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The Nunavut Quest dogsled race is revitalizing a once-threatened tradition

Inside the 500-kilometre dogsled race across the High Arctic with the qimuksiqtiit who are sharing their knowledge with the next generation

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Exploration

The 2022 Expedition Insider

A behind-the-scenes look at the adventures and discoveries of the passionate explorers funded by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society

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With old traditions and new tech, young Inuit chart their changing landscape

For generations, hunting, and the deep connection to the land it creates, has been a mainstay of Inuit culture. As the coastline changes rapidly—reshaping the marine landscape and jeopardizing the hunt—Inuit youth are charting ways to preserve the hunt, and their identity. 

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Travel

The Essential Itinerary: Iqaluit

Kick up those soft kamiit heels and join in the fun with this must-do list of activities

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Travel

Your next cup of coffee should come from Canada’s North

Support small businesses and get a killer cup of coffee at the same time with a bag of beans from these northern roasters

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A polar bear on Mitivik Island

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A bear in the henhouse

How the drama of climate change is playing out on a small island in Hudson Bay

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Summits of Canada expedition to make final ascent in Nunavut this summer

Decade-long project to reach the highest point in every province and territory will conclude with Barbeau Peak on Ellesmere Island

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Mapping

Mapping the Lancaster Sound National Marine Conservation Area

Two visions of the landmark proposed marine protected region

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Polar bear and cub on green tundra

Wildlife

Previously stable population of polar bears now in decline, study finds

The number of polar bears living around southern Hudson Bay has dropped by nearly a fifth since 2011

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Louie Kamookak, Nunavut, Gjoa Haven, obituary, tribute, RCGS, explorer, Franklin

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Louie Kamookak, oral history and the Franklin expedition

Alanna Mitchell, co-author of Franklin's Lost Ship: The Historic Discovery of HMS Erebus, reflects on the renowned historian

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Students and staff at Nunavut Sivuniksavut Photo: Katherine Takpannie

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At Ottawa’s Nunavut Sivuniksavut, Inuit youth carve out their place in the world

The name roughly translates to 'Nunavut, Our Future,' and that's where students and instructors are focused

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The Ridge Lab of the Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory (PEARL) located at Eureka, Nunavut (80N, 86W) on Ellesmere Island

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Ring around the pole

When the Canadian High Arctic Research Centre opens in Cambridge Bay, NU, in 2017 — the latest opening date announced during the Prime Minister’s Arctic tour in August —…

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