Summer camps are well underway on several campuses in Canada. Cambrian College, College Boreal, and Laurentian University have partnered on an “Electrifying the Future” camp where students will learn about their education and career options in automotive and manufacturing mobility industries. York University is introducing a new Pharmaceutical Chemistry research course to its Spark Lab courses—week-long sessions for Grade 9 to 12 students interested in science—that uses virtual reality. The University of Winnipeg’s Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre will be hosting over 200 Grade 1 to 8 students at its Indigenous STEAM Summer Camp. Vancouver Island University will be hosting a free summer camp for Indigenous youth that was organized by the ‘su’luqw’a’ Community Cousins Indigenous student mentorship program.