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2022 National Let's Talk Science Awards Finalists

Announcing the 2022 National Let’s Talk Science Award Finalists

April 28, 2022

 As part of our National Volunteer Week celebrations, we are happy to announce the finalists for our National Volunteer Awards!

Sanofi Canada invests in Let’s Talk Science

March 28, 2022

Let’s Talk Science is pleased to announce an investment of $30,000 from sanofi-aventis Canada Inc. (Sanofi Canada) to support national science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education outreach and build inclusion for youth across Canada.
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Government of Canada Reinvests in Digital Literacy Programming for Youth in Canada

February 16, 2022

On February 11, as part of the CanCode 3.0 investment, the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry announced Let’s Talk Science will receive $2.8 million over the next two years.
Let's Talk Careers

Career Awareness Initiatives Proven to Expand Youth Choice

October 20, 2021

Let’s Talk Careers Competitions bring relevance to students, identify pathways to post-secondary learning and increase potential career choices.
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Government of Canada Invests in Let’s Talk Science

April 08, 2021

Government of Canada Invests $5.9 Million in Let’s Talk Science to Support Climate Education and Action for Youth
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Seaspan Shipyards Invests $300,000 to Engage Canadian Youth in Marine Industry STEM Careers through Let’s Talk Science

December 08, 2020

Seaspan’s three-year commitment will support the roll-out of new Kindergarten–Grade 12 (K-12) programming across Canada designed to educate and inspire youth about STEM careers in the marine and shipbuilding industries.
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The Horizon Project aims to send a caring message to youth that they are capable of learning without computer technology

August 24, 2020

Let’s Talk Science, Food Banks Canada and over 180 organizations provide fun STEM and literacy resources for Canadian youth in low socio-economic communities
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Science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) skills more important than ever for Canadian youth

April 20, 2020

While the current reality of COVID-19 has created unique challenges, and an increased need for engaging online learning opportunities, Let’s Talk Science remains committed to supporting Canadian youth, their families and educators with English and French curriculum-aligned science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education programs and resources.
Partnership Announcement for Let’s Talk Science, Toyota Canada Foundation and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada

Toyota Canada Foundation announces a $150,000 investment in Let’s Talk Science and the future of Canadian STEM education

November 29, 2019

Toyota’s investment will help ensure Canadian youth continue to have access to free, hands-on STEM-based programming offered through Let’s Talk Science in both English and French.

Let’s Talk Science and D2L to Partner on STEM Education

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 for educators and volunteers, working with students from early years to grade 12.
Let’s Talk Science integrating science and coding into Canadian classrooms

Let’s Talk Science integrating science and coding into Canadian classrooms

March 29, 2019

(Toronto, ON) As technology disrupts nearly all aspects of work and life, efforts are mounting to prepare students for work and citizen demands in