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Can Geo Talks: Fall 2002

“A Year On Ice”
by Graeme Magor

Spend a year on a boat locked in ice in the Canadian High Arctic courtesy of Dr. Graeme Magor, veteran of more than a dozen Arctic expeditions. Through an illustrated presentation, sail Northanger across the North Atlantic and experience a long Arctic winter on ice in Hourglass Bay off Ellesmere Island.

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Join renowned naturalist/journalist Charlie Russell as he shares 40 years of studying grizzly, kermode and black bears.
Photo: Maureen Enns

“A Walk in the Wild”
by Charlie Russell

Join renowned naturalist/journalist Charlie Russell as he shares 40 years of studying grizzly, kermode and black bears. In pursuit of learning, he has travelled throughout British Columbia and Alberta as well as to Russia.

His unique perspective, personal stories and captivating slides will expand your understanding of these fascinating creatures.

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Can Geo Talks: Winter 2002

“Measuring Past Climatic Change from Ice Caps”
by Roy Koerner




Can Geo Talks: Spring 2002

“Space for Species”
by Marc Garneau

Marc Garneau, Canada’s first astronaut in space and President of the Canadian Space Agency, taught us how Canadian space technology is addressing environmental issues.

Learn more about this presentation or see our Species at Risk page.



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