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Research about youth, by youth - Climate Action Lab

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.
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Let’s Talk Science Commits to Continuous Improvement in Sustainability

November 30, 2022

Over the past 30 years, Let's Talk Science has been a national STEM education and outreach leader.

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NOVA Chemicals Commits $600,000 to Let’s Talk Science to support STEM Education across Canada

November 10, 2022

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

I3 now powered by Let’s Talk Science

October 25, 2022

Let’s Talk Science is proud to be the new home for The Learning Partnership’s Investigate! Invent! Innovate! Program (I3).
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National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

September 29, 2022

On the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation (NDTR), it is important to explore and understand our history, learn from past mistakes and atrocities, and strive to do better with the goal of building a truly inclusive community.
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Let’s Talk Science has received accreditation by the Imagine Canada Standards Program

September 16, 2022

Let’s Talk Science has received accreditation by the Imagine Canada Standards Program.
Congratulations to the 2022 National Volunteer Award Winners!

Congratulations to the 2022 National Volunteer Award Winners!

June 18, 2022

Each year, we recognize the Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteers who have exceeded expectations.

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Announcing the 2022 Let's Talk Science Challenge Winners

June 09, 2022

Since 2005, we have offered the Let's Talk Science Challenge to educators and parents as a fun, free and easy way to engage youth in Grades 6-8 in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning outside the classroom.
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Students engage with CSA astronaut Jeremy Hansen during Let’s Talk Lunar

June 03, 2022

Over 2500 students joined Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen for an inspiring keynote during Let’s Talk Lunar, Exploring the Moon, brought to you by

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BGC Canada and Let’s Talk Science are partnering to support young people through virtual programming

January 20, 2022

BGC Canada (formerly Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada) and Let’s Talk Science are looking forward to working together to create high-quality, virtu

Let’s Talk Science Welcomes New Members to the Board of Directors

January 14, 2022

Let’s Talk Science is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to our Board of D

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Vancouver Island University joins Let’s Talk Science Outreach

January 10, 2022

Let’s Talk Science welcomes Vancouver Island University as our 52nd outreach site, sixth site in British Columbia and 14th in Western Canada.
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Introducing Climate Action Lab powered by Let's Talk Science

December 10, 2021

Let’s Talk Science is gearing up to create ways for thousands of high school students across Canada to participate in climate action.

New Partnership with Royal Society of Canada and the Globe and Mail

September 02, 2021

Let’s Talk Science is proud to announce, we have partnered with the Royal Society of Canada to provide

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The Power of a Class Project

July 07, 2021

When teachers Gail Mills and Mike Fitzmaurice of Eganville & District Public School brought Let’s Talk Science’s Living Space project into their Grade 4 and 5 classrooms, they had no idea how successful it would be.