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Michelle Chaput 16h
Can't wait for DSJ's launch in December! Teachers, keep your eyes peeled for some mind-blowing material to share with you students from and
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WCS Canada 10h
It’s time to listen to the Inuit on climate change | Canadian Geographic
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John Geiger Nov 16
With three great women, Commissioner Margaret Thom of Northwest Territories, Lieutenant-Governor Lois Mitchell of Alberta and Baroness Scotland . At Government House, Edmonton.
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OneOceanExpeditions Nov 16
Today’s the day! set sail from Punta Arenas, Chile, heading towards Antarctica for inaugural voyage! Wishing her many years of safe travels as a proud member of the fleet.
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Energy Diet 10h
Surprise! Demain, nous ouvrons les inscriptions au Défi Régime énergétique en classe 2019 🎉 Êtes-vous prêts à relever le Défi?
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Energy Diet 10h
Surprise! Tomorrow we will be launching the registration for the new 2019 Classroom Energy Diet Challenge 🎉 You up to the Challenge?
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George Kourounis Nov 15
My home for the next 10 days, the brand new RCGS Resolute. Refitted by for expedition travel to remote areas. I can’t wait to get on board tomorrow.
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George Kourounis Nov 16
I’m on board the RCGS Resolute now and was immediately greeted by old friends. Next stop: Antarctica!
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George Kourounis 20h
Crossing the Drake Passage between South America and aboard the RCGS Resolute. We had 10+ meter waves that made for a very rough (and nauseating) crossing. I’m now in Antarctic waters!
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CIGI 13h
Inuit have much wisdom to share with the world about living sustainably, in harmony with nature—all while coping with the effects of , writes CIGI's Sheila Watt-Cloutier.
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Andrew Lovesey 10h
My new x business cards arrived and they are all so pretty that I can’t choose a favourite. Which one do you like most?
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Aaron Kylie 13h
Excellent piece by Fellow Shelia Watt-Cloutier... It’s time to listen to the Inuit on climate change
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Canadian Geographic 17h
Captured a great wildlife shot in your travels? Enter it in the 2018 Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year competition for a chance to win great prizes from , , the and of course, CanGeo! Enter now: 📷: Jake Zamora
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Canadian Geographic 17h
Are you excited for Canada's newest bank note? With gearing up to distribute the new vertical $10 bill, Canadians will soon be able to carry the story of civil rights activist Viola Desmond in their pockets.
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Canadian Geographic 17h
Have you ordered our Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada? You can find it on and !
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Canadian Geographic Nov 16
Almost sixty years ago, a little-known federal program began providing Canadian university students the chance to visit the Arctic for research. Today, the NSTP has assisted more than 12,000 students—nearly all of Canada's northern scientists.
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Canadian Geographic Nov 16
We're giving away two copies of this book over on our Facebook page; check it out and enter before 4 p.m. EST!
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Andrew Lovesey Nov 15
Honoured to have my photo selected to accompany a op-ed by Sheila Watt-Cloutier. A poignant reminder of how climate change is impacting the arctic, and why we should look to the Inuit for leadership. Photo taken while onboard .
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Canadian Geographic Nov 15
Because temperatures in the Arctic are rising faster than anywhere else in the world, we must look to the experiences of Inuit as a harbinger of what is to come — and seek their guidance on how to live sustainably, writes Sheila Watt-Cloutier.
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