College Chemistry Canada (C3)

College Chemistry Canada (C3) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the teaching of chemistry primarily at the college and university level. Click here to find out more about C3.

Our annual conference is held at member colleges from across Canada. The most recent conference was held in Victoria, hosted by Camosun College. The 2020 conference will be hosted by Université de Saint-Boniface, Winnipeg, Manitoba.




103rd Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition 2020, Winnipeg, May 24-28. The deadline to submit abstracts is February 10th. The link to the Chemistry Education symposia, and to submit an abstract can be found here.

C3 Newletter Available Online. (10/19) Click here for the most recent Fall 2019 issue.

(06/24) Photos from Victoria are now available, visit the 2019 Conference page to browse the photos.

(06/03) An article in memory of the remarkable life of Margaret-Ann Armour, can be found here.

2020 C3 Conference. (05/27) Will be hosted by Université de Saint-Boniface
(Winnipeg, Manitoba). May 22nd to 24th, 2020. Click here for the Conference flyer.

2019 C3 Conference. (05/27) Was hosted by Camosun College.

November 2018: Journal of Chemical Education, call for papers for a 2019 special issue on the topic "Reimagining Chemistry Education:  Systems Thinking, Green & Sustainable Chemistry" Click here for details.

2018 Conference (5/30). Was hosted by NAIT, Edmonton, Alberta, May 24th to 27th. Thanks to Laura Lucan, Paula Hawrysz and all the conference co-ordinators for organizing an outstanding conference.

2018 Conference Photos; are still available (7/18). Click here to see the photos.

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2019 Student Awards.

The Host College Student Award and General Student Award were presented to Kourosh Pazandeh and Erin Evoy respectively. The photo shows Erin accepting her award from C3 president Jimmy Lowe, and conference co-organizer, Camosun's John Lee.


2019 Conference

The 46th Annual Conference was hosted by Camosun College in Victoria BC. Visit the 2019 Conference page to browse the proceedings.


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