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  • Special Event

    Special lecture, April 1, 7:30 PM

    FREE screening of the acclaimed documentary, Particle Fever, followed by discussion and Q&A with York University researchers, Wendy Taylor and Sean Tulin.

    For more information and to register.

  • Fleming Medal Winner, Paul Delaney, wins CASCA Qilak Award

    Congratulations to past Fleming Medal winner, Paul Delaney, on being awarded the Qilak award from the Canadian Astronomical Association, CASCA recognizing his decades of work promoting the public understanding of astronomy in Canada.

    http://www.rasc.ca/news/paul-delaney-wins-2015-qilak-award-casca