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    Regenerative Tourism 101

    Adventure Canada is delighted to be working with Dr. Pauline Sheldon as we deepen our understanding and practice of regenerative travel. In this article, Dr. Sheldon provides an academic deep dive into the research and theory behind this exciting new field.

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    Partnership Profile: The Ayalik Fund

    Adventure Canada and the Ayalik Fund have worked in partnership since 2016. In memory of their son, Eric Ayalik Okalitana Pelly, long-time Adventure Canada team members David and Laurie Pelly started the Ayalik Fund to provide opportunities for Inuit youth to build self-esteem and confidence through challenging outdoor adventure.

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  • Owl printmaking kinngait cape dorset

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    Buyer Be Fair: A Guide to Smart—and Responsible—Shopping in the Arctic

    The North is rich with beautiful art and wherever we travel, Adventure Canada aims to help our guests be responsible and respectful consumers. If you’re looking forward to purchasing a one-of-a-kind souvenir on one of our expeditions, here are six easy-to-follow tips to help you shop ethically in the Arctic.

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    In Conversation: Interview with Lori McCarthy and Anita Stewart

    Taste of Place Ambassador Lori McCarthy and Canadian culinary author and activist Anita Stewart joined Adventure Canada co-founder Bill Swan to discuss the success of our Taste of Place food and beverage program on our Newfoundland Circumnavigation expedition.

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  • Pond Inlet nunavut

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    Pride of Nunavut

    July 9th marks Nunavut Day, the day in 1993 when Canadian Parliament passed the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act and the Nunavut Act. Cultural Educator Ashley Kilabuk-Savard shares her personal experiences of living in Nunavut, connecting with the land, and learning from Inuit elders.

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  • Aaju Peter Michelle Valberg

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    Angry Inuk

    The hardships that animal rights groups, such as Greenpeace, the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), have caused to Inuit and coastal communities in Canada is not acceptable, especially considering the Canadian Arctic has the highest food insecurity in North America.

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