National Resourceful Day: Events, scientific challenges and surprises throughout Quebec

All young people from 6 to 12 years old are invited to celebrate science in the fun of the National Resourceful Day on Saturday November 14th.

Published on :


ATTENTION! The English translation is automated - Errors (sometimes hilarious!) can creep in! ;)

Mark as favorite (0)

Montreal, November 5, 2015 - All young people aged 6 to 12 are invited to celebrate science in the fun of the National Resourceful Day on Saturday November 14th. In all regions of Quebec, Scientific Leisure Councils await young resourceful people with a multitude of activities under the theme “Attention! Ingenuity at work! ".


The big challenge: the sticks popsicle in craziness!

The challenge is open to all the young Débrouillards of Quebec: will you be able to build the tallest tower using sticks of popsicle? Equipped with glue and sticker, participants will have to use their ingenuity to combine balance and stability in order to be the authors of the tallest tower in Quebec!


Experiment with science for fun

The program for the National Day has been prepared to allow young people to learn about science in a festive atmosphere. The day's activities will lead participants to explore six themes: aeronautics, chemistry, environment, civil engineering, electricity and mechanical physics. The original experiences will surprise all participants.


Register quickly

Anywhere in Quebec, you can contact your Regional Scientific Leisure Council to find out what is going on in your area. Now is the time to register. Our animators await you for a day where science combines with pleasure.

The Club des Débrouillards is financially supported by the Ministry of the Economy, Innovation and Exports, through the NovaScience program.

Thanks to BLD Publications (Explorers, The Resourceful and Curium), media partner of the National Day.

Your comments

To comment on this topic and add your ideas, we invite you to follow us on social networks. All articles are published there and it is also possible to comment directly on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.

Do you have news to share with us or would you like to publish a testimonial?

Publicize your educational project or share your ideas via our Opinion, Testimonials or Press Releases sections! Here's how to do it!

Do you like what you read?

Subscribe and receive the next 3 issues of École branchée magazine (print or digital, French or English) in addition to our exclusive online files!

Learn more >

About the Author

The press releases published on are those received for the attention of and corresponding to the editorial line. The site reserves the right not to publish all press releases.

Receive the Weekly Newsletter

Get our Info #DevProf and l'Hebdo so you don't miss out on anything new at École branchée!

You might also like: