North Peace Students attend Canada wide Science Fair

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FREDERICTON, N.B. – Five students and two delegates have travelled from the Peace Region to attend the Canada wide Science Fair.

After successfully competing and winning their spots at the Regional Science Fair held in April the group is amongst 409 other projects that have been submitted to the Canada wide Science Fair.

The students representing British Columbia are presenting their hard work at the University of New Brunswick.

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The following are our areas representatives;

Emilia Dysterhuis, Grade 7, North Peace Home Educators, Spare Our Air: The Use of       Algae Scrubbers in the Oil and Gas Industry

Hollis Mattson, Grade 7, Devereaux Elementary, Under Water SoundScape

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Haley Korfmann, Grade 9, Freedom Thinkers, Living With Oil

Amy Crandall, Grade 12, Dawson Creek Secondary, SPSS Campus, A Non-Pharmaceutical Treatment for Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome III

Kyra Taylor, Grade 12, North Peace Senior Secondary, Keeping the Balance: Using Dietary Adjustments to Balance the pH within the Equine Hind-gut

Students received an all-expense trip due to the sponsorship of Shell Encana, School District 60 Science Fair Foundation BC and Arc Resources

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To view more on the success of the students; CLICK HERE 

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