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ARCHIVE

Below you will find an archive of newsletters. So whether you missed out on a particular newsletter or wanted to dig into CASC history, please enjoy below! For recent member news click here.

November 2021

Latest News from CASC: A community bridging formal and informal science learning environments


October 2021
Latest News from CASC: Collaboration is necessary to tackle global and local challenges

September 2021
Latest News from CASC: Linking science and innovation to society

August 2021
Latest News from CASC: Leveraging a network of science and innovation engagement leaders

July 2021 

Latest News from CASC: Showcasing our Members and Community!


June 2021

Latest News from CASC: AGM Next Week & New CASCADE Awards!

May 2021 

Latest News from CASC: Full schedule and registration details for NEXT WEEK'S CONFERENCE!


April 2021

Latest News from CASC: Inspiring Youth to Climate Action

March 2021

Latest News from CASC: New Opportunities

February 2021

Latest News from CASC: Future Imperfect

January 2021

Latest News from CASC: Together Against Misinformation initiative!

December 2020

Latest News from CASC: Looking forward to 2021!

November 2020

Latest News from CASC: Keeping you informed.

October 2020

Latest News from CASC: Keeping you in the loop!

Latest News from CASC: Where do we go from here?


August 2020

Latest News from CASC: Keeping you up-to-date!

Latest News from CASC: The critical role of Science Centres & Museums


July 2020

Latest News from CASC: COVID-19 Recovery Updates

Latest News from CASC: Science Starts Here

June 2020

Latest News from CASC: Navigating the changing landscape

May 2020

CASC COVID-19 Update: Recovery and Reopening Plans

CASC COVID-19 Update: Looking Ahead – COVID-19 Recovery

April 2020

CASC COVID-19 Update: A thriving science culture in Canada

CASC COVID-19 Update: Redoubling our Efforts to serve our Communities

CASC COVID-19 Update: Helping Canadians during COVID-19

CASC COVID-19 Update: Your continued commitment to Planking the Curve.

CASC COVID-19 Update: We are here to support you.

March 2020

CASC COVID-19 Update: We will get through this together.

CASC COVID-19 Update: Message from the Executive Director



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