Talk Energy Week

Events

Livestream Panel Discussion

February 20 at 12:30 p.m. ET
Location: Online

Join astrophysicist Jesse Rogerson, solo Arctic explorer Adam Shoalts and Indigenous renewable energy leader Stacey Goulding for an exciting conversation about energy and climate change in Canada’s northern, remote, and Indigenous communities.

Webinars with your class: Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants Google Hangouts

Weekdays during Talk Energy Week
Location: Online

Register your classroom to join in a Google Hangout with professional women in the fields of energy and climate change throughout Energy Week. Experts in both renewable and non-renewable energy fields will explain a day-in-their-life and have a discussion with your students about energy sources and uses in Canada.

Parliament Hill Event: Let’s Talk Clean Energy

Tuesday, February 13 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Location: Ottawa, Speaker’s Dining Hall on Parliament Hill

Held in the Speaker’s Dining Hall, this nonpartisan event is a unique opportunity for parliamentarians to hear about various clean tech initiatives available to constituents, and how clean and smart energy systems are shaping Canada’s municipalities. By invitation only.

LECTURE – Cricket farming: A new source of protein? $

February 15, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Location: Ottawa, Canada Agriculture and Food Museum (Ottawa)

Would you like crickets with that? Think outside the lunchbox and learn how food-grade crickets are farmed and prepared! Join Darren Goldin of Entomo Farms for a fascinating look at this emerging food trend, which represents a great source of protein and a possible solution to food sustainability issues around the world. Get your tickets today – and find out what all the ‘buzz’ is about!

 Register Now!

Cool Science Saturday $

Saturday, February 17
Location: Ottawa, Canada Science and Technology Museum

It’s Winterlude in Ottawa! One way to be cool but stay warm is inside the Canada Science and Technology Museum for Cool Science Saturday. Join us for a fun-filled day showcasing the coolest science in town. Demonstrations, experiments, workshops, and the challenges of cold weather exploration are all part of the day-long family experience. February may be the coldest month, but it’s the COOLEST day at the Museum!

 

Cricket farming: A new source of protein? $

Daily at 10:30 a.m. during Talk Energy Week
Location: Ottawa, Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

Would you like crickets with that? Think outside the lunchbox and learn how food-grade crickets are farmed and prepared! Take a bite out of this emerging food trend and try new recipes daily at the Museum. A great source of protein and a possible solution to food sustainability issues around the world! Can’t make it in person, check out our recipes online.

 

Museum Affiliated Partner Program (MAPP)

During Talk Energy Week
Location: Calgary, Sherbrooke, North Battleford, Saskatoon, and Ottawa

Visit a Let's Talk Energy partner museum and step onto a giant energy production and transmission floor map from Canadian Geographic. The public is invited to take a selfie with the map- while exploring questions around energy sources and production in Canada.

Participating museums:

The Manitoba Museum

Musée de la nature et des science de Sherbrooke

TELUS Spark (Calgary)

Western Development Museum- Saskatoon

Western Development Museum- North Battleford

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Canada Science and Technology Museum (Ottawa)