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Tournament 1

October 15, 2016 - North Elementary and All High School

  • Hosted by Saskatoon Home Educated Debaters (SHED) and Walter Murray Collegiate Debate Club
  • Location: Walter Murray Collegiate, Saskatoon
  • Registration Deadline: October 7, 2016
  • Transportation from Regina to Saskatoon is available on the day of the tournament.

Resolutions Package

T1: North Judges Invitation

TI: North Debater Invitation

 

Judges Form

 

The SEDA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will also be held on October 15, 2016 at 12:30 pm at the WMCI Library.

 

October 28, 2016, Friday  - South Elementary Tournament 1

  • Hosted by the Regina Huda School Debate Club
  • Location: Ecole Elsie Mironuck Community School, 18 Wakefield Crescent, Regina    NEW LOCATION!!!
  • Registration Deadline: October 21, 2016

Two Rounds of Prepared Debates and One Round of Impromptu Debates.

Resolution:

This House believes that hosting the Olympics is a good investment.

There will be two rounds of the prepared motion and one round of Impromptu debates!

 

Tournament 2

SASKATOON - November 18, 2016 - All North and French

  • Hosted by the Aden Bowman Collegiate Debate Club
  • Location: Aden Bowman Collegiate, Saskatoon
  • Registration Deadline: November 10, 2016

 

OPEN Research Package

BEGINNER Research Package

TII: Judges Invitation

TII: Debater Invitation

 

Judges Scoring Form

 

REGINA - November 25, 2016 - All South

  • Hosted by the Luther College High School Debate Club
  • Location: Luther College High School, Regina
  • Registration Deadline: November 18, 2016

OPEN Research Package

BEGINNER Research Package

TII: Judges Invitation

TII: Debater Invitation

 

Judges Scoring Form

 

Prepared Debates.  Theme for research is Science.

 

Resolutions:

Elementary:  This House would privatize the sale of water.

High School:  This House believes government should prioritize sustainable development over economic growth.

 

Tournament 3

December 2, 2016, Friday - North Elementary Tournament 3

  • Hosted by the Caswell School Debate CLub and the Silverspring School Debate Club
  • Location: Silverspring School, Saskatoon
  • Registration Deadline: November 25, 2016
  • Style: Impromptu

Theme: Media and Technology

Research Package 1

Research Package 2

TIII: North Elem Judges Invitation

TIII: North Elem Debater Invitation

 

December 9, 2016, Friday - North Novice and Open Tournament 3

  • Hosted by the North Battleford Comprehensive High School Debate Club
  • Location: North Battleford Comprehensive High School
  • Registration Deadline: December 2, 2016

TIII: North Open Debater Invitation

TIII: North Open Judges Invitation

 

December 10, 2016, Saturday - South Tournament 3

  • Hosted by the Swift Current Comprehensive High School Debate Club
  • Location: Swift Current Comprehensive High School
  • Registration Deadline: December 2, 2016


TIII: South Debater Invitation

TIII: South Judges Invitation

 

Tournament 4 (IMPROMTU)

Friday, February 10, 2017 - North Tournament 4

  • Host: University of Saskatchewan Debate Society
  • Location: Arts Building, University of Saskatchewan, 9 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK

TIV: North Debaters Invitation

TIV: North Judges Invitation

 

Type: Impromptu Motions

Theme: Canadian Politics and Law

Research Package

Sample Resolutions

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Provincials

Saturday, March 4, 2017

  • Location: Winston Knoll Collegiate, Regina

Resolution (Prepared):

This House believes Canada should prioritize visible minorities when appointing judges.

Resolutions Package

 

Our Sponsors

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News & Upcoming Events

  • Changes to the Board

     

    The October AGM saw a number of changes to the board we'd like to acknowledge. We are pleased with the strong turn-out this year. We had a number of parents and coaches present as well as most clubs represented. With the regular turn-over in board member terms, we would like to welcome Melissa Gerlach and Paula Dvernichuk as new members to the board. Of course these psotions mark the end of terms of other members. So, we'd also like to acknowledge the following retiring board members:

     

    Kara Helmes - Kara has been a long history with SEDA. A member of the board for over 10 years, she has committed to coaching and supporting SEDA. A former debater, president and past president (two terms), she helped SEDA navigate some turbulent waters in recent years. We thank Kara for her commitment and leadership.

     

    Sarah Myers - Sarah, a recent addition to the board, has spent her free time supporting elementary debate and coaching. As a highly respected member of the board, her contributions are valued. We are grateful to Sarah for her contributions to SEDA.

     

    Dylan Hardy - A former debater, Dylan is passionate about debate. He has committed his time to the advancement of debate and debaters in the province as a coach, mentor, judge and board member. Although his long commitment to the board is coming to an end, Dylan's impact on the debate community will remain.

     

    Matt Schmeisser - Also a former debater, Matt has dedicated hours debating, coaching and actively participating on the board. Matt has volunteered his time and energy and influence many young debaters and many have noted the feedback he provides. Wherever his career takes him, debate will remain an important part of Matt's life. SEDA is grateful to Matt and wishes him the best in his endeavors.

  • Your Canada - Your Constitution

    Thank you YCYC for sponsoring 2016 National Debate!

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