Adventure Canada has always believed strongly in the power of collaboration. We are able to offer better and more innovative programming thanks to the strength of our partnerships. We work closely with organizations that share our values. We are proud to count leaders of many regional, national, and international organizations as part of our team.

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American Polar Society

The APS connects scientists, explorers, and enthusiasts around the world to celebrate the uniqueness of the polar regions and help to shape the destines of these fragile and vital environments.

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Arctic Return

In March 2019, the Arctic Return Expedition team will return to Naujaat and embark upon a 650-kilometre trek across Boothia Peninsula that will follow the route taken by John Rae and his indigenous companions.

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Bird Life International

BirdLife International is the world's largest nature conservation partnership, with national partners in over 100 countries. Together, they strive for a world rich in biodiversity, where nature and people live together in harmony.

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Bruce Trail Conservancy

The Bruce Trail Conservancy is one of Ontario’s largest land trusts. To date the Bruce Trail Conservancy has been responsible for the preservation of over 11,500 acres of Escarpment land.

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Food First NL

Food First NL is a provincial non-profit organization that supports and collaborates with many like-minded organizations and individuals to actively promote comprehensive, community-based, and equitable solutions to improve food security across Newfoundland and Labrador.

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Inuit Art Foundation

The Inuit Art Foundation is the only national Inuit organization dedicated to the support of Inuit art and artists working in all regions and all media. The Foundation is led by Inuit, who have filled the majority of positions on the IAF’s Board since 1994.

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Ocean Wise

Ocean Wise’s vision is a world in which oceans are healthy and flourishing. Their mission is to inspire the global community to become Ocean Wise by increasing its understanding, wonder and appreciation for our oceans.

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Parks Canada

Parks Canada is a public service agency dedicated to the protection and presentation of Canada’s national parks, national historic sites and related heritage areas. Adventure Canada and Parks Canada are working together to develop sustainable and safe visitation guidelines to some of Canada’s most isolated and sensitive areas while providing economic benefit to Inuit.

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Polar Bears International

Through media, science, innovation, and advocacy, Polar Bears International inspires people around the world to care about the Arctic, the threats to its future, and the connection between this region and our global climate.

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Project North

Project North is a not-for-profit organization committed to enhancing and improving the lives of children in Canada’s North.

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Regeneration Canada

A Montreal-based nonprofit with a nation-wide focus, Regeneration Canada focuses on education, advocacy and network building, in order to inform, mobilize and connect the human ecosystem that impacts soils.

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Students on Ice

The Students on Ice Foundation is an award-winning organization offering transformative educational expeditions for youth in the Arctic.

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The Ayalik Fund

The Ayalik Fund gives those Inuit youth who would otherwise not have such opportunities a chance to build self-esteem and confidence, through challenging outdoor adventure, meeting other young Canadians and social-cultural exploration.

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The Explorers Club

The Explorer’s Club has played a significant role as the premier meeting place for explorers and scientists worldwide who have pushed the limits of discovery and human endurance. Adventure Canada is proud to to be one of the polar travel providers of The Explorers Club.

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The John Rae Society

The JRS's mandate is to advance the education of the public in the life and achievements of John Rae as the discoverer of the final navigable link of the Northwest Passage and one of the greatest Arctic explorers.

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Tradition & Transition

Tradition & Transition is a five-year partnership between Memorial University of Newfoundland and the Nunatsiavut Government, which represents the Inuit of Labrador. The goal of the partnership is to strengthen both traditional Inuit knowledge and the ongoing research in Nunatsiavut, in order to ensure the continuing vitality of Labrador Inuit culture.

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Wings Over the Rockies Festival

One of the biggest and longest-running wildlife festivals in Canada, Wings Over the Rockies celebrates and helps protect the hundred and eighty kilometres of wetlands at the headwaters of the Columbia River. Each year, the festival offers over one hundred events and presentations to its participants.

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Women for Nature

Women for Nature is a signature initiative that brings together influential women from all sectors of society—whether in business, academia, politics, or the non-profit sector.

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