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    July 2013 ISSN-ISBN 1918 5820
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Celebrating Canada's Arctic

This week of Canada Celebrates, we highlight the centennial of the Canadian Arctic Expedition (CAE) with Canada's national museums and institutions. Browse our special issue and discover videos, virtual exhibitions and digital collections of this famed voyage into the Canadian arctic.

The Canadian Arctic Expedition: Northern People, Northern Knowledge

A century ago, the Canadian Arctic Expedition set out on their historic journey to document the arctic regions of Canada. This week of "Canada Celebrates", we honour the crews of the CAE that worked through the vast, unknown and inhospitable terrains of our country's most northern places. Read more...

Expedition: Arctic — Embark on a journey through one of the most fascinating adventures in Canada's history

The Canadian Arctic Expedition of 1913-1918 was remarkable in many respects. It was, for example, the first scientific mission to the Canadian Arctic that had the participation of experts from various fields. Read more...

100 years of Arctic collections: Preserving the legacy of the Canadian Arctic Expedition

One hundred years ago a team of scientists ventured to the frozen far North to study the plants, animals, peoples and geography of the Arctic, under the direction of the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC). It was called the Canadian Arctic Expedition (CAE). Read more...

Focus on Arctic in Canada's Capital Region

On July 1st, Canada's biggest birthday party in the National Capital Region features the centennial of the First Canadian Arctic Expedition (CAE). Read more...

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