|to||Health in Space: Daring to Explore||
Astronauts' health is a top priority from the time they're selected until well after their final mission.
Health in Space: Daring to Explore is a travelling exhibition that explores how gravity, radiation, and isolation all pose unique health challenges for astronauts living and working in space.
This exhibition was developed and produced by the Canada Aviation and Space Museum in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency.
|New Brunswick Museum
Saint John, New Brunswick E2L 4Z6
|to||Space to Spoon travelling exhibition||
What is the link between orbiting satellites and the food on our plates? Learn the answer by visiting the Space to Spoon exhibition of the Canadian Space Agency.
The exhibition, designed in partnership with the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum, explores Canadian space technology: the role it plays in agriculture and the impact it has on the food we eat.
|Sault Ste. Marie Museum
690 Queen Street East
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6A 2A4
|to||National Space Health Forum||
The Canadian Space Agency is organizing the 2nd National Space Health Forum that will dive deeper into possibilities for Canada's future contribution to deep-space health care.
John H. Chapman Space Centre
|to||11th annual Canadian Science Policy Conference||The CSPC brings together scientists, entrepreneurs, policy-makers, politicians, journalists, students and many others from across the country to discuss, exchange ideas, and mobilize knowledge regarding the present and future of Canadian science, technology, and innovation policy. This year's themes include science and policy; science and society; science, innovation and economic development; science and international affairs; and science and the next generation. The CSA will have a booth during the event.||Westin Hotel
11 Colonel By Drive
|Nanoracks Industry Day||The participants will meet Nanoracks, who will present their current product platform and future plans, and will be seeking to secure partnerships with Canadian space & health stakeholders.||
John H. Chapman Space Centre
|to||Québec Mines + Energy||This conference offers a variety of workshops, training sessions, exhibitors, and presentations for the mining community, as well as an educational fair for young people. The CSA will be on hand to speak about the impact of satellites and space technologies on mining and other exciting upcoming projects.||Québec City Convention Centre
1000 René-Lévesque Boulevard East
Quebec City, Quebec
|Consultation with the Canadian Space Sector on Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement||Consultation session with Canadian Space Sector to discuss their experience to date with the Government Procurement Chapter of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), as it relates to space.||Brookstreet Hotel
525 Legget Drive
Kanata, Ontario K2K 2W2
|to||ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting 2019||Canada's North is experiencing unprecedented change in its sea and terrestrial ice, permafrost and ecosystems under the triple pressures of climate change, industrialization and modernization. The impacts of those pressures can be seen on food and energy security, shipping, sovereignty, northern community health and well-being, and sustainable development and resource exploitation. All these issues have brought the North to the forefront of national and international agendas. The CSA will have a booth during the event.||Halifax Convention Centre
1650 Argyle Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
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