May 15, 2015 6:19 pm

Sask Science Centre reveals “cool” new attaction


REGINA – In order to beat the heat this summer, the Saskatchewan Science Centre has a “cool” new exhibit to show off.

The Arctic Voices exhibit allows people of all ages to view many different forms of Arctic life and culture.

The attraction includes different forms of plant and animal life, as well as interactive sections.

One of the major themes of the exhibit is the topic of climate change and the impact that it has on not just animal life, but also on the people that call the northern part of the country home.

Sandy Baumgartner, the executive director of the Saskatchewan Science Centre, believes it is important that people become more aware of the issue.

“We need to learn about those impacts and a lot of those impacts are happening because of our actions as humans,” says Baumgartner. “So learning a bit more about our neighbours and about what we’re doing that can affect somebody far away is really important for both the young and old to learn.”

The exhibit will be open from May 16 until September 7th.

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