Satellite-based video conferencing technology is being utilized onboard OOE vessel RCGS Resolute for an educational broadcast to schools across Canada
The Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) campus has opened in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, providing researchers in the Arctic a world-class facility
A list of the species of Arctic animals that can be seen whilst on an Arctic cruise expedition with One Ocean Expeditions.
Welcome to the blog for the first ever University of Waterloo ‘Physical and Human Geography’ Arctic field school. In Summer 2019, we announced a three-year pilot project program focused on practical learning that introduces students from the University of Waterloo to notable geographic areas and communities in the Canadian Arctic allowing them to study on-site. As they…
Allie Schultz is a One Ocean Expedition staff member who has just recently finished her first voyage to the Canadian Arctic amongst many other special guests. We asked her a few questions about her experience with her first expedition on board the RCGS Resolute If you had to choose one word to describe your first…
For the third time in history, One Ocean Expeditions has contributed to the discovery of a long-lost vessel in collaboration with the Royal Canadian Geographical Society (RCGS).
Sarah Wong from the CWS conducts a survey with OOE on the types of Arctic bird species found in the Canadian Arctic, their prominence and distribution.
One Ocean Expeditions collaborates with RPAN and Olympian Jill officer to host a community curling event in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Guests on board our inaugural South Baffin voyage have pre-launch access to McMichael Canadian Art Collections’ digital art site, Iningat Ilagiit.