Let’s Talk Science Outreach Awards finalists announced

2015-17-4 | News

As National Volunteer Week draws to an end, we’re proud to announce the finalists for 2015.

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Michelle Bondy, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Coordinator and Volunteer at the University of Windsor

2015-16-4 | Featured Volunteers

Through the Outreach program, our Local Site Coordinators work to ensure their volunteers are having a rewarding and impactful experience.

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Laetitia Guillemette, Let’s Talk Science CurioCité Volunteer

2015-15-4 | Featured Volunteers

You can volunteer in French, English, online and in person! Help us make our programs accessible to all Canadians.

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William Chan, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Coordinator and Volunteer at the University of Alberta

2015-14-4 | Featured Volunteers

William gets a lot out of his role as a volunteer coordinator – inspiring the children as well as his volunteers.

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Magdalena Pop, Let's Talk Science CurioCity Volunteer

2015-12-4 | Featured Volunteers

It’s not just the kids who are learning! Our volunteers also learn new science and ways of explaining science topics through their work.

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Celebrating National Volunteer Week 2015

2015-12-4 | News

It's National Volunteer Week and that means one thing: a huge round of applause for our incredible Let's Talk Science volunteers!

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Reem Ghaleb, Let's Talk Science Outreach Volunteer at University of Calgary

2015-9-4 | Featured Volunteers

I love being able to get students inspired and interested in science through hands-on activities and sharing my passion for science with others.

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Game-changing research discoveries celebrated during Ontario Research Week, March 30 - April 2

2015-27-3 | News

Ontario-based research has changed Canada and the world. Thousands of Ontario researchers are working every day to change lives, yet oftentimes their breakthroughs remain unknown

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Cody O'Brien, Let's Talk Science Outreach volunteer wins prestigious Prime Minister’s Volunteer Award

2015-19-3 | News

Memorial University student wins prestigious Prime Minister’s Volunteer Award for Let’s Talk Science outreach efforts in rural, remote communities.

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Let’s Talk Science receives boost from NSERC’s PromoScience Program

2015-18-3 | News

On Wednesday, March 18th at the Children’s Museum in London, Ontario, the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology), announced a three-year, $102,000 investment in Let’s Talk Science to support the award-winning TomatosphereTM program. The funding comes from the federal government’s Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council’s (NSERC) PromoScience Program that invests in organizations inspiring young Canadians to study science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

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Let’s Talk Science receives boost from NSERC’s PromoScience Program

2015-18-3 | Media Releases

Today, the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology), announced a three-year, $102,000 investment in Let’s Talk Science to support the award-winning Tomatosphere™ program.

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Memorial University student wins prestigious Prime Minister’s Volunteer Award for Let’s Talk Science outreach efforts in rural, remote communities

2015-18-3 | Media Releases

Cody O’Brien, a Memorial University of Newfoundland biochemistry major and avid Let’s Talk Science volunteer has been named Community Leader (Atlantic) in the 2015 Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards. The Happy Valley-Goose Bay student is one of just 17 successful award recipients chosen from 385 nominees.

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Event: Spring Outreach Activities

2015-17-3 | Upcoming Events

Check out what Let's Talk Science Outreach is up to in March and April.

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High School Students Explore Science & Entrepreneurship Link

2015-10-3 | News

Approximately 110 students from Grades 9-12 at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay are spending Tuesday, March 10 with Let’s Talk Science and the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation, practicing their inquiry and problem-solving skills, exploring self-employment career options and learning from local entrepreneurs.

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Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation, Let’s Talk Science Launch Partnership

2015-10-3 | News

The Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation (CSTMC) and Let’s Talk Science are partnering to help our nation’s youth strengthen their learning about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and prolong their studies in these fields.

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