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Maskwa Nanook

Frank Wolf, Shawn Campbell

Maskwa Nanook expedition team member. (Photo: Courtesy Maskwa Nanook)

The Maskwa Nanook Expedition is a 1600 km wilderness canoe journey beginning in the Cree community of Lac La Ronge, SK and finish in the Inuit community of Arviat, NU on the western Shore of Hudson Bay. Starting in July 2016, the team will embark on a 40-day expedition traveling  a difficult and unique route through the wildest, most remote regions of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Nunavut. Maskwa Nanook will produce written features, a public talk, and film about the journey that will intimately showcase this remote landscape to Canadians and the world.

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