Monday, July 16, 2018

Tag: may-june-18

Studying Arctic Fields

In recent years the circumpolar region has emerged as the key to understanding global climate change. The plight of the polar bear, resource extraction...

Marine Fishes of Arctic Canada

With the dramatic pace of change in the climate and ecosystems of the Arctic, comes the critical need for science that documents the state...

Iqaluit

Some essential Iqaluit experiences: • Explore nearby Qaumaarviit Territorial Park and learn about the thousands of years of local Inuit history • Hike through beautiful Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park,...

Yukon Ho!

What better time to experience a patriotic northern summer sojourn than over the Canada Day long weekend. And what better place to visit this...

Strength in the Face of Hardship

I was reading an article one recent morning on missing and murdered Nunavik Inuit women in Montreal, Quebec, and suddenly I felt a crushing...

Ashevak and Pitsiulak exhibit coming to AGO

“Tunirrusiangit” means “their gifts” or “the gifts they gave” in Inuktitut. It is also the name of a new exhibit by the Art Gallery...

Ulittaniujalik

Under the direction of Nunavik Parks, Ulittaniujalik National Park was officially created after six years of collaboration. Covering an area of 5,293 km2 and...

Partnership empowers youth

On March 8, excitement ran high for students at Ulluriaq School in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, as they hosted the Gatineau-based charity I Love First Peoples...

Who is this Cabin Boy?

Dedicated to all the members of the Lost Franklin Expedition who tragically lost their lives. The search is on for the identity of one of...

Explore mysteries of lost ships in new exhibit

In May 1845, Sir John Franklin set sail from Britain in command of the most ambitious Northwest Passage expedition ever initiated by the Royal...