Canada's Champions of Change

OUR 2010 WINNERS: BOB AND BOBBY

You voted and here are your 2010 Champions! Meet Bob Davisson and Bobby Hayes and see their stories!

RELIVE THE STORIES ON DEMAND

Watch the Champions of Change Finale and all our Champions stories here.

Top 10

Health & Wellness

Volunteering for a healthy and active society. Read Clara Hughes's blog about Health and Wellness here.
Advocate:
Clara Hughes
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International finalist:
Christopher Opio
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Canadian finalist:
Lindsay Willms
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Social Justice

Volunteering for equality. Read Mary Walsh's blog about Social Justice here.
Advocate:
Mary Walsh
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International finalist:
Jorge de Guzman
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Canadian finalist:
Gladys Radek
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Housing & Infrastructure

Volunteering to improve the places we live in. Read Mike Holmes's blog about Housing and Infrastructure here.
Advocate:
Mike Holmes
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International finalist:
Victor Fernandez
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Canadian finalist:
Weldetinsae Yemane
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Education, Community & Culture

Volunteering for the future. Read Brett Wilson's blog about Education, Community and Culture here.
Advocate:
W. Brett Wilson
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International finalist:
Bob Davisson
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Canadian finalist:
Bobby Hayes
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Environment

Volunteering for Mother Earth.
Advocate:
Measha Brueggergosman
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International finalist:
Jeff Schnurr
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Canadian finalist:
Eliza Olson
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SPECIAL 11th JUDGES' CHOICE AWARD

The Champions of Change judges found themselves overwhelmed by the sheer number and quality of the many Canadian volunteers nominated. The sponsor Manulife Financial came forward with an idea to introduce a special 11th prize of $10, 000 to the nominee that best exemplified the volunteer spirit that lies at the core of Champions of Change.

The nominee they selected was Nicole Messier of Sainte-Julienne, Quebec. Congratulations Nicole!