TALLURUTIUP TARIUNGA - Lancaster Sound
Canada’s Lancaster Sound, called Tallurutiup Tariunga in Inuktitut, is one of the Arctic Ocean’s richest marine habitats—an area of stunning natural beauty and deep cultural significance for Inuit who live there. Located at the eastern entrance to the Northwest Passage, the sound’s abundant sea life has sustained Inuit communities for centuries. Through poetry set to spectacular landscapes, this video shows why this region deserves protection, reflecting its myth and magic while not losing sight of the people who call it home.
WINNIPEG ART GALLERY - Our Land Exhibition
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is home to the largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art anywhere.
“Our Land” or Nunavut in Inuktitut, showcases the great beauty of the Canadian Arctic through artworks drawn from the outstanding collection of over 7500 pieces.
NUNATSIAVUT GOVERNMENT - Muskrat Falls
New scientific findings show that Muskrat Falls will significantly increase Inuit exposure to methyl-mercury. The Muskrat Falls hydro dam will increase methyl-mercury levels flowing into Lake Melville that will contaminate the food that thousands of Labrador Inuit rely on, and threaten Inuit rights as well as our human rights to culture, health, and livelihoods.
Breaking Ice: The Arctic Uncovered Official Trailer
Change starts at the top.
In this feature-length documentary, a team of scientists venture through the Far North to uncover what a changing climate means at the top of the world—out in 2017.
Read more here: www.thebreakingicefilm.com
Coast-to-Coast-to-Coast: 150-day time-lapse
A timelapse that connects all of Canada’s coastline in one video to show the importance of protecting Canada’s vast and incredible coastline.
Canada C3 is an initiative of the Students on Ice Foundation . The mission of Canada C3 is to connect Canadians from coast to coast and inspire a deeper understanding of the land, the peoples, and the past, present, and future of the country.