Facebook Live Events

Science is everywhere, and learning can happen anywhere

Do you miss the experience of interacting with our hosts and educators? Now you can connect with them online during our regular Facebook Live events like our interactive all-ages Q&A series Ask a Scientist, led by Science Centre hosts.

Check out the first item on our main Facebook feed on the scheduled date and time.

If you miss them live, don’t worry. Watch recordings of past events below.

Next Event: Wednesday, March 10 at 2 p.m.

COVID-19 Vaccines

Learn how the COVID-19 vaccines protect you from the virus--from antigens to antibodies--with family physician Dr. Peter Lin. Discover how the vaccines were developed and tested in record-breaking time, and find out why some require more than one dose.

Join the Event on Facebook

Join the Event on YouTube

Past Facebook Live Events

Kids’ Mental Health & COVID-19

All About Mars

Science Needs Women

Winter Watch

Behind the Blades: Physics of Ice Skating

Astounding Animals

Snowflake Science

Dinosaur Locomotion

Pride in STEM

Deep Freeze Fun

Virtual Star Party

Shifting into Fall

Busy Bees

Biodiversity in the City

Ask an Astronaut: Jeremy Hansen

Paper Planes

The Science of Sound

Indigenous Star Stories

Ask a Scientist: Emma Holder

Ask a Scientist: Sarah Mazrouei

World Bee Day 2020

Ask a Scientist: Justin Persaud

Ask a Scientist: David Yun

Spring in Ontario

Earth Day 50

Ask a Scientist: Martin Fischer

Ask a Scientist: Astronomer Rachel Ward-Maxwell

Great Conversations at Home
Mindfulness in Stressful Times

Learn about coping with the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic and tap into the power of being present. Join an online conversation with CAMH experts who teach mindfulness to autistic adults and their caregivers.

50th Anniversary of Earth Day

In celebration of Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary, we asked researchers, innovators and climate activists from across Canada to share their most pressing concern about the state of the Earth and what actions individuals can take to make a difference.