Share your experiences: Science and tech in your life during COVID-19

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Daily check-ins with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

The role of science has become more public during the pandemic.

We tune in regularly to listen to health ministers and public health experts for updates on vaccines, social distancing advice, and real-time statistics and research. 

People’s relationships with technologies are also changing; we have become more dependent on some, while we use others less. At the museum, staff meet regularly on digital platforms, but we never use cars and public transportation to gather in person. 

As curators, we would like to know how science and technology has changed in your life. Share your photos and stories through social media using the hashtag #CuratingUnderQuarantine. 

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Molly McCullough

Molly McCullough is the assistant curator at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum.