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Share exciting hands-on learning with students in British Columbia

“The space exploration Edukit will enable us to take our Grade 7 space science course to an even deeper level.

Our school is in a rural area, and our ability to access resources is limited. Having materials shipped is one of the only ways we are able to enrich our classrooms."

- Amy Jean, Don Ross Middle School

Teacher Amy Jean is eager to bring Edukits—suitcases full of hands-on science resources — from our museums to her classroom in Squamish, British Columbia.

There’s just one problem: her school can’t afford the shipping costs.

We are asking our donors to come together to raise $500 so the students of Ms. Jean’s classes can have an Edukit in their classroom this school year. By donating, you will bring exciting activities to this classroom, and if enough funds are raised, expand the reach to other underserved classrooms in the province. You will be helping share the Museum’s resources with children who might never have the chance to visit.

If just 10 donors make a $50 donation, this project will be possible. Will you be one of the 10? Make a donation today at foundation.techno-science.ca or by phone at 613-462-1943.


Thank you for helping these children in need welcome fun science learning to their classroom!

Supporter Spotlight

A lifetime of trains: Rob Burnet

Photo of Rob Burnet

Rob Burnet has a love of trains that has lasted a lifetime.

Find out how he makes a difference with his monthly donations...

Garry Dupont

Volunteer Garry Dupont

Garry Dupont has been volunteering with Project North Star since Day 1. Now more than a decade later, discover what keeps him coming back year after year...

Great news!

TELUS Montreal

We have just received funding from the TELUS Montreal Community Board that will bring Edukits to underserved schools and community groups in Montreal.

Thank you to TELUS for helping children and youth in need discover hands-on science learning.

Thank you

"Your generosity and commitment fuel so many Museum projects, from restorations to children's programming.

I offer my sincerest thanks for everything that you make possible."

Christopher Kitzan

Director General, Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Museum News

Garth Wilson Fellowship

Phoebe Mannell

The Garth Wilson Fellowship in Public History is a partnership between Carleton University’s Public History graduate degree and the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation

Find out whyPhoebe Mannell considers it "a a dream come true"...

You're preserving memories with The Legacy Project

Legacy Project

The Legacy Project has been in high gear through the fall and into the New Year, all thanks to donors like you.

Read the latest news from the project...

Museum staff spotlight: Annie Jacques

Annie Jacques

Meet Canada Science and Technology Museum staff member Annie Jacques and learn what’s new at the renewed museum...

Events


National Science and Innovation Gala

May 17, 2017| Canada Aviation and Space Museum

Honouring the winners of the STEAM Horizon Awards. Buy your tickets today for early-bird pricing!


Tee Off Fore Tech!Golf Tournament

Supporting museum programs for youth

June 23, 2017| Greyhawk Golf Course


March Break

February 25 to March 6, 2017 and March 11 to March 18, 2017|

Canada Aviation and Space Museum


March Break Tinkering Workshop

March 13 to 17, 2017| Canada Aviation and Space Museum


Maple Month

March 1 to 31, 2017| Canada Agriculture and Food Museum


Easter at the Farm

April 14 to 17, 2017| Canada Agriculture and Food Museum


Global Tastes

International Food Nights

April 23, 2017| Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

More details to come


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