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 and Technology Fair and we represent the English-speaking community in the Greater Montréal (including the Lanaudière, Laurentides, Laval, Montérégie and Montreal regions).

The 35th edition of the Hydro-Québec Montreal Regional Science & Technology Fair is presented at Concordia University on March 26-28, 2017.

Exposciences website


Check out the link (video section, to the right ) called "Tutorial - how to present your science fair project ".

2017 MRSTF schedule and other information (coming soon!)


    • March 26: 13h30-15h30

    • March 27: 13h30-15h30

    • March 28: 8h30-12h30 and 13h30-15h30

Exhibitor's Information (for students)

  1. Please talk with your teacher-in-charge of science fairs.
  2. Download the student checklist and information package (coming soon!)
  3. Whenever asked for the region choose “Montreal Regional Science & Technology Fair” (as opposed to Montreal, which is our French counterpart).
  4. The online registration is closed (2017 date coming soon!)
  5. If you need a copy of the official rules or special forms (e.g. Form A, Form B, etc.) , the most up-to-date versions are located at 
  6. In all cases where you are asked to mail something to your local CLS — please note that it is to your teacher-in-charge of science fair.

Teacher's Information

*NEW* Frequently asked questions section - SEE BELOW   Dates and Events
Key Dates
Feb 23, 2017   Student must finalize their on-line registration (ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES AT MIDNIGHT ON FEBRUARY 23). No projects will be accepted after this date and time. 
Feb 27*, 2017   School fees and hard copies (projects) must be received by Concordia          (* Please note we will continue to accept the project hard copies and checks on Monday, February 27 as the University is closed on Friday, February 24).
** Note: Six paper copies of the student reports are to be mailed to Guy Gosselin, Concordia University (see Teacher’s (School) Checklist for mailing address). Students must also upload a digital version of their report to the system as well. Your packages:
  1. Teacher’s (School) Checklist Package (coming soon!)
  2. Student Checklist Package (coming soon!)
  3. School statistics & Chaperone information, link: click here
Even if the student’s projects are not finalized, you can still have the student do the initial registration. You can return multiple times to the online registration form. When choosing the region — specify “Montreal Regional Science & Technology Fair” and not “Montreal” (which is our French counterpart).


(information coming soon)  

Upper Level Fairs

Super expo-sciences Hydro-Québec (SESHQ), finale québecoise

April 20 to 23, 2017, Montérégie

Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF)

May 14 to 20, 2017, Regina, Saskatchewan

Expo-sciences International August 6-12, 2017, Fortaleza, Brazil   Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF)
  • May 14-19th, 2017 in Los Angeles, California
  • May 13-18th, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennslvania
  • May 12-17th, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona


We are looking for volunteers to help out this year! Read the Call for Volunteers  (coming soon!)  and if you are INTERESTED please complete the volunteer application form (coming soon!)


If you are looking to be a volunteer judge at the Montreal Regional Science & Technology Fair (MRSTF), you have come to the right place. Judging will take place on:

Monday, March 27, 2017

Check-in at 7:30

MANDATORY briefing at 8:00

Judging period from 9:00 to 12:00 (judging periods are timed)

Lunch from 12:00-1:30

Please be on time to prevent nervous young scientists.   You may complete the on-line registration process to become a judge beginning in early December. Whenever asked for the region choose “Montreal Regional Science & Technology Fair” (as opposed to Montreal, which is our French counterpart). The deadline to register is March 13, 2017. The link to the provincial on-line registration system can be found at https://sgi.reseau-cdls-cls.ca/#/login


  1. When and where will the 2017 MRSTF take place?
The 2017 MRSTF will be held from March 26 to 28 at Concordia University’s downtown Campus (EV building atrium). The closing/award ceremony will take place at the Loyola Campus (Oscar Peterson Concert Hall – PT building).
  1. I am teacher-in-charge of the science fair at my school. Where do I begin?
Step 1: Consult the Exposciences website, which includes invaluable resources such as how-to guides and videos, the 2017 Science Fair Rules, forms, etc.
  • 2017 Science Fair Rules - Junior, Intermediate and Senior categories  (coming soon!). Please read the Fair Rules  carefully as this document contains important information about entering a project into the fair, including when to use the Forms (A, B or C) and how to prepare the written report. Failure to comply with the rules may result in the withdrawal of the project.
  • Step-by-step guide to preparing the written report
  • Form A: Contribution from a Recognized Institution (to be submitted if a project is conducted in a recognized institution [Section 2.12 of the Rules] AND for experimentation projects involving human subjects or animals or biological or chemical materials [Section 5.0 and 6.0 of the Rules].
For any questions or to submit Form A for approval, please email ethique@cdls.qc.ca.
  • Form B: Free and individual consent – Project requiring participation of human subjects
  • Form C: Projects Entered for a Second Year
Step 2: At sciencetech.ca (this website), you will find teacher (school) and exhibitor (student)checklists, registration links for exhibitors and judges, important deadlines, the schedule of the 3-day event, and much more. This webpage will be updated regularly so be sure to check back often.
  1. Written report - can I include tables in the written report?
“You may … include tables or graphs in the development section of your written report, as long as you respect the maximum number of pages.” [source: Model and step-by-step guide to prepare the written report]
  1. Written report – can I include a footer in the written report?
“Each page must have a footer.” [source: Model and step-by-step guide to prepare the written report] Please read the “Model and step-by-step guide to prepare the written report” for formatting specifications for the footer.
  1. I participated in this science fair in previous years and know what to do. Do I need to read the rules again this year?
YES. Please read the Science Fair Rules (Junior, Intermediate and Senior categories) carefully, even if you participated last year, as things may have changed.
  1. What is included in the package to be submitted by the teacher-in-charge for this science fair?
Refer to the (2017 school checklist coming soon!) for the list of items you must include in your school's project packages, which must be sent to Concordia University no later than February 27, 2017.
  1. If I feel that a student’s project qualifies for 2017 Intel ISEF competition, what do I do?
(information coming soon!)
  1. Who do I contact if I have questions?
2017 MRSTF Questions related to the 2017 MRSTF should be directed to Loredana Carbone, 2017 MRSTF Coordinator, at loredana@sciencetech.ca. You many also contact the MRSTF Chief Judge at judge@sciencetech.ca for questions about the rules and/or judging criteria. 2017 Intel ISEF For questions related to 2017 Intel ISEF, please contact Wilson Wong  at wilson@sciencetech.ca .    

2017 Winners!