2011 national video contest winners

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada extends sincere thanks to everyone who participated in the 2011-2012 contest, and to all the educators who encouraged their students to participate. We are very pleased with our results this year, with video entries submitted from all across Canada!

This year, our categories were Privacy Issues Related to: cybersecurity, mobile devices, online gaming and social networking. You can view the winners in each category here.

We would also like to thank Encounters with Canada, and the students who participated in its Politics in Canada week. On March 28th, these students, from schools all across Canada, viewed our finalist videos and chose the winners. The winning artists received gift cards totalling $350; the second-place artists received gift cards totalling $200; and third-place artists received gift cards totalling $100.

Check out the winning videos, below.

Privacy Issues Related to Cybersecurity

Your Online Life

School: Hillcrest High School
City: Ottawa, Ontario

1st Place

Privacy Issues Related to Mobile Devices

Your Phone is Your Everything

School: Chatelech Secondary School
City: Sechelt, British Columbia

1st Place

Mobile Information

School: Hillcrest High School
City: Ottawa, Ontario

2nd Place

Privacy Issues Related to Online Gaming

Credit and Safety

School: Canterbury High School
City: Ottawa, Ontario

1st Place

Game Over

School: F.R. Haythorne Junior High
City: Sherwood Park, Alberta

2nd Place

Privacy Issues Related to Social Networking

Unknown Exposure

School: Collège Jean de la Mennais
City: La Prairie, Quebec

1st Place

Spoken, Words Are Fleeting… Written, They Remain

School: Centre d'action bénévole Bordeaux-Cartierville
City: Montreal, Quebec

2nd Place

Words Have Life

School: Lorne Akins Junior High School
City: St. Albert, Alberta

3rd Place
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