Google crowns national winner and three grade group winners of Doodle 4 Google Canada

Today, Google Canada revealed the national winner and three grade group winners of this year’s Doodle 4 Google contest. More than 12,000 students from across the country submitted doodles around the theme “What I see for Canada’s future is…”. Young artists imagined a country where robots could cure disease, others dreamed of living on Mars, while some saw a world united by nature.

Following a very close public vote, where Canadians voted more than 465,000 times, we revealed our four incredibly talented grade group winners at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Of those four masterpieces, 11th-grader Jana Sofia Panem’s Doodle, “A Bright Future” was selected as the national winner!

On June 14th, Canadians can enjoy Jana’s masterpiece on the homepage. Google Canada is also honoured to award her with a $10,000 university scholarship and a $10,000 technology award for her school. The three additional grade group winners, listed below, will have their Google Doodles featured in the online Doodle 4 Google gallery, receive a $5,000 technology award for their schools and a Chromebook.

National Winner and Grade 10-12 Group Winner
A Bright Future
Jana Sofia Panem
Toronto, Ontario

Kindergarten-Grade 3 Group Winner
A Beautiful World
Faizaan Buttar
Surrey, British Columbia

Grade 4-6 Group Winner
A Mechanical Canada
Wesley Babin
Lower Cloverdale, New Brunswick

Grade 7-9 Group Winner
Mother Nature Prospers in Canada
Amélie Fortier
Jonquière, Quebec

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