Grade Group Finalists
Congratulations to Canada's 12 Grade Group Finalists!
Our finalists shared their visions of Canada's future, picturing everything from new modes of transportation to a cleaner environment to innovative technology to diverse and multicultural societies.
The National Winner will be featured on Google.ca on June 14th and you can see all the Grade Group Finalists here:
A Greener Canada
Leo Cao, Ontario
After another 150 years of glorious Canada, I believe that we will have a much greener country. In 150 years we will have new transportation like electric rockets instead of cars. Instead of garbage polluting the earth, we will have a machine which turns garbage into paper. Moreover, EMarket will be our future grocery store. One thing that will be the same is the CN Tower - the beautiful landmark of Toronto, Canada.
A Beautiful World
Faizaan Buttar, British Columbia
I see harmony between people and nature, and making sure there are no endangered species or global warming.
Olin Wang, Ontario
My vision for the future is that people will be riding waterslides that can bring them anywhere.
A Mechanical Canada
Wesley Babin, New Brunswick
I think that in the future, there will be a lot of robots. My project is inspired by technology.
Ahmber Bains, British Columbia
Each of the letters represents one of the things that I see for Canada's future. Immigrants coming to Canada, a just society, the advancement of technology, a multicultural society, Canadians setting foot on Mars, and people caring for Canada.
Into the Future
Flora Hu, Ontario
I think my doodle expresses Canada's future because I think technology will get stronger and people will start to develop virtual reality, robots and cures for illnesses.
City of the Future
Carol Zhou, Ontario
I chose to express the theme by drawing a scene that depicts the diverse people, technology and architecture that I think will be in the future. From holographic projections to buildings as tall as the CN Tower, Canada can accomplish these feats in another 150 years.
Into the 22nd Century
Lina Yan, British Columbia
In the future, it is likely that Canada will achieve in technology, especially the exploration of outer space. However, among vast technological developments, Canada will still be a country of diversity and equality. Everyone will be welcomed, no matter of colour or race. With growing patriotism and technology, I believe that Canada will continue to be a country that many dream to come to, and will rise to prosperity in the near future.
Mother Nature Prospers in Canada
Amélie Fortier, Quebec
My vision for the future is a world in which we'll only produce green and renewable energy which we'll use to make everything work. Cities will expand greatly, as will the population and the great Canadian forests.
A Bright Future
Jana Sofia Panem, Ontario
I see that wind power will be an alternative energy source for Canada's future. I believe we will have enough energy to generate power for our everyday lives such as electricity, transportation, and the internet. This transformation will greatly benefit our future generation as it will help to maximize preserving our vital nature and maintain a clean environment.
Diverse Education for a Diverse Generation
Emma Diederichs, Alberta
What I see for Canada's future is a more accepting school environment nationwide, offering equitable opportunity to all peoples, regardless of location, wealth, race, ability, religion, gender or learning strategy.
Canada, The Land of Endless Possibilities
Roldan Esteban, Ontario
In the future, Canada is going to be the home of the most innovative and eco-friendly technological advancements. It is going to be a peaceful and prosperous country that thrives through the smart usage of technology and resources to provide its citizens the highest standards of living.