One Ocean Expeditions collaborates with RPAN and Olympian Jill officer to host a community curling event in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Innovative university program enables students to travel to the Canadian Arctic with OOE to learn about geography, wildlife and glaciology.
Last summer we were lucky enough to interview Piita Irniq, a well-respected Inuit elder, prominent spokesperson and the second commissioner of Nunavut.
We caught up with Olympian, Jill Officer, to chat about Scotties, her upcoming Arctic voyage and a campaign to bring curling to communities in the North.
One Ocean Expeditions has partnered with curling tournament ‘Scotties Tournament of Hearts’ and spectators will have a chance to win a trip to the Arctic.
As the winter solstice approaches, we can learn alot from the communities in the Arctic that live in 24 hours of darkness at this time of year.
Since its establishment in 2007, One Ocean Expeditions (OOE) has been contributing to programs in Arctic communities aligned with the company’s core values of education, exploration, science, socioeconomic development, and sustainable tourism.
In celebration of Nunavut Day, we want to share with you some of the initiatives One Ocean Expeditions is currently working on in the Arctic. Our aim is to connect the far North with the South of Canada and the rest of the world, through community engagement, leadership support and art.
In celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day, we are celebrating some of the communities we visit and sharing what you can expect on our voyages in the Canadian Arctic