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Celebrating 30 years as Canada's largest STEM outreach organization

Devoted to empowering youth as innovators, leaders, and problem solvers.

Celebrating 30 years as Canada's largest STEM outreach organization.

Devoted to empowering youth as innovators, leaders, and problem solvers.

The Future of STEM Education in Canada

Get a front row seat - virtually - for an illuminating and provocative conversation about the trends, challenges, and opportunities facing the Future of Education in Canada. A panel of experts will join Dr. Bonnie Schmidt, President and Founder of Let’s Talk Science for this important conversation.


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In the News

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Government of Canada Invests in Let’s Talk Science, Boosting National STEM Education Opportunities for Children and Youth

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Let’s Talk Science, a national, charitable education and outreach organization – is pleased to announce the Government of Canada’s commitment to provide $28.5 million in funding over five years. The investment, provided through the Strategic Science Fund, will begin in 2024 and will have a significant impact towards our ability to deliver programming that supports skills and competency development in children and youth across Canada through STEM education.

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Success is ‘Because Of’ not ‘Despite’: Tammy Webster Receives EDI Leader Award


My success is because of passionate, committed leaders and colleagues who want to impact equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility worldwide. Their vision, leadership, and values align with mine, and the work becomes a collaboration between experts who use their gifts.

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“Education is the Great Equalizer”: Richard Longtin to Join Let’s Talk Science as Vice President, External Relations


“Education is the great equalizer, and the power and pursuit of it is beyond just knowledge, wealth or a credential,” says Longtin. “People don’t realize how much it can transform an individual, how it transforms communities, families, and society.”

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  • Government of Canada
  • hibernia
  • The Mitchell and Kathryn Baran Family Foundation

  • Rio Tinto
  • Trottier Family Foundation
  • Nova Chemicals
  • Mobility Partner, Toyota  Canada Foundation
  • Alphawave Semi
  • Cenovus Energy Inc.
  • The Colcleugh Leadership Program

  • Desjardins Foundation
  • Richard & Leigh Dobson

  • RBC Future Launch
  • Seaspan
  • Spin Master
  • Acuitas Therapeutics
  • The Lewitt Family Foundation
  • The Margaret & Andrew Stephens Family Foundation

  • NCR Foundation
  • Nutrien Ltd