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  • Birds in flight Cape Spear

    © Dennis Minty

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    Where Do You Belong?

    In Newfoundland, instead of asking where you’re from, people will often say, “Where do you belong?” Dennis Minty explores this rich question with personal anecdotes about his own sense of place and how his travels have deepened his connection to home.

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  • Young girl watching ducks

    © Dennis Minty

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    Photography, Our Children, and the Nature Crisis

    Some of Dennis Minty’s fondest memories are of camping trips with his children, but lately he’s noticed the alarming trend of youth spending far less time outside. In this thoughtful piece, Dennis reflects upon what will happen to our world and our health if we aren’t connected to nature.

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  • Rob Comeau rides in truck

    © Mark Edward Harris

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    Creating Nunavut: Reflections from an Inuk

    Law student, Inuit advocate, and avid qajaq-er Robert Comeau shares his personal reflections as an Inuk living in Nunavut, now more than twenty years on since the creation of the territory. Along with celebrating such successes, Robert challenges readers to acknowledge historical and modern-day challenges faced by Inuit.

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  • Hall of Clestrain

    © Dennis Minty

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    Partnership Profile: The John Rae Society

    Adventure Canada and the John Rae Society have been official partners since 2018. The John Rae Society preserves and educates about the historical legacy of Arctic explorer John Rae. Here, president Andrew Appleby tells us about recent archaeological excavations at the Hall of Clestrain, the childhood home of John Rae.

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  • Side by side amy van den berg sean young walrus fellows

    © Jessie Brinkman Evans / Karen Longwell

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    Q&A with Adventure Canada’s Walrus Fellows

    Adventure Canada and The Walrus magazine share similar values—education, connection, and fact-based storytelling. In this Q&A feature, Amy van den Berg chats with Sean Young, two members of a fellowship program created by the valuable partnership between Adventure Canada and The Walrus.

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  • Polar bear standing on ice

    © Scott Forsyth

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    Partnership Profile: Polar Bears International

    After more than thirty years with a polar bear on our logo, Adventure Canada recently adopted a bear with Polar Bears International. This unique partnership supports conservation research efforts and sea ice preservation. You can visit the Polar Bears International website to for an interactive map that tracks our bear.

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  • Lena onalik michelle valberg labrador

    © Michelle Valberg

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    The Nunas: An Introduction to the Four Inuit Homelands in Canada

    In Canada, Inuit make their home along the entire northern coast, from Alaska’s border to Labrador. Together these homelands are named Inuit Nunangat, “the lands, waters, and ice of Inuit.” Here, Adventure Canada political scientist, historian, and journalist Aaron Spitzer gives us a primer on Inuit regional land-claim agreements.

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