The Art and Culture of Qajaqs

The Art and Culture of Qajaqs

Did you know the qajaq (kayak) is an Inuit invention? Listen to Maligiaq Padilla from Greenland and Robert Comeau from Nunavut discuss the art of qajaq building and paddling, its origins, unique design, and cultural significance across the North. Watch Presentation...
Inuit Guardians

Inuit Guardians

The Wrecks of HMS Erebus and HMS Terror National Historic Site is one of the most remote Parks Canada places in Canada. Learn how Inuit Guardians have used Inuit Knowledge and ingenuity to reach camps at both wreck sites each year since the program began in 2017. In...
Learn about our E2C communities

Learn about our E2C communities

Meet the E2C Team across Inuit Nunangat! We have three vibrant and unique communities that comprise our Expedition 2 Community Program.  Check out what they have been up to, and stay tuned over the fall and winter to find out how you can recreate some of their amazing...
Lemmings in a Changing Arctic

Lemmings in a Changing Arctic

As the Arctic warms two to three times faster than the rest of the planet, the increasingly rapid melt of ice and snow are having significant impacts on the behavior of wildlife. Similarly to polar bears living on top of the ice in winter, lemmings and voles living...
Interview with Isabella de la Houssaye

Interview with Isabella de la Houssaye

Isabella de la Houssaye is an endurance athlete, mountain climber, SOI alum, and certified yoga instructor who continues to inspire, all while battling lung cancer. In her interview with SOI Founder & President Geoff Green, she discusses mental health, living...
Jenny Baeseman on Careers in Polar Science

Jenny Baeseman on Careers in Polar Science

Have you ever considered working in Antarctica? Dr. Jenny Baeseman is an innovative, creative science and educational consultant (and SOI alum!), who joined us on The Bridge to discuss polar careers for young scientists! Interviewing her was Samantha McBeth,...