When we compete to improve lives; 

Enactus competitions showcase the impacts of students from across Canada and the world. These competitions inspire excellence amongst students through the creation of projects which seek to empower communities and shape the economic, social and environmental landscape of communities on a regional, national and international scale. This is done through three types of competitions: Regional challenges, National challenges and an annual World Cup challenge

What do we get out of it?

By attending one of the challenges, as a student you will have access to an opportunity to gain insight to current national and international problems and the types of innovative solutions that are being created in order to solve them. In addition, you will have the opportunity to meet hundreds of other driven students from across the nation and the world, in a setting that is filled with the passion to change the world.

[Every year] Enactus teams compete across 35 countries where the quality and impact of their projects will be evaluated by business leaders serving as judges. These dynamic and inspiring events encourage creativity and reward results, ultimately leading to stronger programs and more lives improved.
— Enactus Worldwide

Our Past.

In 2015, we got the opportunity to represent Canada as winners of the Canadian National Enactus challenge. We travelled as team Canada to compete in Johannesburg, South Africa. At the World Cup, we place among the top 16 in the World. In 2016, we placed third in all of Canada, presenting completely new projects. You can take a look at what we presented at the National Exhibitions in both 2015 and 2016 below (and also take a sneak peek at what our Regional competitions look like!)


(This is the presentation that led us to the World Cup in 2015.)



Regionals 2016

(When we found out we were finalists at Nationals 2016... click to watch with sound.)

Nationals 2016