Canada Science and Technology Museums

Local companies including SimWave and Lumbec will be showcasing their work when museum reopens Nov. 17.
The Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation is putting a steampunk flair on its inaugural gala this coming week, and Techopia Live sat down with the museum's leaders and partner businesses…
For event planners considering where to hold their next conference, tourism officials in Ottawa have a simple message: Be here for Canada’s big year.
The Canada Science and Technology Museum’s well-known locomotives were too heavy to move during the building’s reconstruction, so instead they were wrapped in protective plastic covering. On Thursday…
On May 17th, Ottawa’s business and technology leaders will have an opportunity to meet some of Canada’s brightest young minds at the presentation of the first ever STEAM Horizon Awards at the Natio
After years of preparation and planning, Ottawa is ready to host the world for Canada’s 150th birthday.
With less than 12 months to go until an $80-million overhaul is completed, the Canada Science and Technology Museum recently opened its doors to the media to show its progress and unveil
SimWave wants to put Canadians right in the thick of some of the country’s most memorable historical events over the course of Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017.
A team of Algonquin College students and faculty are developing technology for a national museum to display an ever-expanding amount of archival documentation not currently visible to the