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AT HOME WITH CASC

Our sharing of accurate, reliable information has a significant impact.

As Canada begins to move into various stages of reopening, many of our members continue to serve their communities by offering educational programming, resources and materials online. 

Collectively these organizations reach 10 million people across Canada in person each year and reach this audience through 1.35 million accounts on social media.

Follow them on social media for a steady stream of ideas for exploring science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) engagement. 

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CATALOGUE OF AT HOME PROGRAMMING


 Canadian science centres and museums supporting FAMILIES by offering online content.


Canadian science centres and museums supporting EDUCATORS by offering online content.


 


Armand Frappier Museum

 Laval, Quebec

Armand Frappier Museum is delivering virtual exhibits on their website.

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Notre-Dame-des-Bois, Quebec

ASTROLab du Mont Mégantic is engaging the public with Facebook live chats and sessions.

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Kamloops, British Columbia

BIG Little Science Centre is engaging the public with online activities on social media.

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Montreal, Quebec

They want to brighten your days with a few views of the sky, right up until reopening!

#MuseumsAndChill 

#MuseumsFromHome

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Canadian Association of Girls in Science (CAGIS) 

Mississauga, Ontario 

CAGIS is sharing fun, online, interactive content including activities, Q&As with STEM experts, online classroom sessions, an online science fair, and more!

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Canada South Science City

Windsor, Ontario

Canada South Science City is engaging the public with online content on social media.

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Churchill Northern Studies Centre 

Churchill, Manitoba 

Check out the live Aurora cam located at the Churchill Northern Studies Centre.

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Discovery Centre 

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Discovery Centre is engaging the public with online interactions on social media. Their Little Learners program brings fun, hands-on learning to the youngest of minds.

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Entomica

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

Entomica is SUPER excited to announce the launch of a BRAND-NEW series they've developed—it's called "Meet A Bug, Feed A Bug, Make A Bug"!

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H.R. MacMillan Space Centre

Vancouver, British Columbia

H.R. MacMillan Space Centre is engaging the public with online activities on social media.

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Indus Space 

Toronto, Ontario

Indus Space is engaging the public by sharing at home activities on social media and their website.

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Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation 

Ottawa, Ontario

Ingenium's three museums are offering a variety of online science activities for you to do at home! 

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La Maison Léon-Provancher 

Quebec, Quebec

La Maison Léon-Provancher is sharing resources on social media.

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Ottawa, Ontario 

Little Ray's is engaging the public by sharing interactive content on facebook.

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London Regional Children’s Museum

 London, Ontario 

London Regional Children’s Museum is offering Learn At Home Resources designed for educators and e-classrooms. 

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Winnipeg, Manitoba

Manitoba Children's Museum is engaging the public on their social media platforms

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Montreal, Quebec

Montréal Science Centre is engaging the public on their social media platforms and by providing STEM content and activities on their website.

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Musée de l’ingéniosité J. Armand Bombardier

Valcourt, Quebec

Musée de l’ingéniosité J. Armand Bombardier is engaging the public by sharing STEM activities on social media. They are also offering virtual tours of their facilities on their website. 

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Okanagan Science Centre

Okanagan, British Columbia

Okanagan Science Centre is engaging the public by sharing educational activities on social media. They are also posting science demos on their YouTube channel. 

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Ontario Science Centre 

Toronto, Ontario

Ontario Science Centre is engaging the public on social media with a variety of interactive content featuring guest speakers, scientists and science communicators.

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Resurgo Place Transportation Discovery Centre

Moncton, New Brunswick

Resurgo Place is gathering, producing and sharing online resources on social media and YouTube.

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Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium 

Montreal, Quebec

Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium is delivering hands on activities on social media. Check out their Astro-Kids activities on their website.

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Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Toronto, Ontario 

Watch them live Monday to Friday at 1 pm on Facebook as they post 10-40 minute segments on science activities, animal facts and live feedings.  

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    Saskatchewan Science Centre 

    Regina, Saskatchewan 

    Saskatchewan Science Centre is delivering great science education to your computer almost daily! 

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    Science East 

    Fredericton, New Brunswick

    Science East is delivering a variety of hands on activities and challenges on social media.

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    Science North 

    Sudbury, Ontario

    Science North is delivering hands on STEM activities and challenges. Hear from an expert with their Bluecoat Talks series on Facebook live.

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      Science North - Thunder Bay Thunder Bay, Ontario

      Science North - Thunder Bay is posting daily at-home science experiments on social media.

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      Science Timmins 

      Timmins, Ontario

      Science Timmins is sharing printable hands on activities and challenges on social media.

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      Science World

       Vancouver, British Columbia

      Science World is delivering programs for students and teachers that include coding, computational thinking and digital skills, through Tech-Up.

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      TELUS Spark

      Calgary, Alberta

      Spark Science from Home will connect you virtually to remarkable creators, scientists, artists, educators and builders to bring the world to you.

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      TELUS World of Science Edmonton (TWOSE) 

      Edmonton, Alberta

      TWOSE is delivering exciting DIY science experiments you can try at home!

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      Exploration Place Museum & Science Centre 

      Prince George, British Columbia

      Join them daily at 10 am PST on Facebook live for animal visits, science demos, and more. Explore the history of Prince George with their online exhibits.

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      The Manitoba Museum 

      Winnipeg, Manitoba

      The Manitoba Museum created Prairie Pollination, a Virtual Museum of Canada program run by the Canadian Heritage Information Network.

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        THEMUSEUM 

        Kitchener, Ontario

        THEMUSEUM has adapted some of their education programming for at home learning!

        Join CEO David Marskell on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays as he takes a walk down memory lane.

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        Toronto Zoo 

        Toronto, Ontario

        Toronto Zoo is engage the public through online interactions with their animals daily on social media. They are also sharing parent resources such as lesson plans, activities, and worksheets.

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        If you have other resources to suggest, please let us know at info@casc-accs.com. If you are interested in partnership please contact Marianne at mader@casc-accs.com.

        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. We strive for reconciliation by working to transform existing relationships to emphasize open dialogue, mutual understanding and respectful collaborations.

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