This major canoe expedition will take six adventurers in the heart of Quebec and Labrador’s great northern wildlife. This group — brought together by Nicolas Roulx, a secondary school geography teacher and Geography Master Applicant — will travel 1,500 km in 3 months to connect George River, Ungava Bay, Mount Iberville and the steep coasts of Labrador Sea. At the heart of this journey lie the Torngat Mountains’ fjords. The expedition’s mission is to discover and share beauty. The objectives are to raise public awareness regarding the importance of preserving these exceptional regions, transmit our knowledge to promote the benefits of the outdoors, inspire personal achievement and increase scientific knowledge of this vulnerable region. The team will demonstrate that this expedition project is aligned with the RCGS’s mission and core values.
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