Event description

In 1981 the Montreal Regional Science Fair was created to regroup the best projects presented by young Anglophones from the Montreal metropolitan area.

In 2001 the regional fair became known as the Montreal Regional Science & Technology Fair. We represent the English-speaking community in the Greater Montréal, including the Lanaudière, Laurentides, Laval, Montérégie and Montreal regions.

WEBSITE: everything you need to know about the Exposciences 2019 https://technoscience.ca/en/expo-sciences/all-about-the-science-fairs/what-is-a-sciences-fair/   2019 MRSTF
March 24-26, 2019 *daily schedule will be posted soon (similar to last year) Montreal, Concordia University (1515 Ste. Catherine St. W., EV building) Hours open to the public and for school visits:
  • March 24: 13h00-16h00
  • March 25: 13h00-16h00
  • March 26: 9h00-16h00
Exhibitor registration deadline (SGI site): February 20, 2019 Project hard copy submission and payment deadline: February 22, 2019 Judges registration deadline (SGI site): February 27, 2019 - Important/key changes to take note of for this year 2019mrstfkeychanges - Attached is the mandatory EAST Exhibitor and School registration form (2019 MRSTF Registration.docx) that needs to accompany the project hard copies and payment. 2019 MRSTF Registration-3 - We require all schools to fill out the chaperon name and local fair statistics form j.mp/mrstf2019
2019 Intel ISEF
May 12-17, 2019
Phoenix, Arizona USA
Deadline 1: Friday, December 14, 2019
Deadline 2: Friday, February 15, 2019
See PowerPoint attached with details of project eligibility and submission process.
Please contact Raffaat Ghanem, raffaat@sciencetech.ca, for any questions related to this competition and to submit projects.
2019 INTEL IISEF