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From September 25 to October 15 the Manitoba Museum will showcase two photographic exhibits marking 150 years of Canadian relations with the United States.
Eyes on the Arctic
In May, The Amazing Race Canada filmed an episode in Sault Ste. Marie where participants came face to face with Costa Rican peppered and Madagascar hissing cockroaches at Entomica’s insectariums. Props from the show were left behind and the science centre is using them as a fundraising tool. Learn more
Science Writers and Communicators of Canada and Science Borealis are excited to announce the nominees for the 2017 People’s Choice Awards: Canada’s Favourite Science Online!
Vote for your favourite websites and blogs and bestow upon them the bragging rights they so richly deserve! It’s easy to do. Learn more
Every year at the CASC Annual Conference a gala and awards ceremony is held to recognize the outstanding people, programs and exhibits in Canada's science centres, museums, aquariums and planetariums!
Very soon we will be announcing a call for nominations for Outstanding Individual Achievements. Recipients of in this category will become Honourary Lifetime Members of CASC.
Who will you nominate?
This year's CASC conference theme is LHULH’UTS’UT’EN (Lull uts soo tan), a Lheidli T’enneh word meaning "Working Together".
With your knowledge and experience we can mutually develop a ground-breaking conference experience that inspires, builds capacity and fosters collaboration.
We want you – Submit a session proposal now!
Deadline to submit is Oct 30, 2017
Don’t miss the next Innovation festival coming to The Discovery Centre on October 11! They will be hosting both the Power of Ideas Tour from October 11 to 15, and QUANTUM: The Exhibition from October 14 to November 30. Other events include a public lecture by Art McDonald, the Level Up fair and an Innovation Alley. Learn more about Innovation 150 upcoming events on our Innovation150 page.
Science Literacy Week, which is held September 18 to 21, aims to promote science literacy by promoting outstanding science communicators all across the country. As a leader in science communication and science outreach, CASC members were successfully able to reach many Canadian children with over 15 participating members and 39 events held across the country! See which organizations participated on our Science Literacy Week page!
Canada’s first and only comprehensive masters program in science communication was celebrated Monday at Laurentian University. The first cohort of students enrolled in this 12-month intense program began courses in early September.
“We are thrilled to be offering this exceptional science communication program at the masters level and we look forward to building on its incredible success with our partners at Science North,” Serge Demers, VP, academic and provost, said in a release. Read more
Montréal Space for Life is inviting everyone to the Gardens of Light, a fall "highlight" running from September 8 to October 31. This year it includes a new lighted path through the Botanical Garden's three cultural gardens, each looking at nature from a different perspective. Once night falls, you can explore the newly restored Chinese Garden festooned with immense dragon-shaped lanterns, mythical creatures associated with water. Then you can continue to the First Nations Garden, to enjoy a new multimedia experience set to the intense heartbeat of the cycle of life. To finish off your evening, stroll through the heart of Japanese Garden and take the time to appreciate the natural beauties around you in the poetic lighting. Read more
Throughout this week, CASC is introducing a refreshed look and feel, beginning with a new logo. As an advocate on behalf of Canada’s science centres, we feel it is important to project an image that is current and professional and demonstrates confidence in ourselves and our members’ abilities to inspire a creative and prosperous Canada through science and technology engagement.
Our new graphic look is an enhancement of a logo developed in 2010 and is extended throughout all of our communications for consistency. When potential partners see our visual identities, they will know that collectively, we are innovative, creative and trusted by Canadians.
We’d like to extend our thanks to TWG Communications for creating the new visual look.
For a closer look at our new logo and usage guidelines, click here.
The CASC office is situated in Robinson Huron Treaty territory and the land on which we learn and live is the traditional territory of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek.
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