Relay Stories

2020/21 School Year Report

22,482 hours of interactive learning about clean energy and the green economy

Virtual science festival teaches students across Canada about energy

"This is amazing! The best virtual experience that I have had teaching."

Relay partners with Mining Matters to reach students in Nunavut

141 educational activity kits were sent to five Inuit communities in the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut. 400 students will learn about the importance of wind energy and more.

Spring brings new Relay workshops

Learn about the new workshops we've added to our online programming

A brief history: windmills to wind turbines

For a long time I thought of wind turbines as somewhat futuristic, and not an invention that goes back over 100 years.

Small-scale renewable technology on a prairie farm

See some of the ways farmers are using renewable energy, especially for watering purposes, on our Saskatchewan Coordinator's family ranch.

Reading and listening In the Green Chair

Reading recommendations from the awesome guests of the In the Green Chair Podcast.

Relay’s first international workshop

Families in New York state designed and built model solar cars with us

Ways to make the holidays more planet-friendly

Here are our tips for more sustainably minded gifts and activities for this time of year

Tips on teaching 9 months into a pandemic

Here’s what tools, materials and lessons we’ve learned on how to adapt to changing learning environments over the past 9 months.