Episode 1: Light
Join our Science Questers as they find out about how light has different temperatures; Kai shows us how to make your own sunset.
Episode 2: Dwellings
Our Science Questors learn about Indigenous architect Douglas Cardinal, and An’ostin makes a lean-to in the woods.
Episode 3: Big Bang
Visit with Elder Woody Morrison who shares about how it all began – from an Indigenous perspective and we learn some of the science of the big bang.
Episode 4: Science of Music
Rock out with us as we make some noise and learn about the scientific wonders of music with musicians Gregory Coyes and Sheryl Sewepagaham.
Episode 5: Animal Habitat
We can all help save animal homes — learn from Dr. Ruby Dunstan who helped protect the Stein Valley and wildlife habitat.
Episode 6: Geology
We meet archaeologist Dr. Rudy Reimer to study the ground beneath out feet and Kai shows us how to make our own rocks!
Episode 7: Canoes/Technology
Join our Science Questers as they learn about birch bark canoes and pilot Don Todd, who has flown on every continent except Antarctica.
Episode 8: Biology
Join our Science Questers as they find out why salmon are important to so many Indigenous Nations — visit a salmon hatchery!
Episode 9: Earth Science
Ethnobotanist Cease Wyss shares plant knowledge; Kai shows makes punk rock cabbage!
Episode 10: Cosmos
Our Science Questers go in search of star knowledge and build a medicine wheel; Kai shows us how to make a homemade star projector.
Episode 11: Math
Professor Shawn Desaulniers says numbers are everywhere; can you solve a Rubik’s’ cube?
Episode 12: Science of Art
Celebrated artists Sonny Assu and Dionne Paul make art and show us how fascinating the world of colours and design can be.
Episode 13: Chemistry
Isa celebrates the awesome accomplishments of Senator Lillian Dyck, a neuroscientist, and we learn how to make glue out of milk!