IGS’19 – Sea Ice at the Interface

IGS co-hosts a sea ice symposium every 5 years. The Centre for Earth Observation (University of Manitoba) is excited to be hosting the first to be held in Canada.



Churchill Excursion

For the adventurous, a post-symposium 4-day excursion to Churchill, Manitoba, will be available for a maximum of 20–30 people, on a first come basis (additional cost). Located on the shore of the sub-Arctic Hudson Bay, Churchill is a world-class tourist destination for viewing polar bears, beluga whales, and the Aurora Borealis. This trip will include a visit to the Town of Churchill, the new Churchill Marine Observatory research facility, the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, and a beluga tour at the mouth of the Churchill River, and a day on the tundra in the famous Tundra Buggies.

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Summer's in Churchill - Credit: Frontier's North

Excursion Contact:

Amanda Vandewoestyne

Frontiers North



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