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The Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (HSA) is a non-profit and charitable organization lead by a volunteer board of directors, with a mandate to present the province’s history and heritage. 


2016 Young Citizens Winners

2016 Young Citizens Winners

The Historic Sites Association of Newfoundland and Labrador (HSA) is pleased to announce Sophia Sheppard of Clarenville and Evan Natsheh of St. John’s as the winners of the 2016 Young Citizens video contest. Nicholas and Katie will be traveling to Ottawa in November as the Newfoundland and Labrador representatives at Canada’s History National Youth Forum.

Click below to watch the winning student videos

Sophia Sheppard of Clarenville
"Walter Pitcher and the Monchy Ten"

Evan Natsheh of St. John's
"John Murray Anderson - A Little Known Figure in Newfoundland's History"

Eleven Young Citizens contestants were chosen from across the province at the HSA’s regional Heritage Fairs. The students created dynamic videos on their Heritage Fair topic, under the guidance of the regional coordinators. The videos were then voted upon online by the public and scored by a panel of judges. Evan and Sophia are two of 26 students from across the country who will be travelling to Ottawa as Young Citizens.

"Fair Winds and Following Seas": The Final Exhibition of the Grumpy Goat Gallery

"Fair Winds and Following Seas": The Final Exhibition of the Grumpy Goat Gallery

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