Upcoming Events

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Upcoming events

Throughout the year, Space Place will host a series of events to engage and inform our patrons.

As we raise funds to build out a new planetarium, we will constantly be sharing news, updates and of course, events where you can support our efforts.

STEM/STEAM Events

Our goal is to build a unique destination for all things STEM and STEAM. Our proposed planetarium will house several exhibitions that drive innovation and curiosity. 

Have a look below for our upcoming events. Be sure to sign up and come out to support the new planetarium project.  

Upcoming Events

More events are planned. Please watch this space. 

Past Events
Canada and the Final Frontier - Parts I & II

Part I 

Nov 26, 2020

Join us as noted Canadian Space enthusiast and historian, Randy Attwood, tells us about Canada’s remarkable first steps into space!

To view the recording on YouTube, please click here.

Part II – Looking Forward

Dec 10, 2020

In this second part of our series, Canada & the Final Frontier, we explore what the future holds for Canada in Space. Whether it’s moonshots, microsats or missions to Mars, the Great White North is set to make a big contribution to the global future in space.

To view the recording on YouTube, please click here.

 

Other Past Events

Down to Earth – Benefits of Canadian Space Technology

May 25, 2021

A panel discussion exploring how made-in-Canada space technology enables research, grows our economy and benefits society down here on Earth. Featuring MDA, GHGSat and Kepler Communications – 3 Canadian space success stories.

To view the recording on YouTube, please click here.

Canada in Orbit: The Business of Space

July 7th, 2021

Space was, at one time, the sole domain of national governments. Increasingly, private investment, including publicly traded companies, are joining the rush to orbit. We will explore this new frontier and discuss how private investment can work alongside the government to boost Canadian space-based projects.

To view the recording on YouTube, please click here.