Let's Talk Science and COVID-19
March 15, 2020
Let's Talk Science is closely monitoring developments related to COVID-19 across Canada and around the world.
April 14, 2020From April 19 to 25, we celebrate National Volunteer Week with organizations across Canada. What we do would not be possible without our dedicated volunteers who go above and beyond to spread their love of STEM. This year, we also celebrate the resiliency our volunteers have displayed – continuing to contribute to STEM literacy in creative ways such as online volunteering and developing new activities.
March 12, 2020For more than 25 years Let’s Talk Science has been uniquely positioned as a valued and trusted education partner across Canada. Let’s Talk Science is 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.
January 10, 2020At Let’s Talk Science, volunteers have always been at the heart of our organization. It is with heavy hearts today that we acknowledge the loss of a number of those volunteers and partners from our post-secondary sites across Canada in the plane crash in Iran earlier this week. These individuals were active members of our Let’s Talk Science outreach programs, and their loss is a loss to the entire STEM community – in Canada and around the world.
November 29, 2019Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada contributes an additional $50,000 to Let’s Talk Science
CAMBRIDGE (November 29, 2019) – Today, the Toyota Canada Foundation announced a $150,000 investment in Let’s Talk Science to support national science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) educa
November 27, 2019
To honour the memory of his late wife Anjulia, Kam Wong walked an incredible 1200 km from Lausanne, Switzerland to Rome, Italy from September 3 to November 11 this year.
November 26, 2019Leading STEM Organization Using Brightspace to Support Early Years–Grade 12 Teachers
TORONTO (November 26, 2019) Global learning technology leader D2L announced that it is entering into a new partnership with Let’s Talk Science, a leading Canadian provider to support STEM-based training