Science North brings Indigenous Ingenuity to Northern Ontario

People get a chance to work together in building an igloo as well as many other cooperative games. (Submitted Photo)

By Josh Giles Writer Science North is considered the foremost Science museum in Northern Ontario, and will be bringing some of the best Indigenous Ingenuity exhibits to its museum next year. The Indigenous Ingenuity Exhibit is a traveling exhibit made up by the Montreal Science Centre to travel around, and Science North will be bringing it to Sudbury next year. “Every year we host exhibits from March to September. It’s a way to bring new content to people. One of the things we’re on the lookout for, is new exhibits,” said Julie Moskalyk. Moskalyk is the Science Director at Science North and is very excited to bring in Indigenous Ingenuity. “It’s a beautiful exhibit. It’s immersive, hands on for people of all ages.” The exhibit takes up about 500 square…

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