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  • Wednesday, July 14, 2021 9:53 AM | Anonymous

    On July 29, 2021 this new space will share beautiful narratives, heart stopping storytelling and will feature work written, created and narrated by international artists and science communicators.

    Learn more.

  • Thursday, July 08, 2021 4:33 PM | Anonymous

    CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
    The deadline for submissions is July 23, 2021
    → → → https://bit.ly/3jYzqbi

    APPEL DE CANDIDATURES
    L'échéance pour les soumissions est le 23 juillet 2021
    → → → https://bit.ly/3xrNG03

    Institutional | Institutionnels
    → Exhibits | Exposition
    → Gallery | Galerie
    → Presentation | Présentation
    → Program | Programme

    Individual | Individuels
    → Emerging Professional | Professionnel.le en émergence
    → Exceptional Project/ Program Leadership | Leadership exceptionnel dans un projet/programme
    → Outstanding Career Achievement | Réalisation exceptionnelle durant la carrière

  • Thursday, June 24, 2021 3:48 PM | Anonymous
    PromoScience NSERC invites applications for initiatives that promote the natural sciences and engineering (NSE) to Canada’s young people. PromoScience supports activities and content designed for youth in elementary school and high school (including those in the equivalent first year of college in Quebec), and their teachers, and activities that will encourage Indigenous undergraduate students to pursue graduate studies in the NSE. Your application must be submitted to NSERC before 8:00 p.m. (ET) on September 15.


    • Thursday, June 24, 2021 3:46 PM | Anonymous
      Saskatchewan Science Centre welcomes Lego exhibit


      • Thursday, June 24, 2021 3:45 PM | Anonymous
        Hospitality N.L. honours Petty Harbour Mini Aquarium with the Sustainable Tourism Award 


        • Thursday, June 24, 2021 3:45 PM | Anonymous
          The Armand-Frappier Museum Will Present the Bilingual Travelling Exhibition Pandemics


          • Thursday, June 24, 2021 3:43 PM | Anonymous

            THANK YOU!

            The CASC Board of Directors and staff would like to thank you for attending our first ever virtual conference.

            We set a record with 373 registrations!

            Over the course of three days, 29 speakers shared their wisdom during 3 live keynote/plenary panels and 9 pre-recorded sessions with live Q&A segments.

            We connected with our colleagues during 3 demo breaks and 3 social networking activities.

            The conference recordings are available on the virtual platform on demand for anyone who registered.

            The conference would not be possible without our conference organizing committee, our program committee volunteers and our dynamic volunteer emcee, Ashley Larose.

            We would also like to thank our generous sponsors for their support of the conference. Their financial contributions enable us to keep the registration costs low. We encourage you to work with organizations that support our industry!

            We look forward to welcoming you to CASC 2022 next year!

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          • Thursday, June 24, 2021 3:40 PM | Anonymous

            The Annual Canadian Association of Science Centres conference is less than a week away! We look forward to connecting with our national network virtually from June 1-3, 2021. 

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          • Thursday, June 24, 2021 3:38 PM | Anonymous

            CASC is a platform to share information and build capacity for its members and sector.

            We are excited to partner with the Discovery Centre, Science North and The Exploration Place to deliver "Inspiring Youth to Climate Action"! This new program funded by the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Canada.

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