Our Supporters

Thank you to our generous supporters!

Let's Talk Science gratefully acknowledges support from the following organizations and individuals in the period September 2016 to present:

Visionaries

  • Amgen
  • Government of Canada. NSERC. CNSC.
  • Hibernia Management and Development Company Ltd.
  • Mitchell A. Baran

  • Ontario Ministry of Education. Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure
  • The Trottier Family Foundation

Innovators

  • Ontario Trillium Foundation
  • Shell Canada
  • 3M

Discoverers

  • Amgen Foundation
  • Resource Foundation
  • The Boeing Company
  • CH2M Foundation
  • Chevron Canada
  • DOW CTrudell Medicalhemical Canada
  • The Gordon & Ruth Gooder Charitable Foundation

  • Samsung

Explorers

  • The Blachford Group
  • The Canadian Foundation for Innovation
  • The Cloverleaf Foundation
  • The Colcleugh Leadership Program

  • Great West Life - London Life - Canada Life
  • The Hearn Family Foundation

  • J. P. Bickell Foundation

  • Merck Canada
  • NRStor Energy Inc.
  • SAP Canada Inc.
  • The Young Fund at the Hamilton Community Foundation

  • Shaw Communications Inc.**
  • SMART**

Builders

  • ArcelorMittal Dofasco
  • bc-hydro-1
  • The Chawkers Foundation

  • Dart Foundation
  • Galin Foundation

  • GM
  • Nalcor Energy
  • Raytheon Canada Limited
  • Roche
  • Sherritt
  • S.M. Blair Family Foundation

  • Stokes Seeds

Pioneers


Individuals

  • The Annan Family
  • Marietta (Mars) Bloch
  • André Boysen
  • Laura Brown
  • Cecilia Bungay
  • Joseph Calderone
  • Heather M. Cane
  • Glenda & Darren Casimir
  • Tracey Church
  • Cailin Clarke & John Greig
  • Dave & Janice
    Colcleugh
  • Richard & Leigh
    Dobson
  • Anita Elworthy
  • Lynn Fitzpatrick
  • Timothy Fletcher
  • The Foulkes Family
  • Randy & Andrea Frank
  • Wayne Gale
  • Joaquin Garcia
  • Warren Granger
  • Catherine & James Hammond
  • Gerald Heffernan
  • Ashley Hellyer
  • Kyle & Lauren Hollis
  • Nicole Kaiser
  • Beth Houslander
  • David Lapides & Ilana Krygier Lapides
  • Sylvain Lumbroso
  • Mark & Sherry McMurray
  • Christine Meharg
  • Sol Meyer
  • Julie Misener & Leon Levin
  • Erin MacPherson
  • Melanie Maddix
  • Stefan Merchant
  • Bruce H. Mitchell
  • Bonnie Moir
  • André & Susan Motuzas
  • Bill & Jan Mustard
  • Kim Mustard-Fenton
  • Dr. Bulent Mutus
  • Vanessa Nelson
  • Desiree Newhook
  • Michele Noble
  • Nikki Nourse
  • Graham Orpwood
  • Charles Paradis
  • Mark Poznansky
  • Gregor Richards
  • Will Rogers & Helen Ferkul
  • Gella & Paul Rothstein
  • Shane Ruman
  • Don Sancton
  • Bonnie Schmidt
  • Jason Shim, Elysia Guzile & Maya Burhanpurkar
  • Bruce Shultz
  • Mike & Tracy Simpson
  • Heather Small
  • Barbara & Simon Smith
  • Sam Z. Solecki
  • Jillian Steele
  • Sara M. Steers
  • Kim & Scott Taylor
  • Susie Taylor
  • Linda Thomas
  • Carolyn Tomkins
  • Rob Tonus
  • Rosie Triebner
  • Mattea & Joseph Turnbull
  • Ashley Verhaaff
  • Annette Verschuren
  • Craig & Cheryl White
  • Andrew Wigston

5 years or more of support denotes 5 years or more of support

New Supporter denotes new supporter

** denotes in-kind support


Without the consortium of sponsors for Tomatosphere™, this unique educational classroom project would not be possible. In-kind contribution of space exploration expertise, tomato seeds, seed treatment and seed distribution make participation in this program free across Canada.

Canada 2067 is a national initiative to shape the future of STEM learning, focusing on Kindergarten to Grade 12. Canada 2067 thanks our founding partners, champions and sponsors. Their generous contributions and active collaboration have made this bold initiative to shape the future of youth STEM learning over the next 50 years possible.

Thank you to 3M Canada for their contribution of supplies for the Let’s Talk Science Challenge design challenges.


Thank you to all donors who gave anonymously.

Our supporters recognize that science literacy is not only relevant and important to understanding and participating in our changing world, it is fundamental to building an innovative society. Science allows us to question the world around us.

Our supporters encourage this philosophy and understand that Let’s Talk Science’s content can in no way be affected by their donations.


Contact Us

To learn how you or your organization can support Let's Talk Science, please contact:

André Motuzas
Manager, Donor Relations
1.877.474.4081 ex. 224
amotuzas@letstalkscience.ca


Charitable Registration Number: 88540 0846 RR0001