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Post-Expedition Blogs

Post-Expedition Blogs

Stephanie Quon, August 20, 2019 Vancouver, BC, Canada Stephanie riding a Zodiac on expedition. (c) Natta Summerky/SOI Foundation It has been about two...

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SOI Arctic 2019: Day 16

SOI Arctic 2019: Day 16

Expedition participants, their families and supporters all gathered for our Welcome Back Celebration at the Canadian Museum of Nature. This event...

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SOI Arctic 2019: Day 15

SOI Arctic 2019: Day 15

Today we arrived at our final destination, the community of Qausuittuq (Resolute), Canada's second northernmost community located in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of...

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SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 14

SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 14

(c) Martin Lipman/SOI Foundation Today was our last day onboard our floating classroom, the MS Ocean Endeavour. After 14 incredible days exploring...

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SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 13

SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 13

The sedimentary cliffs of Devon Island seen from Maxwell Bay(c) Martin Lipman/SOI Foundation This morning when we landed in Maxwell Bay, just off the...

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SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 12

SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 12

The morning began with an outdoor briefing on the bow overlooking Dundas Harbour. Next came pod group meetings where one group even did a relaxing face...

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SOI Arctic 2019: Jesse’s Song

SOI Arctic 2019: Jesse’s Song

Guest post by James Raffan Jesse Byrne brought the house down with his song, written in Ian Tamblyn and George Woodhouse's songwriting workshop, and...

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SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 11

SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 11

(c) Kim Aubut Demers/SOI Foundation The morning began with a series of Isuma workshops where students were able to creatively express themselves and...

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SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 10

SOI Arctic Expedition: Day 10

The morning began with a series of workshops as well as a panel discussion on Tallurutiup Imanga, the newly announced National Marine Conservation Area!...

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