Five medals, one special award for Team NB at CWSF

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Five Team New Brunswick winners at the 2015 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Science East is pleased to announce five medals for Team New Brunswick, plus a special award, at the 2015 Canada-Wide Science Fair. This represents the best ever showing for Team NB at the CWSF, with the most medals ever!

The winners are:

Silver Medal, Junior category:
Maude Couturier, Grade 7, École Sainte-Anne (Fredericton): Les effets nocifs du cannabis

Bronze Medal, Senior category:
Elizabeth Beaulieu, Grade 12, Cité des Jeunes A.-M.-Sormany (Edmundston): La Vénus Lacque

Manuel Dionne, Grade 11, Cité des Jeunes A.-M.-Sormany (Edmundston): La lâcheté triomphe

Bronze Medal, Intermediate category: 
Hadia Selouani, Grade 9, École Marie-Esther (Shippagan): SmartOc : un outil pour une cardiotocographie intelligente

Bronze Medal, Junior category: 
Nick Cusack, Grade 9, MacDonald Consolidated School (Kingston)Need a Hand?

International Summer School for Young Physicists Award
Manuel Dionne, Grade 11, Cité des Jeunes A.-M.-Sormany (Edmundston): La lâcheté triomphe

Science East congratulates all the members of Team New Brunswick for their impressive showing at the Canada-Wide Science Fair – we couldn’t be prouder of you all!



L to R: Elizabeth Beaulieu, bronze medal (senior); Manuel Dionne, bronze medal (senior) and International Summer School for Young Physicists Award recipent; Maude Couturier, silver medal (junior); Hadia Selouani, bronze medal (intermediate); Nick Cusack, bronze medal (junior); Back: Hon. Stephen Horsman, Deputy Premier of New Brunswick,  Solicitor General and Minister of Public Safety