Join SOI’s 15th Anniversary Arctic Expedition July 27 – August 10, 2015 click here for more information
The Students on Ice Antarctic Expedition is taking place December 25th, 2014 to January 8th, 2015. To learn more and follow the expedition through photos, videos and student journals visit the expedition website and follow journey updates on Facebook and Twitter.
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Saturday, April 18 6 pm to 10 pm
Canadian Museum of Nature
240 McLeod St., Ottawa
Enjoy cultural performances, a short film, and live kayak-building. Arctic-inspired food and drink will be served.
A highlight will be a passionate panel discussion by Arctic explorers on the role of expeditions in our understanding of the rapidly changing North. Panelists include:
In addition, explore two floors of world-class exhibits and catch the Arctic Voices exhibition before it leaves on a North American tour.
$30 plus tax (food and one Arctic-inspired cocktail included). Cash bar.
Purchase your online ticket here!
Canada has the longest coastline of any country on the planet, a whopping 15% percent of the entire world’s coast. Healthy oceans are vital to our communities, our health, and our economy. And while the ocean isn’t visible from our nation’s capital,
Join us Saturday March 21 at the Chelsea United Church for an evening of readings, stories and songs with author, geographer, polar historian James Raffan and award-winning musician Ian Tamblyn. In this not to be missed event, James Raffan will share some stories and images
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Antarctic expedition compels Etobicoke teen to effect change ‘It changed my whole outlook on life’: Robert Adragna, 16 by Tamara Shephard Etobicoke Guardian Robert Adragna left Antarctica gripped by a passion to protect the world’s southernmost continent’s ecosystem for future
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Hello Students, Parents, & Educators! Our 2015 Arctic Scholarship applications have officially launched! The deadline is approaching – March 15, 2015 at 5pm EST - so apply now! There are many opportunities to apply for a variety of scholarships that will bring students
Students on Ice seeks an experienced individual to manage its new Inuit Relations Program. Since its inception in 2000, SOI has developed strong ties to Canada’s North and its communities. Annually about 40 per cent of participants are Inuit, First
Dalhousie students and SOI alumni Jasveen Brar and Patrick Soprovich were recently interviewed by the Dalhousie Gazette on their expedition experience. Here is what they had to say… Dalhousie Gazette By: Eleanor Davidson January 30, 2015 It is fairly rare for