Sirmilik National Park

Sirmilik National Park

Join us on a visual journey in and around Sirmilik National Park. We will see some of the many diverse birds, stunning landscapes, and vibrant communities in the area. Located at the northwest end of Baffin Island, Sirmilik also borders the ecologically important...
Open Channels Art Exhibition

Open Channels Art Exhibition

Open Channels presents the works of visual artists who took part in the Canada C3 sailing expedition organized for the 150th anniversary of Confederation, in 2017.  Aboard the MV Polar Prince, they drew inspiration from Canada’s ever-evolving environmental, social and...
Indigenous Knowledge and Conservation

Indigenous Knowledge and Conservation

Explore the cross section of Indigenous knowledge and conservation through the lenses of Victoria Buschman, Iñupiaq Inuit wildlife and conservation biologist from Utqiaġvik, Alaska and Martina Fjällberg, reindeer herding sami from Njaarke herding district in the...
Mentorship Program

Mentorship Program

Regardless of age, having a mentor can change the way we perceive and act in the world. Mentoring increases confidence and can reduce anxiety associated with taking big steps in life. Read more about SOI’s mentorship program here and if you’re an alum, consider...
Global Impacts of a Changing Arctic

Global Impacts of a Changing Arctic

The Arctic is warming faster than anywhere else on the planet. Dr. Brendan Kelly discusses what this means and the importance of scientists, Indigenous Peoples and youth in this changing environment. Tune in to join the discussion with host and SOI alum Julia...
Connecting with Nature through Parks

Connecting with Nature through Parks

We are a part of nature and nature is a part of us. Gary Baikie, Superintendent of the Torngat Mountains National Park and SOI alum Nicholas Flowers discuss the importance of connecting to nature and to the land for our social, physical and mental wellbeing. This...