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A new exhibit at the Telus World of Science in Edmonton is recognizing traditional knowledge as more than stories.
The Cold Lake squadron also participated in a marksmanship day in Bonnyville, a familiarization flying day at the Cold Lake Regional Airport, a visit to the TELUS World of Science in Edmonton, and a weekend survival field training exercise where the whole squadron learned and practiced survival skills.
Islamic Science Rediscovered' has travelled to various venues including Liberty Science Centre in New Jersey, Ontario Science Centre and The TELUS World of Science in Canada, where it garnered wide attention and accolades.
Dubai-based MTE Studios a specialized consultancy firm focused on themed architecture and interactive learning experiences signs a contract with Telus World of Science to showcase 'Sultans of Science' the global traveling exhibition at Edmonton in Canada from May 19th until September 7th 2010.
However, since the 2014 Winter Olympic Games will be held in Sochi, Russia has been assigned a bigger place to hold its exhibition, a space that includes most of the TELUS World of Science building.
The world premiere of this exhibition will be held at the Montreal Science Centre, starting on April 19, 2012 and the second and only other North-American stop of the tour will open on October 27, 2012 at TELUS World of Science - Edmonton.
After the run, participants enjoyed free giveaways, live entertainment, face painting for children and free admission to the TELUS World of Science.
MT) at the Telus World of Science, 701-11 Street SW, Calgary.