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Canadian math Kangaroo contest

The Canadian Math Kangaroo contest will be held in person on March 24, 2024.

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The contest is an international annual competition for students from elementary school grade 1 to high school grade 12. This competition is held in different Canadian cities; the one in Montreal is hosted by our Department and is organized by Dr. Ildiko Pelczer, Dr. Alina Stancu, Ms. Cristina Teut and Ms. Sandra Romanini.   In the past, the event was a success with many of our students winning local and national awards. 

The Contest-Game "Math Kangaroo" originated in France in 1991 and quickly became very popular among students in many European countries. Several years later, the association "Kangourou sans frontieres" was founded and it now organizes the event. The contest's main purpose is to promote mathematical thinking and stimulate an interest in math, by providing students with an opportunity to compare their abilities against the abilities of other students, from different countries around the world. In the past several years, the geography of the participating countries has been extended outside Europe, to USA, Paraguay, Mexico, Canada, etc.   In 2011, over six million students and hundreds of mathematicians from 46 countries played the game, world-wide.

DATE:            March 24, 2024
TIME:            Starting 11:00 AM -more details to come
Concordia University
                        John Molson School of Business (MB Building)
                        1450 Guy Street, corner of De Maisonneuve Map


Parents of children attending the competition are asked to complete the Parental Release and Waiver of Liabilities form, sign and send a scanned copy of the signed form to  Your child will not be able to participate if the signed form is not received.

Please note: We reserve the right to take photographs during our outreach activities or events and use them for promotional purposes. Thank you for your cooperation.


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