Use STEM to shape your future.

Want to discover how science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are important to your life and future career? Looking for reliable information to help you with your schoolwork? CurioCity by Let’s Talk Science showcases STEM in everyday life and connects you with Canada’s STEM community.


Help your students build skills using STEM.

CurioCity by Let’s Talk Science is your go-to place for free, curriculum-based, classroom-ready resources for Grades 8-12 (Secondary II-V) on a variety of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) related issues in English and French.


Want to learn more on a certain topic?

CurioCity by Let’s Talk Science lets you dig deeper by category to get a wide variety of resources on topics in biology, chemistry, earth & environment, engineering & technology, health & human body, math & physics, social sciences, space, and the nature of science.


Looking for a specific type of resource?

Browse CurioCity’s articles and videos, search action projects, or view educator resources. All resources are searchable by type and include articles, backgrounders, career profiles, events, educator resources, featured topics, Q&A, research profiles, student projects, and videos.

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Spotlight on Energy

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Discover how Canadians find, produce, move, consume and conserve energy.

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Space Exploration

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What is aerospace? Flight and spaceflight are commonplace now, but they rank among the greatest of human technological achievements. What really goes on over your head every day and how does it affect your life?

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How do science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) have anything to do with being an entrepreneur? Find out!

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Let's Talk Science

Inspiring Futures

Informed citizens need STEM

At Let’s Talk Science, our goal is to prepare youth for the jobs and skills of the future. Through our CurioCity program, we help youth from Grades 8-12 understand the importance of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in their lives. STEM underpins critical global issues like climate change and access to clean water. STEM skills are valuable in any career and are also practical for the kind of problem-solving and creative thinking needed in daily life, no matter which career path youth choose. Learn more about how we’re getting youth, from preschool to Grade 12, interested in STEM.

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  • Join a community of Grade 8-12 students, educators, experts working in STEM fields and university students from all across Canada
  • Participate in online events that connect you peers and leading Canadian experts
  • Participate in national action projects
  • Publish your work and share articles and videos
  • Search, bookmark and share resources
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