Science Literacy Week 2016 Events

Monday marks the start of Science Literacy Week (Sept 19 - 25), a weeklong celebration of science in Canada.

We’re excited! To mark the occasion, we’re putting on events all over the country to highlight Canadian science, discuss issues, and share our passion for science.

Check out the list below for Canadian science trivia nights, science pub nights, and panels across Canada:


Calgary - Wednesday, September 21st, 5 - 8 PM.

Science Pub Night & Panel in partnership with the Urban Research Network
Last Defence Lounge, the University of Calgary
350 MacEwan Student Centre
2500 University Dr NW

Space is limited - please RSVP.


Ottawa -  Thursday, September 22nd, 7 - 9 PM

Canadian Science Trivia Night
The Lieutenant’s Pump
361 Elgin St

You can RSVP here.


Winnipeg - Thursday, September 22, 7:30 - 9:30 PM

Panel followed by Canadian Science Trivia
King's Head Pub
120 King St

Please join us! RSVP here.


Victoria - Saturday, September 24, 2:30 - 4:30 PM [FULL]

Canadian Science Trivia
1550's Pub Style Restauraunt
1550 Cedar Hill X Road

This event is already at capacity. Sign up to receive our newsletter to keep in touch about future events in BC.


Saskatoon - Sunday, September 25, 7 PM

Canadian Science Trivia Night in partnership with Shift to Reason
Venice House
906 Central Ave

Come and test your knowledge of Canadian science and RSVP here.


Montreal - Sunday, September 25, 8:30 PM

Canadian Science Trivia Night
Bishop and Bagg
52 Rue Saint Viateur Ouest

Cet évènement bilingue est organisé par Savoir et Démocratie, et nous fêtons la science canadienne pour la semaine de l'alphabétisme de science. Challenge your friends' science trivia knowledge with two rounds of 20 science questions. The winning team wins $50 off their bill at Bishop and Bragg in addition to E4D T-shirts and carrier bags. 

Register here!  






Kathleen Walsh

Director of Policy

Kathleen Walsh is driven by a passion for social innovation and finding ways to make policy more effective, inclusive, and based on robust evidence. She serves as Evidence for Democracy's Director of Policy, and was previously the organization's Interim Executive Director.