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La Coupe Éthique de la BC 2020


The Simon Fraser University Burnaby campus saw an early flurry of activity one Saturday morning at the end of February as teams of high school students from across the Lower Mainland took part in the second BC Ethics Bowl. Organised by the Department of Philosophy, Grade 11 and 12 students spent the day in collaborative dialogue, putting critical thinking—one of the BC curriculum’s core competencies—into action.

Directed by SFU Philosophy professor, Nic Fillion and undergraduate student, Kendra Wong, 10 teams followed a Swiss Pairing system  to face off against each other. Following five close rounds of ethical debate, the team from Ideal Mini School emerged victorious, with Fraser Heights team 2 coming runner up. Both qualified for the Canadian High School Ethics Bowl finals in Winnipeg late April.

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First Ontario High School Ethics Bowl-Fr

Well, it happened! The first Ontario High School Ethics Bowl on Saturday March 7 at the beautiful Mississauga campus of the University of Toronto. And it was a tremendous success! Thank you to all participants and to all volunteers who made this possible, and to the National organization for helping in each stage of planning and assisting the committee on setting the roadmap. 


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First British Columbia Regional Ethics Bowl-Fr

2019 BC: Who needs pizza  - Everybody does!

The Department of Philosophy at Simon Fraser University is proud to have organized the first British Columbia Regional Ethics Bowl. Five high school teams competed to demonstrate their ability to critically engage with each other about current ethical issues—social, political, economic, scientific, cultural, and beyond. For this event, teams participated in a round-robin style tournament, following by semi-finals and finals; the tournament was held at SFU Burnaby campus on April 13, 2019.

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