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We live in an era in which science and technology are reshaping everything, from the way we work to the way we manage our lives and interact with the world. With fewer than 6 million children and youth, ages 3-17, in Canada, we cannot afford to leave any behind. Let’s Talk Science supports the development of all youth into creative, critical thinkers and knowledgeable citizens who are prepared to participate and thrive in a complex global environment.


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In-person training

Seminars, summits and more provide hands-on experiences

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Let's Talk Science Challenge

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Educators & Parents

Everything you need to know about how to participate.

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Student Preparation Centre

Study our Student Handbook, practice quizzes and more to prepare.

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Careers in STEM

Meet diverse, skilled tradespeople working across Canada

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@LetsTalkScience 14 Jan

#FastFactFriday The coldest seawater still in the liquid state ever recorded was found in 2010. Located in a stream under an Antarctic glacier, the temperature recorded was -2.6°C! Learn more about ocean zones and their various conditions here → https://t.co/aU1XFoTXEI

@LetsTalkScience 14 Jan

What do triangles and computers have in common? Surfaces in 3D computer graphics are often converted into triangle equations to save memory. This is because triangles are easily manipulated by an algorithm. More about 🔺 https://t.co/s0XUKYOgBC https://t.co/2k7PGIdJRQ

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