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STEM education creates critical thinkers and innovators

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STEM education creates critical thinkers and innovators

Free, bilingual resources that give youth tools to understand science and technology and empower them beyond the classroom.

Importance of STEM Education

STEM represents more than a list of traditional fields of study, it represents a powerful way of looking at the world. It underpins our ability to tackle critical global challenges and build inclusive prosperity. More people must be engaged with STEM to develop talent, solve difficult problems, tackle misinformation and build public trust in science.

In our latest Reports, we analyze the education system, present recommendations of what needs to change and why, and connect with youth to better understand their perspective on climate change so we can continue to develop programming that is progressive. Get the latest information - read the Reports.

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New opportunities on the horizon for Let’s Talk Science volunteers thanks to The Margaret and Andrew Stephens Family Foundation


Thanks to a generous donation from the Margaret and Andrew Stephens Family Foundation, over the next five years post-secondary student volunteers will have opportunities to be rewarded for participating in professional development and training offered by Let’s Talk Science.

Celebrating Black History Month


Black History Month offers an opportunity to celebrate the legacy and ongoing contributions of Black people in Canada and around the world.

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Let’s Talk Science and Canadian Child Care Federation announce partnership focussing on enriching ECE professional learning


Young children have an innate love for and interest in science because they are naturally curious about the world around them and have no end of questions.

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