Space Research @ Guelph
The APXS measures the abundance of chemical elements on rocks and soils.  Many professors and students from the physics department work together to study the results from the instrument.  But the lead engineer on the project has put this hihgly successful instrument on the ESA Rosetta Mission which landed on a comet in 2015.  As well as three Mars rovers: Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity.  
The physics department at the University of Guelph also has many professors and students who reasearch astrophysical topics such as gravitational waves, neutron stars and black holes.  The department is also capable of giving viewing tours of their rooftop telescope.
The Controlled Environment Systems Research Facility and its Space and Advanced Life Support (ALS) Agriculture program are some of Canada's contribution investigate plant research for space mission and closed environment systems.  In addition, they work with the European Space Agency's MELiSSA Project
Space Outreach & Advocacy @ Guelph
Tomatosphere is a primary school agricultural and space science outreach program that engages over 3 million students in the US and Canada.
The Astronomy Club at the University of Guelph is a great group of students. They regularly win display awards at local outreach events. 
And of course ourselves,  for more information about the outreach and activities we do please click the banner here is the URL: http://spaceproject.ca/activities