Canada and Saskatchewan labour ministers celebrate It's Your Job! video
contest with students at Humboldt Collegiate Institute
HUMBOLDT, SK, May 23, 2014 /CNW/ - Today, the Honourable Dr. K. Kellie
Leitch, Canada's Minister of Labour and Minister of Status of Women,
and the Honourable Don Morgan, Saskatchewan's Minister of Education and
Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety, announced the
winners of the second annual It's Your Job! video contest.
Humboldt Collegiate Institute students Dylan Pappenfoot, Logan Seipp and
Dylan Stadnyk won the provincial award and received the most votes in
the National Fan Favourite category for their video Just Ask.
The contest engages high school aged youth in the development and
production of workplace safety videos, to promote workplace safety
among their peers.
Every province and territory conducts its own It's Your Job! contest and
the winners are eligible in two national categories, one selected by a
panel of celebrity judges and the other, the fan favourite, selected by
Canadians across the country through an online vote. The winners
selected by the celebrity judges are:
First place: Ben Croskery from John McCrae Secondary School in Ontario
won for the video entitled On Call.
Second place: Pranay Noel from St. Francis Xavier Catholic Secondary
School in Ontario won for the video entitled Flower.
Third place: Dane Cutcliffe from Colonel Gray High School in Prince
Edward Island won for the video entitled Lost Dreams.
This year's It's Your Job! video contest ran from the fall until the end
For placing first in Saskatchewan, Humboldt Collegiate Institute
received $1,000 and the three students split another $1,000.
In the fan favourite category, Humboldt Collegiate Institute's video,
Just Ask, received 4,633 of the 20,209 votes cast for the 25 entries.
For winning in the fan favourite category, the three students split
Winners of the national celebrity judging category received $2,000 for
first place, $1,500 for second place and $1,000 for third place.
"I applaud these students for getting the word out to young Canadians
about workers' rights and staying safe on the job. Making sure that
today's youth are informed means safer and healthier workplaces for all
Canadians in the future."
- The Honourable Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, Minister of Labour and Minister
of Status of Women
"Congratulations Dylan, Logan and Dylan for winning the contest and
showing youth across Canada that if you need help you should just ask.
Your efforts are helping protect young workers by showing them their
health and safety rights and responsibilities and what hazards exist on
- The Honourable Don Morgan, Q.C., Minister of Education and Minister of
Labour Relations and Workplace Safety, Government of Saskatchewan
Just Ask - Fan favourite winner
On Call - First place national winner
Flower - Second place national winner
Lost Dreams - Third place national winner
It's Your Job! video contest
SOURCE: Employment and Social Development Canada
For further information:
Office of the Hon. Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, P.C., O.Ont., M.P.
Minister of Labour and Minister of Status of Women
Media Relations Office
Employment and Social Development Canada
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