Below is a list of CMS hosted competitions.
Open to all elementary and secondary school students. Available in English and French. A Canadian Mathematical Society competition.
The Canadian Mathematical Olympiad Qualifying Repêchage (CMOQR or just Repêchage) is an invitation-only contest that serves as a qualifier for the Canadian Mathematical Olympiad (CMO).
An advanced competition written by invitation only. A Canadian Mathematical Society competition.
National and Regional Competitions
For undergraduate students from Atlantic Canadian universities. Students compete in teams of two.
For grades 1-12. Available in English or French. Information about the international Math Kangaroo contest can be found here.
International online contest for grades 2-12. Available in English, French, Persian and Chinese (Mandarin).
For students in their final year of secondary school and motivated students in lower grades. Available in English and French.
For students in Grades 9 (Fryer), 10 (Galois) and 11 (Hypatia). Available in English and French.
For students in Grades 7 and 8 and interested students from lower grades. Available in English and French.
For students in Grades 9 (Pascal), 10 (Cayley) and 11 (Fermat). Available in English and French.
For students in grades 3-12. Available in English and French.
For high school students in Alberta. Students in the Northwest Territories and junior high students may also apply to write. Available in English.
For grade 4, 5, and 6 students attending elementary school in Calgary and surrounding areas. Available in English.
Primarily for Grade 9 students, but all junior high students attending schools in Calgary and surrounding districts are eligible. Available in English and French.
For Grade 9 and lower grade students in the Edmonton school district. Available in English.
For junior high students in Alberta. Available in English. Please contact Andy Liu, the contest organizer, for more details.
For BC students in grades 8-12. Available in English. There are 5 regional divisions:
For students in grades 5-7 in the Victoria and Vancouver areas. Available in English.
Newfoundland and Labrador
For high school students in Ontario. Available in English.
For high school students in Toronto. A problem solving competition between two teams, usually from different schools.
For students grades 9-12 in the Northwestern Ontario area. Available in English.
For Ontario students in grades 7 and 8. Available in English.
For high school students in the GTA.
For Québec students. Two exams per year: one for high school students and another for students in CEGEP. Available in French.
Aimed at students in Secondary 5 of the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean region and all college students in this region and the North Shore. Available in French.
For Quebec students in grades Elementary 2 to Secondary 5. Available in English and French.
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