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For over 100 years, 4-H Canada has been one of the most highly respected positive youth development organizations in Canada. 4-H in Canada has over 23,500 members and 8,500 volunteers. Our goal is to help young Canadians “Learn To Do By Doing” in a safe, inclusive and fun environment. We believe in nurturing responsible, caring and contributing leaders who are committed to positively impacting their communities across Canada and around the world.

Please direct media enquiries to communications@4-h-canada.ca.

Ottawa, ON, Aug. 24, 2021 – 4-H Canada is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 TD 4-H Agriculture Scholarship.

TD Bank Group has generously provided $30,000 in scholarship funds for 2021, with a total of 12 4-H members from across Canada selected to receive $2,500 toward their post-secondary education in agriculture, agricultural science, or agricultural business this coming fall.

Ottawa, ON – Aug. 10, 2021 – 4-H Canada is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 John Deere Canada 4-H Scholarship.

Fifteen 4-H members from across Canada will receive $1,000 toward their post-secondary education in a degree, certificate, or trade-based program for the upcoming academic year, thanks to the generosity of John Deere Canada.

Ottawa, Ontario – June 23, 2021 – 4-H youth members across the country now have access to a new mental health activity kit called Unbox Your Mind as part of 4-H’s broader Healthy Living Initiative. This resource will empower youth to get to know themselves better and find mental health practices and solutions that best fit their unique mental health needs. 

We were devastated to hear the recent news from Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation of 215 Indigenous children’s remains being discovered on the grounds of Kamloops Indian Residential School. This is a tragic reminder of the abuse so many Indigenous children were forced to endure at the hands of the residential school system, and of the children who were never able to return to their families.

Ottawa, Ontario – April 21, 2021 – Youth across Canada will be digging into the topic of soil conservation this spring, with 4-H Canada’s newest at-home learning initiative, Dig Into Soil, developed with support from Syngenta Canada Inc. These all-new activity kits, also available as an online activity resource, give 4-H’ers fun, hands-on ways to learn about the importance of healthy soils with their families, their clubs or on their own.

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