Here`s what you can expect if you go back to the Science Centre How can I use the reciprocity agreement with science centres and museums across Canada? To benefit from the reciprocal approval agreement of a CCAC organization, consumers must live more than 150 km (“bird`s-eye” from the centre they wish to visit. That`s what happens! If you`ve been through the science center in recent months, you know we`re under construction and the Aurora project is booming. Can I benefit from mutual agreement in my local science centre or museum? A guest article by Dr. Abram Hindle, TWOSE Science Fellow, for Science Literacy Week 2020. Abram talks about one of his favorite science books and gives us an inspired experience of this book to try it from home! To benefit from the mutual agreement to host a participating science centre or museum, the consumer must live more than 150 km (“bird`s-eye”) from the centre he wishes to visit. Reception staff reserve the right to request photo identification and proof of residence so that the contract can be used. The reciprocal agreement entitles the owners of the science centre and members of the museum (i.e. families and individuals) to a general entrance (at no additional cost) when visiting other participating institutions across Canada. Some additional benefits may apply (see “Restrictions” column). Can I benefit from reciprocal agreement at my local science centre or museum by purchasing a membership in a science centre or museum participating in the province? Which science centres and museums are participating in the reciprocity agreement? Each participating science centre or museum has its own membership structure, which may differ from your local science center or museum structure. Consumers cannot purchase a 150 km (bird`s-eye) subscription from their residence and receive free admission to their local science centre or museum.
Not all CCAC members participate in the reciprocity agreement. The institutions mentioned above are the only scientific centres and museums that are currently participating in the agreement. On October 29, 2019, an agreement was reached on the details of the HSPBA pay rates negotiated for the 2019-2022 Health Researchers Collective Agreement. You can find the final salary schedules here. Please note that there are several professional schedules and you must refer to the salary schedule that corresponds to your profession. All members of the CCAC Science Centre/Museum can apply to participate in the mutual agreement. If you are interested in the fact that your organization appears in the reciprocal agreement, please contact Tina Leduc, Office Manager of firstname.lastname@example.org. Before visiting, contact the Science Centre or Museum to find out what you are entitled to with your local science centre or museum member. Members and directors should be aware that this proposed collective agreement may contain errors and omissions that will be corrected in the coming months when the agreement is concluded and printed. Once the printed version is completed, employers are responsible for distributing the registers to employees covered by the HSPBA.