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Each year, l’Anse aux Meadows travels back in time to the year 1003 with the help of modern-day Viking interpreters.
Video by Patrick Wade. Newfoundland West and Labrador Field Unit.
A video showing artist Rosa Quintana Lillo enjoying the Gwaii Haanas artist residency program.
Take a step inside one of Canada's most remote national parks with a team of five Parks Canada staff as they travel through the rugged Baffin Island landscape on a 4 day trip up the Aktineq Glacier.
Sirmilik in Inuktitut means "Place of Glaciers". So in order to work in this environment and keep visitors safe, staff need solid travel skills.
The purpose of the trip was to complete a mountain travel course designed to review the latest mountain travel and avalanche risk assessment skills. Led by Banff, Yoho and Kootenay National Park Visitor Safety Specialist Lisa Paulson, Nunavut Field Unit staff members Andrew Maher, Tyler Harbidge, Mark Benson and Brian Koonoo from Pond Inlet and Iqaluit were on hand for the trip. Along the way, the team also gathered data on several glacier ablation monitoring plots.
The park usually has less than 100 southern visitors per year, but is travelled and used by local Inuit on a daily basis, in all seasons.
Ambitions to climb Mt. Mitima were thwarted by an intense storm that delivered 20-30 cm of snow to the region.
Ever hear about the national Snowmobilers Keeping Nature Beautiful Code? Let Stu tell you all about it in Gros Morne National Park!