Exhibitions

Canadian Women of Innovation

In order to honour women's invaluable contribution to Canadian science and technology, the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation (CSTMC), in partnership with Engineers Canada, presents the Canadian Women of Innovation virtual exhibition.
"The Canadian Women of Innovation virtual exhibition is an excellent testimonial of the great contributions of Canadian women to engineering, and to our lives in general," said Engineers Canada's Chief Executive Officer Kim Allen, FEC, P.Eng. "We are proud to have worked with the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation to raise Canadians' awareness of these heroes. They are great models for our young girls to look up to."

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Brushstrokes and Wingtips

“Brushstrokes and Wingtips” showcases the Museum’s collection of art and archival photographs in a narrative that illustrates Canada’s aviation heritage as well as the impact of aviation on Canadians. The site is designed to appeal not only to students in grades 6 to 8 but also to the aviation enthusiast and art connoisseur. Come and explore Canada’s aviation stories!

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Let There Be Flight

December 17, 2003 marked the 100th anniversary of Orville and Wilbur Wright’s flights on a beach in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, and the centennial of mankind’s first powered flight. Trace back this important historic event with us and find out about the development of aviation technology, through period photographs. You can even try your hand at a virtual Wright Flyer.
To fully experience the Wright Flyer we encourage you to download the Axel player by MindAvenue.

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