Seventh Annual MNR Kid’s Fish Art Contest is looking for your artwork.

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The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) 7th annual Kid’s Fish Art Contest is looking for your artwork or image.

This fall is your chance to show off your artistic talents, and learn about Ontario’s native fish and their habitats!

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, along with its corporate sponsors, will hold its 7th Annual Kids’ Fish Art Contest from October 1 to December 18, 2009, when our contest species will be the rainbow trout and the lake whitefish. The winning design will be used for the 2010 Young Angler’s Licence.

The 2009 contest entry form

Atlantic salmon and channel catfish were the official fish of the 2008 contest. Our judges were looking for artwork that depicted these fish in their natural habitat. The winning design appears on the 2009 Young Angler’s Licence.

Have a look at the winning entries from the 6th Annual Kids’ Fish Art Contest!

Prizes to be Won!

Three grade-group winners (grades four to six, seven to nine and 10 to 12) will be selected. Each grade-group winner will receive a $1,000 savings plan provided by Investment Planning Counsel – The Weichel Team.

Other prizes include:

STAEDTLER Mars products for classroom use

A complete set of fishing gear from Lucky Strike Bait Works.

In addition, an overall winner will be chosen and will receive a four day fishing excursion courtesy of Red Pine Wilderness Lodge (Lady Evelyn Lake), a one day fishing trip with Canadian Sportfishing Television Show host Italo Labignan, and a Canadian Sportfishing Jacket and Hat.

To get your artwork submitted

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