Eskimo podcasts and episodes
A new approach to providing invaluable, data-driven insights into sea-ice thickness and local ice conditions in the Canadian Arctic is ...
Arctic Adaptation-As the Climate Changes Is It All Bad? An Interview With Dr. Isla Myers-Smith 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Climate change is affecting the Canadian Arctic at a much faster rate than other parts of the planet. However the ...
Kevin Koe has achieved curling greatness on the Canadian and world stage. With four Canadian Championships, two World Championships, and ...
Reclaiming Inuit Identity in the Aftermath of Colonialism Through Artistic Expression-Avianna Mackenzie 1 year ago
Realistic and diverse representations of Inuit women and their relationships to their bodies is something that Canadian, Iqualuit, Nunavut-based artist ...
Diving Into The Arctic - Jill Heinerth discusses the shrinking ice coverage in the Arctic 1 year, 2 months ago
Jill Heinerth is an award winning, world renowned Canadian diver, cave diver, author and filmmaker. Her achievements include making TV ...
COVID-Distancing On The Land In The Arctic 1 year, 2 months ago
Melissa and Daniel Rogers live in Inuvik, Northwest Territories in the Canadian Arctic. Melissa is of Gwich'in and Inuvialuit decent ...
Tradition Worth Saving, A Future To Prepare For - Iqaluktuuttiaq creates traditional healing programs, modern infrastructure and prepares for COVID-19 1 year, 3 months ago
The small Canadian Arctic hamlet of Iqaluktuuttiaq (Cambridge Bay) is located on Victoria Island, and lies on the Northwest Passage ...
A Legacy of Leadership-Facing the Challenge of Leading a Municipal Government in Nunavut 1 year, 6 months ago
Uqi Chuck Pizzo-Lyall is the recently elected Mayor of Taloyoak (formerly Spence Bay) Nunavut, Canada. One of a new breed ...
Happening to Us - Tuktoyaktuk Youth Filmmakers Heading to United Nations! 1 year, 8 months ago
Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories is a community high in the Canadian Arctic, situated on the shores of the Beaufort Sea. Five ...
The Mad Trapper of Rat River - An Amazing Unsolved Arctic Mystery. 2 years, 3 months ago
An unknown man showed up in Fort McPherson, Northwest Territories, Canada, in 1931, He said very little, only that his ...
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