There are many ways to learn about science!
Learn about the Moss Bag Project from Elders and founders of the project, who are sharing traditional moss bag teachings, stories, and child-rearing practices, plus get hands-on experience with a moss bag. It’s a unique opportunity to learn about science that Indigenous people have known for thousands of years!Learn More
This original Siksikaitsitapi story was gifted to the science centre by the late Dan Weasel Moccasin. His family, including Pete Weasel Moccasin, helped to create a limited-edition book of these original Blackfoot stories. The stories originated in the Blackfoot language and were told for hundreds of years by the Niitsitapi. Directed and written by Tito Gomez.Learn More
The circle of life represents how all things are connected and relational. The four parts represent the four directions, four sacred medicines, four stages of life, four ways of being, four winds and many more. Each of these four parts shape the TELUS Spark Science Centre Indigenous Action Plan.Learn More
TELUS Spark Science Centre acknowledges the traditional lands of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot Confederacy), the Tsuutina, the Îethka Nakoda, and more recently Métis Nation Region 3. We are grateful for the caretakers of these lands and all who thrive where the Bow and Elbow Rivers meet.Land Acknowledgement