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2010 High School Video Contest Winners

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Uploaded on Jan 28, 2011

And the winners are...

Here are the winning high school entries from the Fraser Institute's 2010 Student Video Contest. First Place goes to Ryan Quan and Sam Kerr for "A Monopoly on Lives". Viewer's choice goes to Travis Knight for "Is the Nanny State Good or Bad?"

These students and our other winners should be commended for their original, entertaining videos. Next year's contest will be announced soon - students can win thousands of dollars in cash!

Here is a list of all the winners:

High school category:

1st place ($2,000)
A Monopoly On Lives
Ryan Quan, Calgary, AB
Queen Elizabeth High School
Sam Kerr, Calgary, AB
Queen Elizabeth High School

2nd place ($1,000)
The Nanny State and Its Origins
Lance Knight, Pittsboro, NC
Peripatos Academy

3rd place ($750)
Government Guy: The Ninny Nanny
Al Donato, Toronto, ON
St. Joseph Morrow Park Secondary School
Aakansha Pangler, Toronto, ON
St. Joseph Morrow Park Secondary School

Viewer's Choice Award ($750)
Is the Nanny State Good or Bad?
Travis Knight, Pittsboro, NC
Peripatos Academy

Post-secondary category:

1st place ($2,500)
I Have Something to Say
Aaron Lloyd, Iqaluit, NU
University of Alberta

2nd place ($1,500)
Because It's Good For You
Matthew Guilherme, Calgary, AB
University of Waterloo

3rd place ($1,000)
Loosely Free
Catherine Polson, Beaconsfield, QC
Concordia University
Ryan McShane Prussin, Westmount, QC
McGill University

Viewer's Choice Award ($750)
Vigilant Governments vs. Video Games
Thomas Coiner, Tuscaloosa, AL
University of Alabama

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