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Best Program 

Mental Health: The Science of Anxiety Ontario Science Centre

Mental Health: The Science of Anxietyis a collection of 45-minute interactive presentations for middle school or secondary students, delivered onsite or via videoconference. Educational outcomes for students include an understanding of the distinction between mental health and mental illness, the neurophysiological processes involved with anxiety, and evidence-based coping strategies.

Best Exhibit or Show - Small Institution

Disheveling! A Hair-raising Exhibition Sherbrooke Nature and Science Museum

Travelling and family-oriented,Disheveling! A Hair-raising Exhibition about a surprising subject: hairs! Effective in tousling even the most prude and in healing trichophobia, it shows visitors the true nature of their human hair, but also that of animals, insects and plants.

Best Exhibit or Show - Large Institution

Planet MTL The Biosphere, Environment Museum

Planet MTLis an innovative, educational exhibition designed to immerse visitors in learning about Urban Ecosystems. The exhibition challenges visitors to consider what they love about their city in the context of what makes their city livable, lovable and sustainable, despite modern issues such as pollution and climate change.

Wonder Science World British Columbia

Wonderis Science World’s gallery for early learners. This highly interactive gallery boasts 3,300 square feet for children age 0–5 to crawl, splash, build, climb and experiment. Child development experts collaborated with the Science World team to create this space that is designed for children to learn through play.

The CASC office is situated in Robinson Huron Treaty territory and the land on which we learn and live is the traditional territory of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek.

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