Explore the latest science innovations at Terry Fox

School hosting the Power of Ideas Open House on Wednesday, April 24 and the public is invited

The power of science to change the world will be front and centre Wednesday, April 24 at a science fair at Terry Fox secondary in Port Coquitlam and the public is invited.

This is the third year for the event that offers displays, contests, and examples of innovation.

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Among the attractions at the Power of Ideas Open House from 4-8 p.m. are exhibits presented by B.C.’s top science institutions, such as Science World, Triumf, UBC, SFU, Douglas College, Science Al!ve, Geering Up, BC Hydro, and Mad Science.

Visitors can also weave a cedar bracelet, make ice cream, play with robots and vote for the best science fair finalists.

This annual event organized by teacher Edward Csuka got its start during Canada’s 150 anniversary celebration when the Power of Ideas tour visited the school.

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