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Photos and files courtesy of Kelvin High School, Prime Minister's Office of Canada
Grace Ma was invited to represent Kelvin High School’s ISAMR (International
Student-Led Arctic Monitoring and Research) program at the first annual
Prime Minister's Science Fair on Sept. 26.
Grace was chosen as one of 30 students from across Canada to
present award-winning projects to Prime Minister Trudeau and the
newly appointed science advisor, Mona Nemer. The focus of Grace's project
was ISAMR’s work near Churchill on climate change, the changing permafrost
layer, and polar bear research. Other students presented
projects on topics ranging from robotics to cancer research and brain
Six years ago, Kelvin joined with the Park School
of Baltimore and the Canadian Junior Rangers from Churchill to form ISAMR
(International Student-Led Arctic Monitoring and Research).
The Kelvin science department is grateful for the continued
support and guidance of Dr. Jane Waterman, Dr. Jim Roth, and Dr. Ryan Brooks
and the research support of the University of Manitoba through an NSERC
You can watch a 30 second video from the event here.