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    Voted Best Cruise Line for Families!

    We are proud to announce that Adventure Canada has been voted Best Cruise Line for Families by USA TODAY!

    This award recognizes our leadership in the industry and our dedication to providing exceptional experiences for young passengers. We take great pride in offering a wide range of family-friendly activities, cabins, and dining options aboard our cruises, ensuring that families have a memorable and enjoyable time at sea.

    A panel of experts picked the initial nominees, and the top ten winners were determined by popular vote. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who supported us during the voting process. We are so grateful for your ongoing support and can't wait to travel with you all again soon!

    Thank you for making us the top choice for family cruising!

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    Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science

    Today marks the 9th International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day to celebrate the contributions of women and girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) communities, highlight the critical role that women and girls play in scientific and technological innovation, and critically discuss how diverse participation can be facilitated and strengthened.

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    For This Inuit Woman of Science, It's a Team Operation

    To celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we feature Liz Pijogge of Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, who, with her team, is doing pioneering work on plastic pollution in the North Atlantic.

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    Part 1: Discovering John Rae—Once More Into the Passage

    In 1999, author-historian Ken McGoogan, along with two other men, placed a plaque overlooking Rae Strait, commemorating John Rae’s 1854 discovery—the final link in the first navigable Passage. Twenty-five years later, McGoogan finds himself reflecting on his return to this very spot. Experience the Arctic through his perspective as he shares behind-the-scenes insights from his award-winning book, Fatal Passage, in the first of this six-part series.

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    Unveiling Canada's Wonders: Adventuring with John Smol

    Join Canadian Geographic travel ambassador, John Smol, on an expedition that promises to reveal the hidden gems of Canada. Uncover the breathtaking beauty of lesser-known landscapes, rich historical sites, and vibrant cultures guided by this passionate researcher and professor. In this exclusive interview, learn more about this enchanting region and the insights John will bring to this extraordinary journey.

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    Photo Story | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland

    Eight Amazing Experiences on Baffin Island and Greenland: Circling the Midnight Sun

    Each Adventure Canada expedition holds its own unique highlights. Find out more about the top eight experiences on this trip of a lifetime. Vibrant Inuit culture, incredible ice, rich history, and amazing wildlife will send shivers of excitement down your spine on this spectacular expedition.

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    Reclaiming the Story of Suliewey, Honouring Mi’kmaq Culture through the Power of Storytelling

    Adventure Canada speaks with Mi’kmaw authors Chief Mi’sel Joe and Sheila O’Neill about their books, My Indian and Suliewey. Through the power of storytelling, the two are reclaiming and humanizing the trivialized narrative of Sylvester Joe (Suliewey). Sylvester is a Mi’kmaw guide, who accompanied colonial settler William Epps Cormack on a quest to locate the last surviving Beothuk encampments in 1822. Learn how they are reframing the settler perspective and dispelling colonial myths.

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