Discover Canada's first settlement of Mars! This simulation helps students in grades 6-8 understand space exploration. Teams across Canada can design and build life support systems and demonstrate their achievements.
These articles provide information on how you can reduce your impact on the environment; by choosing eco-friendly products; saving energy at home, work and school; composting and recycling.
Select your province or territory to find out how to participate in a program to help increase the knowledge of frogs and toads in Canada.
Contribute to Canadian climate change research by helping to record and analyze when ice forms and thaws on bodies of water.
Draw it, scan it, email it: submit your invention and see what other kids have created.
Discover the important role that native plants play in biodiversity and participate in native plant conservation in Canada.
Participate in Plant Watch to help scientists discover how, and more importantly why, our natural environment is changing.
Did you feel it? Help seismologists determine how your area may respond to future earthquakes by contributing intensity information on the earthquakes you experience.
Join the Marsh Monitoring Program (MMP) to help understand, monitor and conserve the Great Lakes basin and its amphibian and bird inhabitants.
Meet the volunteers who assist atmospheric scientists by taking time every day to monitor and report on the weather (text and video).
Discover the diversity beneath your feet by participating in Worm Watch. Help scientists research all the earthworm species in Canada.
Learn about the Worm Watch program and discover more about the important contribution of earthworms to soil ecology (text and video).