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4-H Canada is a not-for-profit organization that provides young Canadians with the tools and guidance to build leadership skills in a safe, fun and inclusive environment. With more than 25,000 members and 7,700 volunteer leaders, the 4-H community has extended beyond its rural roots and offers clubs a diverse range of activities and opportunities. Through this process, 4-H Canada creates a culture of skilled, engaged and responsible leaders who are committed to positively impacting communities across the country.  

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Ottawa, ON, September 3, 2015 4-H members across Canada are building science skills while also sparking their curiosity and some healthy competition. The new 4-H Canada Science Fair, provides an opportunity for 4-H club members to explore, experiment and discover science both at a community and national level.

Ottawa, ON, June 23, 2015 – 4-H Canada and Farm Credit Canada (FCC) are happy to announce the extension of FCC funding to 4-H Canada to 2018. FCC’s annual 4-H Canada funding commitment of $250,000 supports national, provincial, and club level programs and initiatives, including the popular FCC 4-H Club Fund. The announcement was made at 4-H Canada’s Annual General Meeting on Friday June 12, 2015. 

OTTAWA – June 11, 2015 – 4-H Canada today unveiled a bold new look with an updated clover logo that will help drive the iconic youth development organization into its next century of shaping lives and building leaders. The new clover, which sports a maple leaf at its centre, is the storied organization’s first logo update in more than 50 years.

4-H’ers Get Positive for Pollinators by Planting Bee-Friendly Gardens

Proud to Bee a 4-H’er - a partnership between 4-H Canada, Syngenta Canada and the Operation Pollinator Program

Ottawa, ON, June 4, 2015 -- 4-H Canada and Syngenta Canada are excited to announce the second year of Proud to Bee a 4-H’er, an initiative where 4-H club members learn about bees and other pollinators by planting and tending pollinator-friendly gardens.

Ottawa, ON – April 8, 2015 – 4-H Canada is pleased to announce the winners of the 4-H Science & Technology Contest.  

Last October, 4-H Canada encouraged youth to explore the amazing world of science and technology by applying skills and innovation in their own lives. 4-H clubs nationwide were challenged to submit entries based on the question:
“If you could invent something that would change the world of agriculture, what would it be?” 

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