Join the Students on Ice Foundation for the launch of a new northern youth initiative

On Monday, April 8, federal MP for Pontiac Will Amos will announce support for Expedition to Community (E2C), a new program supporting youth initiatives in five Arctic communities. Led by the Students on Ice Foundation, funding for E2C is provided by Canada Service Corps and reflects the Government of Canada’s commitment to promote civic engagement and build capacity in the North.

Event Details

Monday, April 8, 2019
10am-11am
Natural Heritage Campus, Canadian Museum of Nature
1740 Pink Road, Gatineau

The event will include remarks by federal MP for Pontiac, Will Amos; Students on Ice Founder & President Geoff Green; E2C Program Lead Lynda Brown; special guests and alumni.

Light refreshments will be provided. 

Please RSVP by April 3 to media@studentsonice.com

About E2C

Expedition to Community (E2C) is an initiative led by the Students on Ice (SOI) Foundation, an internationally recognized organization that educates and inspires youth around the world through expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic. SOI’s expeditions and alumni program connect youth to the knowledge, resources and support to make a difference in their communities through cross-cultural learning in areas such as science, art, history, policy, and culture. E2C builds on SOI’s partnerships and development opportunities to foster youth leadership and community service in the North.

E2C is Funded by the Government of Canada under the Canada Service Corps program

Students on Ice is proudly supported by bv02.

This website was made possible by a generous contribution from the Leacross Foundation.