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Innovation150 wraps up a year of “wow”

From mountain passes and ice roads to prairie heat and blazing fall colours, the Innovation150 partnership delivered a year of fun, fascinating science to Canadians of all ages.

Shining a laser through smoke

As Canada recognized its 150 years as a united country throughout 2017, it did more than simply consider its past — Canadians also looked to the future. And what lies ahead could be incredible, according to the Innovation150 festival that toured through dozens of communities from coast to coast. Click on the image below for an overview of the year’s highlights.

An overview of Innovation150.
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