Fixing the problems facing federal science can’t wait

Across Canada and around the world today, people are marching for science. Under U.S. president Donald Trump’s administration, the dismissal and defunding of science – especially, but not limited to, climate and environmental science – has given new urgency to efforts to protect and promote science in the public interest.

Three arrested as protests resume on Burnaby Mountain

Protests resumed on Burnaby Mountain at the gates of the Kinder Morgan pipeline construction site, as artists showed up with colourful signs representing fish, birds and other wildlife. Three women were arrested, including Pia Massie, the artist in residence at Emily Carr University's Centre for Culture and Community.
'A herd of Orphans' comes to Science World's new Elements Film Festival

Don't miss Elements Film Fest in Vancouver this weekend

Science World is staging a brand new film festival April 14 and 15 that will take you off on an adventure and leave you uplifted and maybe a little inspired. Elements Film Festival is family friendly with daytime screenings and panels included with your Science World admission. Launch party is Saturday night, featuring complimentary drinks and canapes.