For more than 25 years, Let’s Talk Science has been a valued and trusted education partner across Canada. We are rooted in the belief that Canadian youth require strong STEM-based skills and knowledge for their future success. The COVID-19 crisis underscores the critical need for our work as science literacy and STEM skills underpin the global response.
Let's Talk Science and COVID-19
A message from Dr. Mona Nemer, Canada's Chief Science Advisor, on the importance of science literacy now and in the future for Canadian youth.
Visitors to our website will notice that we have worked to enhance our digital offerings in order to support learning through STEM including:
professional learning opportunities (online) and new opportunities for teachers to engage with students in an online learning environment;
a new STEM at Home section with activities for caregivers, families and youth; and
career exploration contests in which students can earn prizes while they learn about careers.
In the face of COVID-19, Let’s Talk Science adapted and responded quickly to new realities. Read more about Let's Talk Science: Innovating through Disruption.
For the most accurate and up-to-date information on COVID-19 and what you can do to stay safe and healthy during the pandemic, we recommend the Health Canada and World Health Organization websites. We have also put together a collection of resources to help educators, caregivers and youth learn more about viruses and how humans combat them.
STEM at Home
Resources and activities for caregivers and youth.