|The Canadian Association of Science Centres was founded in 1985 to create synergy among Canada's science centres and science-related museums, to assist in finding solutions to the challenges faced by these important public institutions, and to provide a single voice before government.
The Canadian Association of Science Centres is a national platform for Canada’s Science Centres and informal science engagement. We represent 45 Science Centres, Museums and Planetariums across Canada that attract 8 million visitors annually, of which 6 millions are adults. The workforce across our membership represents more than 1,500 science communicators and support stuff in addition to more than 10,000 volunteers. Collectively, the budgets at our member organizations exceed $200 million annually.
|CASC News releases
Save the date for the 2015 conference ➜
How to reach the CASC office ➜
CASC Announces New Leadership ➜
CASCADE 2014 National Award Winners ➜
The Canadian Association of Science Centres builds capacity for its members to inspire a creative and prosperous Canada through science and technology engagement.
In 2015, the Association of Science - Technology Centers (ASTC) annual conference will be held in Canada! ➜
Alex Benay named CEO at the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation ➜
|News in the field
Science Culture: Where Canada Stands ➜
Science Charter British Columbia ➜