2017-24-5 | News
Let's Talk Science launches exciting initiative to engage youth in STEM in five communities in Canada’s far north.
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The Let’s Talk Science Challenge is ramping up to be our biggest event yet, with 814 teams of Grade 6, 7 and 8 students already registered across Canada!
This weekend, the first of our three regional Outreach conferences will kick-off at Dalhousie University in Halifax.
Our Outreach volunteers from the Université de Sherbrooke have been kept busy with visits to rural schools in Québec. Volunteers Camille Bergeron and Camille Chapdelaine share their experiences.
Happy International Volunteer Day!
The Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers Association (NLTA) Conference is taking place from December 4th to December 6th at Memorial University in St. John’s. Let’s Talk Science has partnered with the NLTA’s Math-Science Special Interest Council to present a lunch and learn for senior administrators, as well as a keynote address to educators highlighting the importance of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Let's Talk Science Outreach volunteers from the University of Guelph have teamed up with Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health to bring hands-on health activities to children and youth in the region.
Our Outreach program has lasting effects. Along with the impact the volunteers have on children, youth, parents, and educators our volunteers are also gaining new experiences!
Welcome to Ryerson University our 41st Let's Talk Science Outreach site!
Let’s Talk Science is pleased to announce that registration for Tomatosphere™ for the 2014-15 school year is now open
2017-24-5 | Upcoming Events
Our Let's Talk Science Outreach sites have a lot of exciting events going on this month! Check out how they are celebrating Biotechnology Week, Science and Tech Week, Chemistry Week, and Halloween.
September 22-28 is Science Literacy Week across Toronto. Let's Talk Science Outreach volunteers at University of Toronto, Mississauga campus are taking part in the fun!
This summer, 120 early years and K-3 educators participated in IdeaPark Summer Institutes in Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Council of Canadian Academies’ report, Science Culture: Where Canada Stands, was released today. The report helps to paint the clearest picture of Canada’s science culture and science culture support system in 25 years.
With 3,121 students forming 821 teams, and accompanied by 262 teachers at 23 universities and colleges across Canada, the Let’s Talk Science Challenge certainly made a splash this year!