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How the Quest was found

Episode 86

World-renowned shipwreck hunter David Mearns and lead researcher for the RCGS Shackleton-Quest Expedition Antoine Normandin take us behind the scenes of the search for Quest

  • 53 minutes

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Laval St. Germain: Mountains, oceans and the Arctic

Episode 78

The RCGS Fellow and extreme adventurer talks about his epic journeys across the globe from the middle of the Atlantic Ocean to the top of Mount Everest

  • 59 minutes

People & Culture

Passing the Mic, Part 3 — The students of Netsilik School, Taloyoak, Nunavut

Episode 77

Inuit youth from Canada’s most northerly community share their stories using their own voices and words

  • 18 minutes

People & Culture

Passing the Mic, Part 1 — Nunavut’s viral TikTok Mayor Lenny Aqigiaq Panigayak

Episode 75

In the first of three episodes from Taloyoak, podcast host David McGuffin speaks with Mayor Lenny Panigayak, who shares stories about embracing traditional Inuit life, his social media platform, being out on the land and more

  • 21 minutes

People & Culture

Jeannie Ehaloak: An Inuit survivor of Residential Schools

Episode 67

The former Mayor of Cambridge Bay and Canadian politician speaks about her experience being taken away from her home at four years old and the impact of Residential Schools on the Inuit

  • 23 minutes

Exploration

Adam Shoalts on his epic canoe journey from Lake Erie to the Arctic

Episode 65

The Westaway Explorer-in-Residence discusses his newest book Where the Falcon Flies: A 3,400 Kilometre Odyssey From My Doorstep to the Arctic and more!

  • 30 minutes

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People & Culture

Kimberly Murray – Honour and justice for the missing children

Episode 48

As Canada’s first Independent Special Interlocutor for Missing Children, Unmarked Graves and Burial Sites associated with former Residential Schools, Kimberly Murray discusses her new role and how she endeavours to support communities searching for their missing children and seeking justice for the children, families and communities

  • 47 minutes

People & Culture

Training Lunar Explorers in Labrador

Episode 42

As NASA and the world’s space agencies prepare to return to the moon, geologist Dr. Gordon “Oz” Osinski helps train potential lunar explorers in remote northern Labrador on what they could find there

  • 31 minutes

People & Culture

The Greatest Comeback – Remembering the ’72 Summit Series

Episode 47

Best-selling author and journalist, John U. Bacon discusses the 1972 Summit Series and how Team Canada radically changed the game

  • 37 minutes

People & Culture

The expulsion of Ugandan Asians and their new life in Canada – Senator Mobina Jaffer

Episode 46

Senator Mobina Jaffer discusses the lead-up to the expulsion, the difficulties and benefits of starting a new life in Canada and the important lessons to be learned by Canadians in how we treat refugees today

  • 42 minutes

People & Culture

Wally Schaber and the Last of the Wild Rivers

Episode 43

Canoeing legend Wally Schaber talks about his lifelong love of the Dumoine River, the last of the wild rivers in the Ottawa river watershed

  • 41 minutes