"It's Your Job!" Video Contest
Work is an important part of life, but no job is worth getting hurt over. Workplace injuries happen in a heartbeat but the resulting injuries can have a lasting impact on your ability to do the things you like to do.
The "It's Your Job!" contest challenges secondary school students to use their creativity to develop an original video that can be used in social media to illustrate to younger workers the importance of working safely on the job.
2014 Canadian winners
A panel of Celebrity Judges voted for the best videos and this year’s National winners are:
First place won $2,000 cash prize!
Ben Croskery from John McCrae Secondary School in Ontario won for the video titled On Call.
Second place won $1,500 cash prize!
Pranay Noel from St. Francis Xavier Catholic Secondary School in Ontario won for the video called Flower.
Third place won $1,000 cash prize!
Dane Cutcliffe from Colonel Gray High School in Prince Edward Island won for the video titled Lost Dreams.
In addition, each winning secondary school received a matching prize.
2014 Fan favourite
Canadians have voted for their favourite video!
Dylan Pappenfoot, Logan Seipp and Dylan Stadnyk received the most votes for their video named “Just Ask,” earning them first place in the Fan favourite category. The high school students from Humboldt Collegiate Institute took home a $1,000 cash prize.
Provincial or Territorial Connections
Youth.gc.ca is a one-stop resource to help Canadian students and young workers choose a career, learn the skills they need, and find the job they want. Find essential information and tools to help you, including how-to videos, tips on writing great résumés—even important advice about job interviews. Learn about Government of Canada programs, like those that offer students financial support. Get advice from students and young workers like you! They’ve been there, and through their blog they can help you out and answer your questions.
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