During the second week of October, Dr. Geoff Rayner-Canham, and his two student colleagues, Robin Taylor and Yu-Ru Lee, visited the schools on the Labrador south coast on a Chemistry Outreach, extolling the importance and relevance of chemistry. Students at these schools rarely see real live chemistry in action and get to explore chemistry for themselves. It is particularly important that students not only experience the excitement of chemistry but also see it as an integral part of their lives, whether it is foodstuffs, cosmetics, and the myriad other aspects of our chemical world we live in. The team also demonstrated new materials which are altering our lives and discussed the growing importance of environmental chemistry, especially the career opportunities. By having two young women science presenters, it was common after the event for girls at the schools to stay behind and animatedly share their own enthusiasm for science and for chemistry in particular, and for their interest in pursuing a science-related career. The Outreach visited eight schools, from Cartwright, Labrador to St. Paul's, Quebec, doing twelve presentations to a total of 450 students, in doing so, they drove a total of 2066 km. The Outreach was sponsored by a Quick Start Award for Public Engagement, MUN; Grenfell Campus, MUN; Esteem Women (Nfld&Lab); and the Canadian Society for Chemistry, Chemistry Education Fund.