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It’s an interactive celebration of everything Trekkie. Telus Spark opens the latest EMS Entertainment travelling exhibit this weekend called Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience. Visitors can step into a Starfleet Academy replica, learn to speak Klingon, use a phaser, and guide the Starship Enterprise through virtual threat. “It’s that opportunity to test yourself as a potential recruit, but also the opportunity to see what the history of the television series was,” said Jennifer Martin, the CEO of Telus Spark. The exhibit runs from Feb. 4 until June 4 and tickets start at $22.95 for kids and $29.95 for adults. For more Info visit www.sparkscience.ca ...

Media and fans of the iconic franchise should stay tuned to our social media channels – follow hash tag #StarfleetAcademy and @AvSpaceMuseum — for more information in the coming months. Montreal ComiCcon attendees can also visit the Starfleet Academy Experience booth (6100) this weekend. ...

New Star Trek™: The Starfleet Academy Experience Exhibition to launch its world tour at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum OTTAWA, July 3, 2015 – Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience, a brand new interactive exhibit which uses the Star Trek franchise as a springboard to teach visitors about science and technology, will have its world debut at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum (CASM) in Ottawa, Canada on “star date 052016” (20 May 2016). This exhibition will inspire the Star Trek fan in everyone. Visitors will have the opportunity to become a Starfleet cadet, to beat the Kobayashi Maru test, and ultimately to pilot a starship from an active bridge. “We are very proud to be developing this wonderful exhibition with our partners EMS and CBS Consumer Products,” said Alex Benay, President and CEO of the Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation. “We are certain it will prove to be a ‘must-see’...