© Dennis Minty
Photo Story | Canadian High Arctic and Greenland
The North is a culinary wonderland for adventurous eaters. Find out more about six of the must-try favourites—meats, fish, fruit, and beans(!)—from this tasty region of the world. Be sure to take the opportunity to try both new and traditional Inuit foods on your Arctic expedition.
Territorial acknowledgements—paying homage to the traditional homelands where an event takes place or a structure is built—are one small way we can show respect to Indigenous peoples within Canada and around the world. Find out more about what one settler learned from the experience of writing one.
As one commitment to ongoing allyship, four friends started a podcast club to learn more about reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada. Read reflections about some of their key takeaways and learn tips and tricks for starting your own podcast club.
© Lee Narraway
Want to learn more about the places you’re travelling to? Whether you love history, science, or the arts—or a little bit of everything!—you’ll feel engaged, entertained, and well-educated on board. Find out more about the learning experiences you can look forward to with Adventure Canada.
© Judy Kowalski
Judy Kowalski was so inspired by what she learned on her Northwest Passage expedition cruise that she chose to take action towards reconciliation in her own life, creating a quilt for Martha Flaherty, a survivor of residential schools and High Arctic relocation.
How have your travels inspired you? Linda Vurma is a long-time guest of Adventure Canada who has joined our trips since 2013. Read more about how her expeditions have quenched her voracious appetite for learning, and how she’s since been inspired to share her newfound knowledge with others.
© Dennis Minty
Oct. 2–Oct. 12, 2019
One of the supper choices was handline caught Fogo Island cod, from our first Taste of Place menu. And if that was not enough to round out the day, how about a kitchen party in the Nautilus? “Whatta yat?” chimed Tony. “Well, b’y, today it was a great slew of things!”