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Video | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland

Episode 2: “Ice Walker”

Episode 2: In this next episode of the video series 'Inside an Explorer’s Arctic Journal', Dr. James Raffan takes us onto the Arctic ice and into his lifetime of learning with polar bears and Northern peoples. This presentation will inspire you, make you laugh, possibly make you cry, and certainly will give you pause to consider the future of planet Earth.

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    © Jason van Bruggen

    Video | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland

    Episode 2: “Ice Walker”

    Episode 2: In this next episode of the video series 'Inside an Explorer’s Arctic Journal', Dr. James Raffan takes us onto the Arctic ice and into his lifetime of learning with polar bears and Northern peoples. This presentation will inspire you, make you laugh, possibly make you cry, and certainly will give you pause to consider the future of planet Earth.

    Learn More

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    © Dennis Minty

    Video | Newfoundland and Labrador

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    © Jason van Bruggen

    Video | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland

    Episode 1: “Circling the Midnight Sun”

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    Article | Newfoundland and Labrador

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    Torngat Mountains National Park in Nunatsiavut, northern Labrador is a favourite destination for many Adventure Canada staff. But to the world at large, this special place remains a bit of a mystery. The name Torngat comes from the local Inuttitut word tongait, meaning "place of spirits".

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    Worlds collided when geologist Peter Croal dropped a message in a bottle off the coast of Greenland in 2016 as part of a citizen science initiative, and it was found nearly four years later by a sheep farmer on a beach in the Shetland Islands.

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    Article | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland

    Andrew Sookrah: Inspired by the Arctic

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