Indigenous
Initiatives

At Let’s Talk Science, we’re deeply committed to ensuring equitable access to our programs for all youth in Canada, and have been collaborating with Indigenous communities since 1994. We acknowledge and respect the diversity among Indigenous Peoples and their communities.

What We Do

Young student holding a paper pin wheel and blowing on it to move it

Indigenous Outreach

Our volunteers and staff travel to Indigenous communities throughout Canada to engage children and youth in hands-on STEM-based activities that promote the development of essential skills. We also have online programs that can be accessed in both the classroom and the community. All of our youth programs are offered free of charge.

Indigenous Elder singing and using a hand held drum up in the air.

National Indigenous Advisory Council

Established in 2007, our National Indigenous Advisory Council (formerly the National Aboriginal Advisory Council) plays an important role in guiding the successful development of Let’s Talk Science programs and initiatives to support the needs of Indigenous children and communities.

Contact Us

Erin Macpherson
Coordinator, Indigenous Initiatives
emacpherson@letstalkscience.ca
Let’s Talk Science
1-877-474-4081 ext. 241