Meet the science centres participating in GenAction and find local climate action programs in your region.
Centre d'interprétation de l'eau de Laval
The C.I.EAU is a unique and essential locale in the realm of water in Quebec. Located in Laval, this charitable organization and science museum aims to promote the protection and responsible use of water. It accomplishes its mission through its museum programming, its educational offerings, and its other activities. Families, children and friends will be captivated by its varied and dynamic program. The C.I.EAU... a sea of information on water!
Centre des sciences de Montréal
The Montréal Science Centre is located at the Old Port of Montréal. As one of Canada’s most popular science centres, it has the ambitious mission to provide each visitor with fun opportunities to learn how they can use science and technology to build their future.
Fraser River Discovery Centre
The Fraser River Discovery Centre (FRDC) is a not-for-profit interpretive centre whose mission is to bring together the many voices of the Fraser, to discover, celebrate, and inspire passionate stewards of the river. The FRDC has interactive exhibits and hosts education and public programs as well as special events.
As a social enterprise, our mission is to make STEM topics accessible to everyone, in particular girls and other underrepresented communities. We introduce ways space exploration plays an integral role in our lives, introduce diverse career pathways in the space sector, and celebrate Canada’s role in space achievements.
Johnson GEO CENTRE
Cut from the ancient rock of Signal Hill, we take you deep underground to experience the story of our earth and beyond. Through interactive exhibits and guided tours we foster curiosity in science and the world around us. Consistent with our focus on promoting care for our planet and its resources, our facility incorporates state-of-the-art geothermal heating technology.
London Regional Children’s Museum
The London Children’s Museum curates powerful play experiences through immersive environments, authentic materials, and meaningful relationships. Exhibits and engaging learning experiences allow children to explore history and heritage, investigate science and social relationships, and celebrate art and culture. As a champion for children, we advocate for their unique perspectives, contributions, and ways of learning.
Manitoba Children's Museum
The Children's Museum exists to spark kids' creative learning. We believe in the potential of all children and seek to spark creative learning through play, a vision we support through our educational programming, community outreach, and exhibits. We serve children under ten and those who support them.
Dive into learning with Ocean School, a free, innovative website from the Ocean Frontier Institute and the National Film Board of Canada. Our cross-curricular resources for learners aged 11-17 feature videos, 360-degree and VR/AR, interactive media, and hands-on projects and activities to help them become ocean literate citizens.
Okanagan Science Centre
The Okanagan Science Centre is a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to inspire scientific inquiry through dynamic and interactive learning experiences, and to encourage all ages to appreciate the relevance and universality of science and its application in our region.
Pacific Museum of Earth
The Pacific Museum of Earth showcases the wonders of our dynamic planet through participatory outreach programming and engaging exhibits. We promote an understanding of processes happening on Earth & other planets and inspire visitors, educators and students to observe and appreciate Earth’s magnificent landscapes & treasures.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada is home to over 20,000 marine animals in nine galleries that cover all waters of the world, from the great lakes, tropical reefs, and even a trip to planet jellies! The aquarium takes the conservation of the environment and our ocean as a top priority, with the goal of inspiring guests of all ages to learn how to protect and conserve our ocean and the animals that live in it.
Science East Science Centre is a bilingual, registered Canadian charity that takes a leading role in identifying activities to contribute towards climate education and is the most active public STEM educational organization in New Brunswick that works both inside and outside the school system to reach students, teachers, families, businesses and communities Province-wide.
Science North operates Canada’s second and eighth largest science centres with a vision to be the leader in engaging audiences with entertaining, educational, and inclusive science experiences. Science North has a mandate to provide science experiences throughout all Northern Ontario, including outreach to schools and festivals, summer science camps and more.
Science Timmins is a not-for-profit bilingual organization established in 1970 to promote Science for people of all ages, backgrounds, interests and abilities. Science Timmins, with its Science Centre “The Science Village“, reaches out to individuals with many hands-on minds-on exhibits, activities, challenges, educator workshops, and STEM competitions.
It delivers its programs on-site and virtually with a hybrid component.
Science Timmins has hosted many National, Regional and local competitions. In addition, it pursues its mission of encouraging youth to embrace STEM and STEM culture in their daily lives and future.
TELUS Spark Science Centre
TELUS Spark Science Centre exists to entertain and inspire people of all ages through creative encounters with science, engineering, technology, math and the arts. As exciting as this sounds, the outcome is profound. Spark helps fuel the future because, at Spark, science, technology and engineering are embedded in cultural experiences. This creates new points of access to the disciplines at the core of innovation.
TELUS World of Science-Edmonton
TELUS World of Science – Edmonton’s mission is to: Ignite curiosity. Inspire discovery. Celebrate science. Change lives. We are the destination to engage Albertans’ hearts and minds in science. We recognize the responsibilities we hold to meaningfully connect with Indigenous knowledge as an integral part of our learning environments.
The River Institute
Through festivals, presentations, and citizen science programs, the River Institute engages communities and raises awareness about freshwater protection along the St. Lawrence River. We reach more than 6000 students every year through our hands-on education programs, family workshops, summer camps, and internships.
Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation
Ingenium safeguards the national science and technology collection and operates the Canada Science and Technology Museum, the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, and the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum. Ingenium represents a collaborative space where the past meets the future in a celebration of creativity, discovery, and human ingenuity.
The Manitoba Museum is the province of Manitoba’s largest, not-for-profit centre for heritage and science learning. We are renowned for our vivid portrayal of Manitoba’s rich and diverse history, Planetarium shows, and Science Gallery exhibits.
Manuels River is a community-based organization supporting sustainability, growing minds, and wellness. Our Vision is to be a leader in connecting people with nature. We understand the importance of connecting to the natural world for ourselves, each other, and all of its inhabitants.
Saskatchewan Science Centre
The Saskatchewan Science Centre is a non-profit, non-governmental educational facility with the mission of igniting scientific curiosity in Saskatchewan communities through interactive, dynamic, and engaging opportunities. Our vision of the future is inspired minds through science and innovation. We are one of Saskatchewan's largest tourist attractions with more than 5 million visitors since opening in 1989.
At Science World, we inspire the next generation of problem solvers, world changers and nerds. Based in Vancouver, BC, we engage learners across the province in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art & design and math). Visitors to our iconic geodesic dome explore interactive exhibits that nurture their process of discovery, while our province-wide outreach programs provide the experience of Science World through visits from scientists, science shows, and STEAM mentorship programs.
THEMUSEUM is a premier cultural destination dedicated to presenting fresh, inspired content from around the globe in unique and immersive ways designed to showcase art & technology at play. Our diverse array of exhibitions, programs and events for children, youth, families and adults awes, inspires, and enlightens all audiences
Ontario Science Centre
The Ontario Science Centre is one of the first interactive science museums in the world, located in Toronto. As an organization, we are focused on making a positive and enduring impact on the lives of individuals and communities and creating the lasting fascination for science that powers promising futures.
The Exploration Place
Discovery Centre is a shared space for science and technology with the mission to spark enthusiasm for STEAM in Nova Scotia and beyond.