Monday, May 29, 2017

Tag: may-june-17

Inuit imagination helps define a renewed relationship

On February 9, Inuit leaders met in Iqaluit with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss Inuit priorities and sign the Inuit Nunangat Declaration on...

Helping Indigenous youth achieve their dreams

Indspire is an Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people for the long-term benefit of these...

Polar Bear Sleep Over – Choosing a Camp Site

A polar bear decided to have a sleep over while I was a 15-year-old boy on a summer outing in a canvas tent with...

Pole to pole – Positive steps towards a Canadian Antarctic research...

Canada is the second largest polar nation, and among the wealthiest, giving it a responsibility to lead in scientific research and knowledge dissemination of...

Spring Camp – Learning Inuit Traditions

How amazing would it be to participate in an Arctic adventure for a week, to live off the land? What about learning Inuit traditions...

Can Arctic Char adapt to a changing North?

Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus), one of the most interesting freshwater fish species in Canada, is an important cultural, subsistence, and economic resource for inhabitants...

Nunavik Parks

A sustainable tourism network Since the early 1990s, large areas of unspoiled landscapes in northern Québec have been protected to acknowledge the importance of nature...

Enroute to the Arctic Circle

NWT themed highway routes Some of the best memories are made while sitting around the campfire, exploring new trails, catching a fish or dipping...

Surviving and thriving in the Arctic with Traditional Practices

Do you know how many different ways you can use a rock in the Arctic? This was one of many questions that the Government...

AIP announces new prize categories

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Arctic Inspiration Prize (AIP). In its sixth year, the total prize amount has been increased to up...