Join the Students on Ice Foundation at the Available Light Film Festival for the FREE Northern Canada premiere screening of the documentary Canada C3: Coast to Coast to Coast! The documentary will be followed by a panel and Q&A.
This event will be a great opportunity to learn about C3 and to grab your own Canada C3 coffee table book and t-shirts. There will also be an opportunity to learn how youth aged 14 – 24 can apply for the upcoming Students on Ice Arctic 2019 expedition happening this summer!
In 2017, Canada C3—a signature project of Canada 150—connected Canadians from coast to coast in a 150-day ship expedition travelling 25,000 kilometres from Toronto to Victoria. Propelled by four central themes, including Reconciliation, the Environment, Diversity and Inclusion, and Youth Engagement, this once-in-a-lifetime journey served to better connect and deepen understanding amongst a diverse group of over 400 participants and thousands of citizens living in over 75 coastal communities. Made up of breathtaking aerial footage that captures the country in a whole new light, this documentary weaves together Canada’s past, present and future in an inspirational tale of community, place and culture.
Date and Time: Sunday, February 10, 2019 from 10 – 11 AM
Location: The Yukon Arts Centre, 300 College Dr, Whitehorse, Yukon
For more information on this free event click HERE!
This screening is made possible thanks to the support of our sponsors Miche Genest and Hector MacKenzie.