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AT Banter Interview With Director of Innovation Chad Leaman

September 7, 2022 | Categories: News
Our Director of Innovation Chad Leaman joined the podcast AT Banter to discuss 3D printing and the impact on assistive technology. Listen to the podcast

Fun With Making at D-Camps

A diabetes diagnosis can be such a difficult time for a child — there are so many questions and so many things to learn. D-Camps,…

TELUS World of Science Summer Campers Build Over 200 Devices

Over the summer, Makers Making Change hosted nine build events at the TELUS World of Science Edmonton summer camps. Kids were introduced to Makers Making…

Troy’s New Technology Skills Help Him Spread the Joy of Cooking

September 6, 2022 | Categories: success story
With over 20 years of experience, Troy’s career as a chef saw him traveling the world and operating a successful catering business in Vancouver and…

Taz Makes a Difference With His Work

August 24, 2022 | Categories: Maker Spotlight
When not playing guitar with his band, Taz spent much of his time in high school in Courtenay, BC at the school’s robotics club. “In…

We’re Hiring!

| Categories: News
We’re hiring! We have openings on the Makers Making Change team across Canada: Engineering Intern, Canada Community Admin, Burnaby, BC Outreach Intern, British Columbia Outreach…

Adaptive Gaming at the Edmonton Maker Faire

August 10, 2022 | Categories: Event
The Edmonton Maker Faire during K-Days from July 22nd to 24th was a great opportunity to meet many new people and spread the word about…

R&D Summer Update

July 27, 2022 | Categories: News, Feature Blog
Over the summer, our Research and Development team has been hard at work on a variety of projects. Here’s a rundown of some of the…

Co-op Refinery Complex ERT Adapt Toys for Children at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre

| Categories: Buildathon, News
A simple set of instructions, toy parts, and teamwork is all it took to change the lives of some very deserving children. Members of Co-op…