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Toronto Catholic District School Board

The Great Waters Challenge


Waterlution is, once again, looking for motivated students and school teams to take on the Great Waters Challenge! We had such a fun run with Level 1 (2016 - see winning school teams here from BC, ON and NU), we decided to open it up again in 2017. We want youth from every corner in provinces and territories across Canada to be represented!


Registration is open for school teams. The Great Waters Challenge is a gamified online experience through which challengers uncover how water is connected to our identity as Canadians in lead up to Canada's 150th. It is available in English and French.
Each teacher (or designated student) signs up the team and sets up a blog (or submit reflections by email if blog access is a challenge). Students complete a series of 4 educational and fun challenges and report the results on their blog. Our Youth Advisors and other players review the blogs and cross-learning happens between teams in communities across Canada from Nunavut to BC to NB. Winning teams receive a prize. See school team prizes here.
Learn more and register here:


Sign up your team now and:
  • Access classroom-ready resources (webinars with subject expert guests, glossary of terminology, list of Water Issues in Canada,  and more+).
  • Access content that invites students to take their learning outside the classroom and make science, technology, society and the environment (STSE) connections using the Great Waters Challenge.
  • Access direct support from Waterlution and the Great Waters Challenge Team, join a support community on Facebook and  connect with other teachers.
  • Receive news and opportunities for your students to connect  locally on action days!
Visit us here to see more teacher and school team testimonials: