The Ontario Science Centre delights, informs and challenges our communities, offering hands-on experiences and engagement with science of local, national and global relevance. The Science Centre has welcomed more than 49 million visitors since it opened in 1969, implementing an interactive approach adapted by science centres around the world. The Science Centre is the public centre for innovative thinking and the prime venue for public dialogue about science, technology and society. As a publicly assisted organization, the Science Centre relies on generous individuals, corporations and foundations who share a commitment to science and education for additional operating support.
Click here to view FROM WONDER TO DISCOVERY, our Year-in-Review, which highlights the 2015-16 fiscal year.
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- Annual Report - 2015-2016 (3.7 MB)
- Annual Report - 2014-2015 (3.4 MB)
- Annual Report - 2013-2014 (4.5 MB)
- Annual Report - 2012-2013 (3.4 MB)
- Annual Report - 2011-2012 (3.0 MB)
- Annual Report - 2010-2011 (3.0 MB)
- Annual Report - 2009-2010 (3.0 MB)
- Annual Report - 2008-2009 (869 KB)
- Annual Report - 2007-2008 (767 KB)
- Annual Report - 2006-2007 (11.0 MB)
Ontario’s Open Data Directive
Ontario’s Open Data Directive requires every provincial agency to publish a list of all the datasets they create, collect and/or manage as their Data Inventory. More... The Data Inventory lists data sets and identifies whether a data set is currently open, in the process of being opened, or is exempt from being released as open data due to legal, security, privacy, confidentiality or commercially-sensitive reasons. Publishing public Data Inventories is part of Ontario’s commitment to improve transparency, accountability and openness.