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A makerspace student holding and looking at a micro:bit.

The Mega Impact of the Micro:bit

Post published:January 16, 2024

Coding can seem abstract, but the 9000 micro:bits recently received by Pinnguaq through a partnership with Digital Moment will be used to bring coding into the real world, and to help learners see and realize their own power and potential. 

Cheers to a Year at The Lindsay Makerspace!

Cheers to a Year at The Lindsay Makerspace!

Post published:October 7, 2020

It has been such a journey this past year! We started with an empty white walled room and transformed it into a space jam packed with excited community members who are exploring, making, creating, thinking, playing, sharing, learning, unlearning, hacking, discussing, and so much more. It’s hard to believe that a year ago, on October … Continued

A dark building with snow on the ground, where the Iqaluit Makerspace is.

The Iqaluit Makerspace at September 2020

Post published:September 17, 2020

In March 2020 we, like the rest of the world, had to pause, pivot and innovate on the way we serve communities in light of the Covid-19 epidemic.  Our focus remained on developing S.T.E.A.M educational resources for rural and remote communities across Canada. Between April and June 2020 we saw over 8000 learners and educators … Continued

The Iqaluit Makerspace in 2020

The Iqaluit Makerspace in 2020

Post published:January 3, 2020

There are some exciting things happening at the Pinnguaq Iqaluit Makerspace in 2020! Introducing Michael Foote, the new Makerspace Manager.