Seaweeds are Superstars!

Seaweeds are Superstars!

Did you know that seaweed and other marine plants produce 70-80 per cent of the oxygen we breathe? Dr. Amanda Savoie, a research scientist at the Canadian Museum of Nature, explains why seaweed is critical to our planet! Learn more by watching this 2min video clip!...
An Alumni E-Book

An Alumni E-Book

This Alumni E-Book was created by 2020 SOI Alumni Council member, and Arctic 2018 alum, Aurora Eide! Filled with art and poetry, it features artwork from SOI alumni from the early 2000s up to the latest Arctic expedition in 2019. Explore Here! DISCOVER MORE Sewing...
Keeping the Inuit Way of Life Alive in a Changing World

Keeping the Inuit Way of Life Alive in a Changing World

“Inuit were born to be outside.” In this powerful and visually striking short film, Derrick Pottle, a traditional Inuit hunter, carver, and guide, talks about the Inuit way of life, how the world is changing, and the importance of continuing his culture’s traditions. ...
MySOI

MySOI

The SOI Alumni Program is about connections. Connecting to opportunities, resources, and each other. MySOI – our new online alumni portal – has all of this and more! Whether you’re looking for a mentor, searching for career opportunities, or curious about...
Climate Change Adaptation Videos

Climate Change Adaptation Videos

Climate change is a global problem with impacts that are felt at a local level. Recognizing that these impacts are particularly significant in the Canadian Arctic, Students on Ice has developed a series of videos related to Climate Change Adaptation. The videos have...