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"We're going to feature ocean technology, climate change and a fun touch tank for families," said Bercovici. "We're going to feature things that are important to the Maritimes … It's really going to bring people back to the sea." Read more
The exhibit will feature very intimate artifacts, including Fox’s prosthetic leg, the shirt and shoes he wore during the marathon and even the van that following him along the highway. Read more
The POPnology exhibition makes its Canadian debut at the Telus World of Science in Edmonton and opens Feb. 9, 2018. Read more
Once used used to house exhibits on the exploits of the soviet space agency, a new group of tenants now call the Staircase Room at the Telus World of Science home. Read more
VANCOUVER AQUARIUM — OUR FUTURE
This fall, the Aquarium will begin construction on the Canada’s Arctic exhibit that has been planned for more than a decade: a transformed habitat and display that will engage visitors about the challenges facing Canada’s fragile North. An array of species will be featured, from coldwater corals to Arctic pinnipeds, such as seals and walruses. Learn more.
The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, announced an investment of $2.7 million to relocate the Musée Armand-Frappier, Centre d'interprétation des biosciences, to the Cosmodôme site in Laval.
Granted by the Government of Canada through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund, this funding will enable the Musée Armand-Frappier to better meet the needs of its clientele by offering the public larger, more accessible spaces and by welcoming more school groups. Thanks to this project, the City of Laval will also be able to enhance the region's cultural offer and consolidate its science-based museum attractions.
"The stakeholders of the Musée Armand-Frappier are delighted with this grant, which will allow the municipality to complete the financial package required to equip the Museum with new facilities. We have been working enthusiastically for some time now to define this great project, which will see the Museum transform into an Armand-Frappier BioCentre. We are confident that these new facilities will provide an enhanced experience for our visitors, with the opportunity to explore the infinitely large at the Cosmodôme and the infinitely small at the BioCentre, while maintaining the human-scale educational approach that characterizes our institution." - Ms. Guylaine Archambault, Executive Director, Musée Armand-Frappier, Centre d' interprétation des biosciences
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At the end of a four-year secondment from Science North, Stephanie Deschenes will return to her home organization at the end of June 2018. The Canadian Association of Science Centres is now searching for a new Executive Director to continue the association’s mission to build capacity for members to inspire a creative and prosperous Canada through science and technology engagement. A copy of the job posting can be found here.
At the request of many members, CASC has implemented a new ListServ.
This is your opportunity to generate a conversation among members via email. The CASC ListServ allows you to participate in existing conversations or create new ones. Sign up here!
CASC has launched a database of scientists and speakers available to CASC Members only! The database includes speakers from a wide variety of disciplines from agriculture to technology, and can help you find a speaker for any type of event.
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