Vote for your fave science website and help pick the winner of the very first CSWA People’s Choice Award!
Check out the websites below and pick your favourite. Next, vote for it at the link below the nominees. The winning site gets bragging rights and a one-of-a-kind T-shirt inspired by internet clickbait. You know you want to vote, so do it now!
Voting closes June 4, 2016 at noon ET.
Fun science video animations by Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown, based in Guelph, ON. Their Youtube channel has more than 5 million subscribers.
The website is the gateway to a smorgasbord of science, including an annual festival that is the science version of Burning Man, in Calgary, AB. From the minds of Mary Anne Moser and Jay Ingram.
David Suzuki Foundation:
Environmental issues a la Suzuki
Did You Know?
Questions and answers, as well as some debunking of bad science, by chemist Dr. Joe Schwarcz in Montreal, QC.
Science journalism focused on the world’s coastlines, where almost half of the global poulation lives, based in Victoria, BC, edited by Jude Isabella.
Hornby Bald Eagles Webcam:
A live stream eagle cam on Hornby Island, BC
Nature Conservancy Canada:
Site of Canada’s leading national land conservation organization.
Northern Lights Webcam:
Located in Churchill, MB
Polar Bear Webcam:
Located at Waspusk National Park, Churchill, MB
Quirks & Quarks:
The online home of the long-running science radio show.
Take a stroll with skeptical biochemist Larry Moran on his blog.
A group of science bloggers joined forces with the aim of growing science communication while raising awareness of and support for Canadian science.
A group of writers aiming to help parents, teachers, and librarians discover the wide world of science writing for kids.
Website of astronomy magazine SkyNews, edited by Terence Dickinson. Based in Yarker, ON.
A hub for Canadian women in science, technology, engineering and math.
Vote for the CSWA People’s Choice for fave Canadian science website here: