Scholarships

 Deadlines:  January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

JANUARY

Deadline
Jan 22

Top 20 Under Twenty - up to $1500 towards an educaitonal experience including post secondary, conferences and summer programs. Applicants must be endorsed by an innovation sponsor, and must use innovation to shape change in their lives, school, community, province or country. More information can be obtained at top20under20.ca.
Deadline
Postmarked by Jan 25
Sask. Association of Rural Municipalities: For students with a farming background and live in a rural area, studying at a post secondary Saskatchewan school, parents own/rent land and pay taxes to a rural municipality in Sask. Includes an essay regarding Farm Safety topics. Applications are available from your career counsellor.
Deadline
Jan 31
RBC Royal Bank Aboriginal Student Awards Program: Five awards of $4000 per year to a maximum of 4 years at university or 2 yrs at a college for a status, non-status, Inuit or Metis students with proof of acceptance to a finance, insurance or real estate related full-time program. Must have financial need and include a recommendation letter and essay on why you should be selected. Apply online http://www.rbcc.com/careers/aboriginal_student_awards.html
Deadline
Jan 31
Toyota Earth Day Scholarship Program: Fifteen scholarships of $5000 each will be awarded across Canada. For graduating students who have achieved academic excellence and distinguished themselves in environmental community service and cannot be an employee or immediate family member of an employee of Toyota Canada, its dealers, Earth Day Canada or Panasonic Canada Inc. Obtain application details online at www.earthday.ca or email a request to: scholarship@earthday.ca.

Deadline
Jan 31

Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Scholarship and Citizenship Award.  $1,000.  Fpr graduating high school students, between the ages of 16-24 who are Canadian residents, entering first year at a recognized post-secondary institution and who demonstrate exemplary citizenship qualities, community service, volunteerism and financial need.  About our scholarships.pdf

FEBRUARY

Deadline
Feb 1
Terry Fox Humanitarian Award Program: For graduating students attending any Canadian university or college, pursuing a degree or diploma in any program. Approximately 20 awards granted each year with a value up to $7000 annually for a maximum of four yrs. Application materials and information available at terryfoxawards.ca/index.html
Deadline
Feb 14
University of Western Ontario.
- 11 President's Entrance Scholarships of up to $30,000.
- 15 faculty Entrance Scholarships of up to $4000 per year.
- 50 National Merit Awards of $2000.
Application and nomination forms are available in the guidance office or see welcome.uwo.ca.
Deadline
Feb 15
Pearson College Scholarship - $30,000 each year for two years to cover room, board and tuition costs at Pearson College. Applications must be submitted directly to Pearson College by Feb 15th. Candidates should be currently attending and completing Grade 11 in June. Contact www.pearsoncollege.ca for more information.

Deadline
Feb 15

Study Abroad Program for Canadian Students. NACEL offers a $10,000 award to cover all cost of a one-year stay overseas where students can complete a year of high school in Brazil or Germany. Come to the guidance office for details or call 1-800-661-6223 or go to www.nacel.ca. The application deadline is Feb 15, 2008.
Deadline
Feb 15
University of Saskatchewan Entrance Awards: The awards guide will be available online later in the year. This guide lists many of the entrance scholarships and bursaries available at the U of S and allows you to apply for them with one application. You MUST have also applied for admission prior to the deadline. See Mr. Svenson for application forms OR for more information and application forms go to: explore.usask.ca
Deadline
Feb 28
"Explore" (formally Summer Language Bursary Program) is a bursary offered to students who have completed grade 11. Recipients are randomly accepted. The bursary, covers tuition fees, instructional materials, meals and accommodations for five weeks of French instruction and activities in your choice of many locations across Canada. Applications are available in the guidance office and go to www.myexplore.ca.
Dealine
Received by 4:00 p.m. Feb 28
University of British Columbia / Okanagan / Vancouver
- Entrance Burasries - value is based on assessed need. UBC requires proof of financial need.
- Major Entrance Scholarships - one time awards of $3500 and renewable awards from $12000 to $40000 require that students are nominated by our school.
Application forms and other information are available in the guidance office. Application must be received by UBC by 4:00 p.m., Feb 28th.
Deadline
Feb 28
Odd Fellows & Rebekahs Bursaries: Six bursaries @ $500 each for Grade 12 students pursuing post-secondary education with at least a 75% average in all Gr 11 and 12 subjects. Application forms are available from your career counsellor. Contact the secretary - marion.kelly@sasktel.net, fax (306) 586-7123, or ph (306) 586-7120.
Deadline
Expected Feb 28
University of British Columbia Major Entrance Scholarships: Students must be nominated by the principal or counsellor and only 2% of the graduating class may be nominated. Applications available on the web at scholarship information
Deadline
Expected Feb 28
Simon Fraser University Entrance Scholarships: There are several entrance scholarships for Canadian Grade 12 students that must be applied for by the deadline and others that are automatic consideration if you apply for admission by the deadline below as well. scholarship information

MARCH

Deadline
Mar 1
University of Calgary Entrance Awards: Awards based on student grades in 5 appropriate 20-level courses. New this year, students must have applied for admission to the U of C before making an application for the Entrance awards as you need an ID #. Students must also use the online application form. www.ucalgary.ca/awards/.
Deadline
Mar 1
Faculty of Science 10th Anniversary Award - University of Regina: For students entering a degree program in the Faculty of Science at the U of R. Requirements and application information are available on the U of R awards website: www.uregina.ca/awards (under Entrance awards and scholarships).
Deadline
Postmarked by Mar 1
Padgett Business Services Scholarship Program: For dependents of small, independent businesses who employ fewer than 20 people, owns at least 10% of the stock/capital of the business and is active in the day-to-day operations. A series of $500 scholarships will be awarded to high school grads planning to continue their education at an accredited post-secondary institution. Regional winners in Canada become eligible for a Canada National Scholarship - an additional $1000. The National winner will be eligible for the International scholarship of an additional $2000. Applications available online at scholarship info
Deadline
Mar 1
University of Alberta Scholastic Distinction Scholarship: For students with an award average of 95% or higher in Grade 10 & 11 final marks and Grade 12 final & interim marks. Applications are available online in December. www.registrar.ualberta.ca/awards, navigate to Entrance Students, Scholastic Distinction.
Deadline
Mar 1
University of Lethbridge High School Applicant Awards: Various awards available to students entering for the first time directly from high school. www.uleth.ca/reg-faa/scholar/high_school.html. Due date is June 1st for students in the Fall semester. Early entrance scholarships due March 1.
Deadline
Mar 7
2008 "Quest for Excellence" Bursary Program by Re/Max - Twenty - $500 bursaries for students interested in writing an essay based on their interest and passion for a selected subject. The five subject areas to choose from are Leadership, Sports, Technology & Trades, Performing or Fine Arts and Community Service. http://www.remax-western.ca/4002_quest_for_excellence.html Go to Remax in Your Community, Quest for Excellence links. For any questions contact Marie Sheppy.
Deadline
Mar 10
A.E. Blakeney Bursary for post-secondary entrance students.  The total value of the bursary is $40,000 over a period of 4 years.  Student eligiblity based on financial need, high achademic standings, Saskatchwan resident, enrolled as a full-time university student.  Eligibility criteria and application forms:  http://sasktel.com/about-us/community-involvement/scholarships-bursaries
Deadline
Postmarked by Mar 15
University of Regina Entrance Scholarships: A general application for various entrance awards is used to apply. The new awards booklets are available online and forms will be available in November: http://www.uregina.ca/awards

Deadline
Mar 15

University of Regina Alumni Association Children of Alumni Entrance Scholarship: Three awards of $1000 with an entrance average of 80% +. Scholarship information
Deadline
Mar 15
J.A. Toupin Memorial Scholarship: Student entering U of R with a minimum admission average of 75% who is a Sask. resident and current or former employee or immediate family employee of Sask. Wheat Pool.  Scholarship Information
Deadline
Mar 15
University of Alberta Leadership Scholarship: 100 awards from $1000-$10,000. Combination of leadership and academics - students must have a minimum award average of 80% based on Grade 11 and/or Grade 12 final marks and have played a key role in volunteer and unpaid positions in their school and/or community. Applications are available online in December on site: www.registrar.ualberta.ca/awards, navigate to Entrance Students, Entrance Leadership
Deadline
March 23
Garfield Weston Awards (Entrance): National Award recipients receive a scholarship valued at over $50,000, including a tuition waiver, an $8,000 annual stipend and summer opportinities.  Up to 25 awards are available.  The award is open to graduating high school students who will commence full-time studies at an accredited or public Canadian college to pursue a diploma or applied degree.  For more details on eligibility, please visit www.garfieldwestonawards.ca
Deadline
March 28
A.E. Blakeney SaskTel Bursary. The total value of the bursary is $40,000 to be paid over four years. This bursary will be awarded to a Saskatchewan resident who requires financial assistance in order to complete his or her post-secondary studies. Go to www.sasktel.com (About SaskTel > Scholarships and Bursary). Application deadline is March 28. The recipient of this bursary will be contacted in April.
Deadline
Mar 31 midnight
Sidney Bloxom Scholarships: Sask Chapter of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners award two scholarships of $500 each to students in Grades 9 - 12 who submit an essay of no more than 500 words (2-3 typed double spaced pages) on a to-be-announced topic. Considerable emphasis will be placed on the content, grammar and syntax. Submit to: RCMP, Commercial Crime Section, Bag Service 2500, Regina, SK S4P 3K7 (306) 780-6005
 

APRIL

Deadline
Apr 1, noon
Saskatchewan Golf Association: Several SAGE Scholarships are open to students who are members of the SGA, who will be completing Grade 12 by June 30 and will be pursuing a full course of academic studies at a recognized post secondary institution. See website for a list of the awards and the application form: http://saskgolf.ca/default.aspx?page=47
Deadline
Apr 21, at 5:00 p.m.
Retail as a Career Scholarship: The Canadian Retail Institute has twenty scholarships of $1000 for students entering a full or part-time retail or business-related post-secondary program (retail or business related program OR one of the following additional majors: Fashion Merchandising/Marketing, Graphic Design, Advertising, Communications, Human Resources Management, Sociology and have some retail work experience at least on a part-time basis. Application forms available at www.retaileducation.ca/cms/sitem.cfm/scholarship . For more information call 1-888-373-8245, ext. 320 or email sbowden@retailcouncil.org
Deadline
Apr 30
Speak to
Mr. Svenson
by Apr 1
SIAST Centennial Merit Scholarships: One scholarship per program to applicant (undert 30 yrs of age) with the highest average (minimum 70%) based on most recent level of secondary education. Amount is under review but will be for a substantial portion of tuition. Average calculated using the following five subjects: 1) ELA A30; 2) ELA B30; 3) Social Studies 30, History 30 or Native Studies 30; and 4) the highest grade in a 20- or 30-level math and science. Modified programs are not eligible. Application available on the website: www.siast.sk.ca, go to "Services for Students", "Bursaries,Scholarships and Awards".
Due Date - April 30, to the campus you will be attending (Mr. Svenson will need to fill out the main parts of this for you so be sure to speak to him about it by April 1st)

Deadline
April 30

Canadian Hospitality Foundation College and University Foodservice-Hospitality Entrance Scholarships. We offer seven (7) $3,000 College-Entrance Scholarships and six (6) University-Entrance Scholarships - five of which are $3,500 each. Applicants must be graduating from high school this year and enrolling this September. Applications must be submitted on line at scholarship information and transcripts, reference letters, etc., must follow by regular mail. Applications and accompanying documents must be submitted by April 30.
Deadline April 30 Greg Mitschke Memorial Scholarship.  $1000 scholarship.  Open to students completing Grade 12 and plan on enrolling in the College of Agriculture U of S in the fall.  Preference given to students from southeast Sask (approx. Regina Branch area).  Presented annually by the Regina Branch of Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists.  More information is available at the Guidance Office.  Deadline to apply is April 30th.

MAY

Deadline
May 1
University of Saskatchewan Guaranteed Scholarships: Students who apply for admission by March 15th will be considered for the following guaranteed entrance scholarships:$3000 for 95% or greater; $2000 for 93% to 94.9%; $1000 for 90% to 92.9%; and $500 for 85% - 89.9%. Students who qualify for other entrance scholarship will be offered the award with the highest value. explore.usask.ca
Must have applied to admission to the University of Saskatchewan by May 1st.
Deadline
Expected May 1 Postmarked
Sask. Association of Student Council Advisors Scholarship for Outstanding Student Leadership: Graduating student who must be from a SASCA member school. Based on description of your school and community involvement, motivations to be involved, what you achieved by being involved, and how you will use this experience after high school. Applications are available from Mr. Svenson. Mail to SASCA Scholarships, Box 430, Lashburn, SK S0M 1H0
Deadline
May 8
Luther College (University of Regina) Entrance Awards: Graduating students who are planning to enter Luther College at the U of R for the fall semester and who remain registered in at least 12 credit hours are eligible. For any questions you may have, contact the Luther College Academic Office at (306) 585-5035 or email: lutherreg@uregina.ca. Application booklets should be available in each school. scholarship information
Deadline
May 12
RBC Royal Bank Financial Lifeskills Scholarships: Ten scholarships of $2008 each for Canadian students entering their first year of full-time college or university. Minimum of 65% average and enclose a sample of work done during the school year that demonstrates your interests and abilities but does not have to be a school project. Must show involvement in: community leadership; extra-curricular activities; special endeavours; volunteer service; outside interests/hobbies; career & educational objectives. Contact: 260 Adelaide Street East, Box 89, Toronto, ON M5A 1N1, www.rbcroyalbank.com/lifeskills, Email: 4edu@sympatico.ca, Phone: 1-866-363-1722
Deadline
Varying deadlines
check website
Saskatchewan Government Employees Union (SGEU) Scholarships: Multiple awards available for dependents of SGEU members. Please check out the directory or the webpage
Deadline
May 15
WarDale Equipment (1998) Ltd. Bursary. Three bursaries of $500 each will be available to students within desgnated sales and services area to promote interest and employment in the agricultural machinery trade industry. Student must be accepted and registered in the two-year Pre-Employment Agricultural Machinery Technican Program. Submit Bursary Application Form along with transcripts and references. See Mr. Svenson for applications.
Deadline
May 15
Various 4-H Scholarships: Varying requirements need to be checked with each award but commonly need to have been a member for at least 2 years or previous 2 years, based on 4-H involvement, academics, reference letters and an essay. Must be 16 years of age. Contact: Helen Adamko, Admin Asst, Sask 4-H Council, 3830 Thatcher Dr. Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H6 933-7727 Website Applications available here.
Deadline
Postmarked by May 16
The Monsanto Canada Opportunity Scholarship Program is for Canadian high school students from family farms who plan to enroll at a Canadian educational institution (degree or diploma) in a first-year agricultural sciences or forestry program. Successful applicants will each be awarded a scholarship valued at $1500, based on demonstrated academic standards and leadership in the community. Selection will be made by an independent panel. Applications must be post-marked no later than May 16. For additional application forms call Monsanto Canada at 1-800-667-4944, or visit online at www.monsanto.ca. Applications available in Guidance Office.
Deadline
Expected May
Orville Erickson Memorial Scholarship: For students with financial need entering a full-time program in environmental studies, pursuing a career in wildlife and conservation. For info and contact: www.cwf-fcf.org or email: infor@cwf-fcf.org, (613) 599-9594 - Canadian Wildlife Foundation.
Deadline
May 31
Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Post-secondary Scholarships: Sask. students enrolling in full-time studies for a min. of 8 months at a recognized post-secondary institution in Sask. Preference may be given to those in programs related to business admin, hospitality management, electronic or computer technologies or communications. Preference will be given to awarding at least 3 of the university scholarships and four of the college scholarships to qualified students of aboriginal ancestry. Application forms at the schools. Six awards of $1000 for university programs and eight for regional colleges and tech institutes. website
Deadline
May 31
Canadian Council for Exceptional Children Scholarships: An academic scholarship of $750 for individuals pursing careers directly related to working with persons with exceptionalities thus entering a full-time post-secondary program anywhere in Canada in the next academic year. You must include a current resume, an essay outlining your future plans and challenges, a certified transcript and three references. Contact: Diane Vandenbossche, Awards Chair - dvandenbossche@cogeco.ca
Deadline
May 31
Canadian Council for Exceptional Children Transition Award: A $750 award for a Canadian citizen who has overcome significant challenges due to a disability in order to achieve goals; may be entering a training program, work experience program, a new job or other significant transition. Must include a resume, two references and a written response to two questions. Contact: Diane Vandenbossche, Awards Chair - dvandenbossche@cogeco.ca

Deadline
May 31

The Les Donnelly Scholarship: The Les Donnelly Scholarship is awared annually up to a maximum of $2,000.  Criteria for the scholarship: the recipient must be a Saskatchewan resident who is enrolled in a college or university level program.  Deadline is May 31st.  Application information is available at the Guidance Office.
Deadline
May 31 postmarked
Leader Post Foundation Bursaries: - Three valued at $5000 each. Must be a Sask. resident living in the Leader Post designated market, accepted in full-time studies at a recognized institution, show financial need, scholastic achievement and school/community involvement. Contact: (306) 781-5344 for further information. Mr. Svenson has the application form.

JUNE

Deadline
Jun 1
University of Lethbridge High School Applicant Awards: Various awards available to students entering for the first time directly from high school. www.uleth.ca/reg-faa/scholar/high_school.html. Due date is June 1st for students in the Fall semester. Early entrance scholarships due March 1.
Deadline
Jun 10
Wawota Wildlife Federation Bursary: A $250 bursary for students entering post-secondary education pertaining to Environmental Studies (e.g. forestry, conservation, fisheries, wildlife, etc.). Must include a resume with your age, Gr. 11 marks and first semester Grade 12 final marks, public communications experiences, chosen vocation and educational institution, previous work experience in this field, and interests/activities. Contact: Helen 646-4348, Coralee 739-2702, Ed 739-2880.
Deadline
June 15
Academic Excellence Scholarship Competition - University of Alberta: Various award amounts available to students currently in GRADE 11, have an award average of 85% or higher (based on Gr. 11 and/or 12 final grades) and plan to enter full-time studies at U of A in Sept 2008. Applicants may apply online at www.registrar.ualberta.ca/awards
Due Date - June 15th (Apply by this date to qualify to receive special bonuses such as a backpack and a guaranteed spot in residence (***Very hard to come by) and a chance to win free tuition for a year.
Deadline
Jun 30
Saskatchewan Physical Education Association (SPEA) Scholarships: Two awards of $700 each - based on enrollment in U of R or U of S Kinesiology / Physical Education programs or SIAST - recreation/leisure programs, involvement in high school phys ed, intramural, extracurricular programs, average of at least 70%, strong leadership and sportsmanlike qualities. See website . Contact: (306) 656-4423, (306) 656-4405 fax SPEA Box 193, Harris, SK S0L 1K0
Deadline
Jun 30
Sylvia Higgins Memorial Lupus Essay Award (General): A $500 awards for an essay on aspects of Lupus that is of general interest to the public (judged on content and style). Contact: Chair, Sylvia Higgins Award, Royal University Hospital, Box 88, 103 Hospital Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W8 www.sasklupus.com/essay.php
Deadline
June 30
Sylvia Higgins Memorial Lupus Essay Award (Medical): A $500 awards for an essay on some aspect of Lupus as it relates to their medical profession (judged on content and style). Contact: Chair, Sylvia Higgins Award, Royal University Hospital, Box 88, 103 Hospital Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W8 www.sasklupus.com/essay.php

JULY

Deadline
Postmarked by July 14
Monsanto Canada Opportunity Scholarships: ($1500 each) For Canadian students from agricultural or forestry family farms enrolled in a degree or diploma program in agricultural sciences or forestry. Based on academic standards and leadership in the community as well as a 300 word essay indicating why you should be considered for this award. Guidelines for Essay: 1) 40% based on Academics - indicate academic achievements (awards, honour roll), leadership activities and participation in school activities; 2) 40% based on Community Involvement - leadership activities and participation in events and organizations within your community; and 3) 20% based on Future Vision - indicate your future career goals and vision for the future of agriculture or forestry in Canada. Application forms are available at the schools or Contact 1-800-667-4944 website
Dealine
July 31
The High School Scholarship: CMA Canada (Saskatchewan) will award one $1000 scholarship available to a graduating high school student who is entering the accounting program at the University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, or SIAST. Send a letter of application and include your GPA, permission to confirm your GPA with the educaitonal authorities and a 250 words essay explaining why you have chosen to pursue a career in accounting.Mail applications to: Certified Management Accountants of Saskatchewan, #202-1900 Albert Street, Regina, Sask S4P 4K8. Contact: sask@cma-canada.org

AUGUST

Deadline
Received by
Aug 1, 4:30 p.m.
Bill Kehler Memorial Awards: Open to students who have completed Grade 12 and are pursing post-secondary education, up to four awards of $2500 each. For students with academic interests in broadcasting or agriculture. Individuals in professional rodeo will also be able to apply for an award to support their post-secondary studies. An essay is required along with letters of reference. Application forms are available online at website
Deadline
Aug 7
The Grand Lodge of Sask. - Masonic Youth Trust Award: $1000 is offered annually to Sask. High School graduates going on to a post secondary institution anywhere in Canada. Selection based upon academic achievement, leadership skills, community and school activities, special awards and need. Reference letters, a final official transcript and proof of registration are required. website
Deadline
Aug 15
Campion College (University of Regina) Entrance Awards: Various awards available to entering students of Campion College - University of Regina. Be sure to apply if attending through Campion as several awards went unclaimed over the last few years. www.campioncollege.sk.ca
Deadline
Aug 28
The Royal Canadian Legion Saskatchewan Command - Jack Moore Memorial Scholarship & Burgess Bursaries: Available to sons/daughters, grandsons/granddaughters of Veterans, Ex-Service or still serving Military or RCMP personnel. Twelve Scholarships of $300 will be awarded to students entering university, technical school (2 year course) or business college based on academic standing. Twelve Bursaries of $300 will be awarded to students entering the post secondary listed above based on academic standing and financial need. Must include a photocopy of your final grades including departmental marks from Sask Learning - July. School career counsellors should have applications. website
Deadline
Aug 31
Annually
Saskatchewan School Boards Association: Two scholarships will be awarded to 2 Saskatchewan students graduating from high school who will enrolled in studies at either the University of Regina or University of Saskatchewan and to a student attending a recognized institution of applied science and technology in Saskatchewan. Recipients are selected on the basis of demonstrated good character, community leadership, financial need and not more than 500-word essay. website
Deadline
Received by
Aug 31
Saskatchewan Hockey Association Education Assistance: Eleven - $1000 assistance grants will be awarded to registered members (male or female) of the SHA as follows: 8 Regional members (player, coach, referee), 1 Midget AAA, 1 Female, 1 Junior A, B, Junior or Senior. You must have been registered for three years with good standing in the SHA, must be attending a Saskatchewan based university or college within 4 years of the grant. Application forms may be obtained from SHA Office, #2 - 575 Park St. Regina S4N 5B2 (306) 789-5101 www.sha.sk.ca (go to forms)

SEPTEMBER

Deadline
Sept 15 Online
SaskTel Scholarship: Total of 11 entrance and undergraduate scholarships, valued at $3000 each. Must be Sask. resident going to enroll in full-time studies (min. 8 mths) at a post-secondary institute in Sask. in a program directly related to telecommunications, including but not limited to electrical, electronic or telecommunications engineering, computer sciences, accounting, and business administration. To access the online application go to www.sasktel.com
Deadline
Sept 30
SGI Corporate Scholarship Program: Open to Sask. residents attending accredited post-secondary institutions in Sask. in a program related to the business needs of SGI (i.e. Accounting, Auto Trades, Business, Commerce, Info. Tech., Nursing, Office Administration, Social Work, Vocational Rehabilitation, and others.) There is one award for university and one for a technical institute - $2500 each. Students must show contributions to community, extra-curricular activities or commitments made in balancing work, education and home and also be receiving no other scholarship funding for the school year. Applications available at website under the scholarship link or email SGI at cmckay@sgi.sk.ca with subject line "Scholarship inquiry."

OCTOBER

Deadline
Oct 15
Foundation for Advancement of Aboriginal Youth Scholarships - 77@ $2000 - $2500 Inuit, Metis, status & non-status aboriginal Canadian citizens based on volunteering with community and family, academics, career goals, leadership and role modelling. website
Deadline
Oct 23 - for sponsored applications to received by area committee.
Oct 31 - for Direct applicants to Toronto postal box.
Loran Award: (Formally - The Canadian Merit Scholarship Foundation Awards & The Canadian Morehead Awards) - For students entering university in Fall 2009 with a minimum average of 85%, Canadian citizen, leadership, service, character and academics. You may seek "sponsorship" through your school (earlier deadline) or you may apply directly. The national awards are available for undergraduate study at the following universities: U of Alberta, Bishop's U., U of Calgary, Dalhousie U., U of Guelph, King's U., Lakehead U., Laval U., McGill U., McMaster U., U of Manitoba, Memorial U., U of Moncton, U of Montreal, Mount Allison, U of Ottawa, Queen's U., U of Saskatchewan, Simon Fraser U., U of Toronto, U of BC, U of New Brunswick, U of Waterloo, U of Western Ontario, and York U. Provincial and Finalist Awards are available for use at public Canadian universities. Contact: Email: applications@cmsf.ca 1-866-544-2673 - www.cmsf.ca.
Deadline
Oct 31
TD Canada Trust Scholarships for Outstanding Community Leadership - For students who have shown leadership in the areas of local employment programs, environmental cleanup, support group creation, and family services initiatives. www.tdcanadatrust.com/scholarship

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Deadline
Dec 1
Outstanding Achievement Awards - University of Calgary - For students entering in Fall. Offered to students with a minimum 88.0% average on high school courses, exceptional volunteer activities to school & community and a strong indication of academic promise. Averages are calculated based on grades 10, 11 & 12 academic courses (five appropriate courses at the 10-level, five at the 20-level and a max of 5 at 30-level: ELA, Sciences, Maths, Social studies)See the Career counsellors for applications or online (usually available in October): www.ucalgary.ca/awards/
Deadline
Dec 1
Seymour Schulich School of Engineering Scholarships - University of Calgary: Students must apply for admission to Engineering and utilize the existing Entrance awards application. website
Deadline
Dec 15
Academic Excellence Competition - University of Alberta - For Grade 12 students based on final Grade 11 marks. Do not send in another application if you have already applied in Grade 11. www.registrar.ualberta.ca/awards

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