 - Abigale Sippel

The goals of the Fairs program are especially fitting as Canada moves well into the 21st century. This program creates an engaging learning environment for students, thereby strengthening their appreciation of Canadian heritage.

Developing strong roots in communities and cultures, which inspire students to participate in the shaping of Canada’s future.

Yukon Heritage Regional Fair 2016 - Kayoni Dickson Camilleri

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Fun facts about our program

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Students Worked on Projects

Both regional and school Fairs offer students the opportunity to showcase their work.

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Schools Participated

Both the Yukon and Atlin, BC have been represented by participating schools.

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Volunteers were Involved

Volunteers fill the roles of judges, coordinators, event assistants, and more.


Years of Exploring Canadian Heritage

The Yukon/Stikine Regional Heritage Fair was first held in 1998.

The Yukon/Stikine Regional Heritage Fair is proud to be part of a national network of Fairs involving youth across Canada.

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Engaging students with Canadian heritage since 1998

The Yukon/Stikine Regional Heritage Fair is a program of the Yukon Historical & Museums Association.