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Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair

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Grades 4-12 students from across the city tested their hypotheses and showed off their experimental expertise at the 44th annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair.

  • Stanley Knowles School students experiment with 'exploding milk' at the 44th annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair Wednesday. From left, Kylie Williamson, Grade 6, with Grade 4 students Danielle Sutherland and Skylar Campbell.

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    Stanley Knowles School students experiment with 'exploding milk' at the 44th annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair Wednesday. From left, Kylie Williamson, Grade 6, with Grade 4 students Danielle Sutherland and Skylar Campbell.

  • Shaelyn Eck, a Grade 4 student at Ecole Robert H. School, can't get enough learning in as she sits at her science fair display at the 44th Annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair at the University of Manitoba on Wednesday.

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    Shaelyn Eck, a Grade 4 student at Ecole Robert H. School, can't get enough learning in as she sits at her science fair display at the 44th Annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair at the University of Manitoba on Wednesday.

  • Isabella Garneau, a Grade 6 student at Stanley Knowles School, gets vacuum-sealed in a giant bag during a demonstration at the 44th Annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair.

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    Isabella Garneau, a Grade 6 student at Stanley Knowles School, gets vacuum-sealed in a giant bag during a demonstration at the 44th Annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair.

  • Prairie Rose School students Shaylynne Grove, Grade 6, left, helps Kristen Jolly, Grade 5, pump up a balloon for a science experiment at the 44th Annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair on Wednesday.

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    Prairie Rose School students Shaylynne Grove, Grade 6, left, helps Kristen Jolly, Grade 5, pump up a balloon for a science experiment at the 44th Annual Winnipeg Schools' Science Fair on Wednesday.

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