The Canada Science and Technology Museum may be primarily a construction site these days, but museum officials are ensuring it's at least a colourful one.
Dozens of aspiring artists gathered Saturday at the St. Laurent Boulevard site to design a nearly 170-metre-long mural on the construction wall. Read more
Vancouver, BC | Inspired chefs and at-home cooks can feast their eyes at Fin to Tail, a new event from the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, featuring cooking demonstrations from the city’s hottest Ocean Wise® chefs. Seafood lovers will learn from the pros, including Chef Jonathan Chuy of La Mezcaleria, Chef Clement Chan of Torafuku, Chef Ned Bell of Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise culinary team as well as top talent from Fresh Ideas Start Here (F.I.S.H.) Read more
The project spearheaded by Dr. E. Leigh Syms of the Manitoba Museum, is only the fourth time there has been any archaeological excavating on the banks of the Red River beside the St. Andrews Dam and Lock in Lockport. Read more
TIMMINS - Science Timmins’ decision to open the Science Village in the St. Mary’s Garden is an experiment that has been a resounding success.
“Before we had the venue, most of our programs were geared to students because we needed to use other venues although we did have some with seniors and adult Read more
MONTRÉAL, June 15, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - In conjunction with its annual theme of Seeing the Big Picture, Montréal Space for Life is proud to present a new double feature at the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium. Starting on June 16, visitors will be able to enjoy the fruit of two splendid collaborative efforts: One Day… on Mars, featuring an original musical score by DUMAS, and Asteroid: Mission Extreme, a National Geographic/ Sky-Skan co-production, narrated in English by Sigourney Weaver and in French by Isabelle Blais. Read more
Although we depend on our oceans for more than 60 per cent of the world’s oxygen, for weather regulation and for food that sustains more than 1.25 billion people, we’ve been careless with what we’re realizing now is a limited resource.
Canada has skin in this game: at more than 200,000 kilometres, ours is easily the world’s longest coastline. These are high stakes and we know it. According to an Insights West,,, Read more
Officially introduced on June 14, Wild Weather is a new and interactive exhibit at Science North that immerses visitors in the subject of climate change.
“It’s a fabulous exhibit that's going to make the impacts of climate change more visible and real to audiences by talking about extremes in temperature and extremes in weather occurrences.” said Guy Labine, CEO of Science North. Read more
The Nunavut Research Institute is looking to hand out $2 million for projects focusing on marine safety in the territory.
This is the first time the research institute has issued a call for proposals for applied research Read more
The Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa is looking for public feedback about the design of its new science park.
The museum has been holding public consultations all month on the redevelopment of its green space. The national facility is hoping to create a world-class park that is Read more
They made the treacherous climb up this Arctic cliff to get answers about global warming... Read more
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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