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  • Judy and martha hold up quilt

    © Judy Kowalski

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    Quilts for Survivors: Made with Love in the Spirit of Reconciliation

    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.

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  • Cedar Swan and Stefan Kindberg Explorers Club

    © Victoria Polsoni

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    Partnership Profile: The Explorers Club

    Adventure Canada is proud to be the exclusive polar travel provider of the Explorers Club. Many of our expedition team and clients are members of this prestigious organization. Read more about how together we are supporting research, scientific exploration, and conservation through the Young Explorers Program and Polar Film Festival.

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  • Giving directions in greenland

    © Jen Derbach

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    Five Tips for Travelling Sustainably in Greenland

    Are you captivated by the beauty of the Arctic but feel concerned about your footprint? Here are five best practices for travelling in a responsible way in Greenland—based on insights from locals themselves.

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  • Indigenous podcasts

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    Listening & Learning About Reconciliation: A Podcast Club

    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.

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  • Peaceful activist demonstration COP26 Glasgow Scotland march

    © David Edwards

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    Reflections on COP26: Has It Saved Us from Catastrophic Climate Change?

    Read one observer’s account of attending the 2021 COP26 UN climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland. He shares a few of his reflections on the complex, sometimes frustrating—but very necessary—annual international conference and how it is addressing the climate crisis.

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  • Ellie Manitoulin Island trail

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    What I Learned from Writing a Territorial Acknowledgement

    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.

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  • Ivory gull bird in flight

    © Dennis Minty

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    Partnership Profile: BirdLife International

    Adventure Canada and BirdLife International both support regenerative practices, capacity building, and community innovations to help build a world where nature and people can co-exist in a state of harmony. Find out more about the new Graeme Gibson Fellowship, designed to inspire the next generation of conservation leaders.

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