Join us for a STEM learning event!
Let's Talk Science offers a variety of online events.
Whether you're an educator, student or volunteer, Let's Talk Science has something that fits into your lifestyle.
This session will introduce educators to the design and build process using contextual problem solving as students work to design and build a camouflaged creature.
This in-person symposium explores various fields of study to show how studying the past can help us better understand our present and protect our environment. Students will hear from speakers in various fields including paleontology, anthropology, and conservancy. Students will also get to do a hands-on activity sorting fossils using a microscope, and much more! Free pizza lunch will be provided!
Curious Careers is a STEM career exploration series for youth Grades 6 to 8. Once a month, post-secondary students as well as industry and academic professionals will get together virtually to share their career journey in STEM and discuss how it relates to the lives and interests of the youth. Each interactive session will focus on a different theme and will explore exciting and diverse STEM fields, share what it looks like to work or study in STEM, and discuss what future STEM careers might look like.
National STEM Projects
Engage your students in real science
Natural curiosity and the thrill of discovery engages participants in Let’s Talk Science’s national science projects. Available for all grade levels, these projects are based on real scientific problems.
Request a Volunteer
Our volunteers are catalysts for learning
Our trained and enthusiastic Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteers pass on their passion for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to Canada’s future citizens.
Let’s Talk Science is proud to share the recommendations of our Climate Action Lab initiative. Students want climate action to be a positive experience, one that is social, connected, experiential, nature-based and aligned with their life goals.
A new report examines what has changed, what hasn’t, and what needs to change for youth STEM learni
From November 6 to 18, world leaders are gathering in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, for the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27). November is also Canada Career Month. So, what better time for us to talk about the growth of opportunity in green jobs?
Funding will support education in Environmental Stewardship and Climate Science as well as provide accessibility to STEM programming for under-served populations including Indigenous Youth