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Rallye des Rivières (Rivers Rally)


The Rallye des rivières (Rivers Rally) is a recreational tourism activity proposed by the C.I.EAU. It is a perfect activity to do with family or friends to discover the history, heritage, fauna, flora and secrets of the rivers of Mille Îles and les Prairies. This is a course with 16 permanent markers located on the riverbanks of Mille Îles and les Prairies in particularly pleasant and interesting places. The Rallye des rivières allows you to take a complete tour of the Island of Laval!

MSC on the Road

Montréal Science Centre

The Montreal Science Centre (MSC) has set up a program that is perfectly suited to the specific needs of special education classes. The program is based on one of the activities, Fabrik, which offers creative challenges focused on the invention and assembly of objects of all kinds. Under the new name of The Montreal Science Centre on the Road, this program is now adapted to be led by an educator and is offered throughout Quebec directly to classrooms.


Montréal Science Centre

Discover the science and technology in a space filled with interactive experiences that will surprise and make you laugh, that’s EXPLORE. With more than 50 interactive displays over 1,000 square metres, this new permanent exhibition presents the major scientific and technological principles in a giant format.

Science at Home: The Virtual Science Centre

Ontario Science Centre

When we closed our doors in March 2020, we had no idea what was in store for us. Our website, social media channels and digital outlets for years have been focused on marketing and communications to drive one goal: a physical visit to the Ontario Science Centre. In March 2020, all that changed. We suddenly found ourselves needing to reimagine a new Science Centre - one that could meet visitors where they were - at home.

KidSpark Adventure Series

Ontario Science Centre

The KidSpark Adventure Series is a member exclusive virtual program created by the Ontario Science Centre to support membership engagement and retention during the pandemic - and after reopening when we know our KidSpark experience will be temporarily closed. Specially designed by KidSpark coordinator and certified Early Childhood Educator, Fotini Fokidis - the series is intended to engage our youngest visitors in science and discover and appreciate the world around them.

Out of the Box Noon Year's Eve

Saskatchewan Science Centre

COVID -19 restrictions sparked a re-imagining of the SSC’s popular, annual in-person Noon Year's Eve family event. The Out of the Box Noon Year's Eve Experience was designed to be a safe celebration in a box - packed with 9 STEAM activities and experiments equalling about 4 hours of discovery and play, engaging families across Saskatchewan and beyond.

Innovate! The Science of New Ideas in New Brunswick

Science East

"Innovate! The Science of New Ideas in New Brunswick" is a collection of 8 individual exhibits that showcases the wealth of recent work in innovation by companies, institutions and individuals from across the province including Measurand, Kognitiv Spark, Canum Nanomaterials, the Joint Economic Development Initiative (JEDI) (a leading Indigenous organization dedicated to working with partners to foster Indigenous economic development in New Brunswick), C-Therm, University of New Brunswick Science, Sabian Cymbals, and Ganong Chocolates.

The Science of Guinness World RecordsTM Travelling Exhibition

Science North

Science North’s newest travelling exhibition, The Science of Guinness World RecordsTM, explores how the world’s greatest record-holders cemented their names in the history books and give visitors the chance to break a world record themselves. This ground-breaking 6,000 sq ft travelling exhibition makes it possible for anyone, anywhere to be a record-breaker!

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The CASC office is situated in Robinson Huron Treaty territory and the traditional territory of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek. We pay respect to their traditions, ways of knowing and acknowledge their many contributions to the innovations in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Clearly and overtly this gratitude must be demonstrated in our collective commitment to truth and reconciliation, by working to transform existing relationships, with open dialogue, mutual understanding and respectful collaborations

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