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  • Madeson Todd Grad

    Volunteer Award Winner Champions Mentorship for Indigenous Youth

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    July 23, 2020

    Madeson Todd is fascinated by the brain. She just completed her B.Sc. at the University of British Columbia (UBC), where her studies integrated behavioural neuroscience, neurophysiology and epigenetics.

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  • Our commitment to learn, reflect and take action

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    June 17, 2020

    At Let’s Talk Science we have long recognized that ongoing, systemic inequalities exist in Canada.

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  • Announcing the 2020 National Volunteer Award Winners!

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    June 16, 2020

    Each year, we recognize the Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteers who have exceeded expectations with four prestigious awards to applaud their outstanding contributions to volunteerism and Let’s Talk Science.

    We’re proud to present the 2020 winners of The David Colcleugh Leadership Award, the Indigenous Outreach Award, the National Volunteer Award Online (formerly known as the National Volunteer Award, CurioCity) and the National Volunteer Award for Let’s Talk Science Outreach.
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    A Message from our President, Bonnie Schmidt

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    June 05, 2020

    I want to acknowledge the profound shock and grief that has compounded an already difficult global situation. I wish it did not need to be said, but I categorically denounce racism.

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  • That's a Real Job Contest Winners

    That's a Real Job Contest Winners!

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    June 04, 2020

    This Spring we challenged Canadian kids to tell us about their ideas for the STEM jobs of the future - and they did!  They were thoughtful, innovative and creative and, most of all they focused on STEM skills.



    Congratulations to our six runners up!

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  • National Let’s Talk Science Award Finalists

    Announcing the 2020 National Let’s Talk Science Award Finalists

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    April 23, 2020

    As we continue celebrating our volunteers during National Volunteer Week, we are pleased to announce the finalists for our National Volunteer Awards! Each year, we honour the impact that Let’s Talk Science volunteers have on children, youth and their peers with these four prestigious awards.
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