Meme Contest

Meme Contest

Create and enter a meme with an original photo relating to an economic principle or topic.

This meme contest is open to all students across Canada. Students are encouraged to take photos of something in their lives that reflects an economic principle or topic. The students are to caption the photo and create a meme.

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Some examples of economic principles and topics that can be used are:

  • Tradeoffs
  • Opportunity Cost
  • Marginal Returns
  • Incentives
  • Specialization (Trade)
  • Markets Organize Economic Activity
  • Government Policy
  • Inflation
  • Inflation and Unemployment Tradeoffs
  • Scarcity
  • Productivity
  • Supply and Demand

Prizes for winning entries:

  • $50 Amazon Gift Card
  • Feature on the Fraser Institute’s website
  • Possible feature on Fraser Institute’s social media
  • Possible feature in the Canadian Student Review


Instagram Steps:

  1. Post your meme on Instagram
  2. Tag @Fraser_Institute
  3. #EconomicsTopics
  4. Hashtag the economic topic

Facebook Steps:

  1. Post your meme on @EducationPrograms Facebook wall
  2. Hashtag the economic topic


Contest Rules (pdf)

For enquiries, contact Tanya Nelson at or 1-800-665-3558, ext 549 or 604-688-0221, ext 549.

Fall 2018 Winners