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Home Learning Hub

Check out the Learning Hub to find out more about the STEM* concepts behind our project!

Here’s where you will find opportunities to engage with the Broadway Subway Project, such as viewing our project overview video, exploring fun facts, conducting hands-on experiments, and creating your own design to colour.

Be sure to also visit our mural at Great Northern Way, which outlines 8 different construction steps, and offers viewing windows where you can take a peek at crews and machines in action!

This page will be updated with resources as our project progresses. Be sure to check back often!

*STEM = Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

STEM Explorers

Young learners (Preschool – Grade 3) and their adult helpers can follow our 8-step subway station construction process from start to finish.  Find short, accessible activities that can easily be done with materials found in your home!

Explore the Tunnel Boring Machines

Learn more about our Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs), Elsie and Phyllis, and their journey across the ocean to Vancouver where they were assembled. Learn some fascinating facts about TBMs, and see them in action!

Explore the Traffic Decks

Learn more about how we keep the traffic moving while construction happens below. You can find interesting facts, steps to build a traffic deck, and you can even watch a traffic deck being built right before your eyes!

Photos and Videos

Curious to see more?  Check out our photo album or our Youtube channel to see what we have been busy doing!


Try your hand at some fun activities with Digby in our booklet, or use your imagination to draw where Broadway Subway Project will take you!

This is where students (Grade 10-12) can meet some of the people who bring their talent to the Broadway Subway Project! Learn about their career paths, qualifications, and insider advice for career exploration.


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