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Making innovation and science accessible for all ages in Northern Ontario

Thursday, July 05, 2018 2:15 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Government of Canada invests $1.6 million to modernize Science North and establish six regional THINK hubs.

Northern Ontario families will benefit from improved access to science and technology learning resources thanks to a Government of Canada investment of $1,672,950. The FedNor funding will enable Science North to modernize the fourth floor of the science centre, which includes major upgrades such as the development of the highly-anticipated Tinker, Hack, Innovate, Network and Know (THINK) exhibits. This targeted investment will also be used to support regional outreach activities by establishing THINK hubs in six Northern Ontario communities including Timmins, North Bay, Kenora, Thunder Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Fort Frances. Read more



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