Hosted by the Saskatchewan Science Centres in collaboration with Meewasin and Wanuskewin Heritage Park.
Call for Proposals Now Open!
Session Proposal Submissions Open from November 8. 2023 to January 12, 2024.
The 2024 CASC Conference promises to be a unique, immersive experience like no other. The theme is Connected Horizons, and together we will explore the deep connections we share to place and to nature -- as individuals and as a community -- and how these connections work with us to advance a thriving science and innovation culture in Canada.
This year’s conference, hosted by the Saskatchewan Science Centre and in collaboration with Meewasin and Wanuskewin will connect across Treaty 6 and 4,and Homeland of the Métis; across Saskatoon and Regina; and across Indigenous and Western science.
Grounded in place with the goal of building deeper connections to nature, self, and the impact of your work, we will explore the following sub-themes:
1. Connecting Self, Place, and Impact
2. Connecting Indigenous and Western Science
3. Connecting Future Horizons
Day 1: Saskatoon -Treaty 4 Territory and homeland of the Métis
Day 2: Regina - Treaty 6 Territory and homeland of the Métis
Day 3: Regina - Treaty 6 Territory and homeland of the Métis
The CASC 2024 conference takes place across two cities - Saskatoon and Regina.
We have arranged exclusive rates at accommodations in both locations. Join us for one night at the Alt Hotel Saskatoon on May 6, and two nights at The Hotel Saskatchewan from May 7 to 9. Transportation between cities will be provided and included as part of the conference registration fee.
Reserve your rooms now!*
May 6-7, 2024: Alt Hotel Saskatoon, SK
May 7-9, 2024: The Hotel Saskatchewan, Regina, SK
*last day to reserve your rooms is Wednesday, April 3. 2024.
Canadian Association of Science Centres
100 Ramsey Lake Road
Sudbury, ON. P3E 5S9
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