Travelling from Campbell River to Victoria, B.C. on Leg 15 was the perfect way to end our epic journey from coast to coast to coast...
The expedition in 2017 was just the beginning. The legacy of Canada C3 continues to grow and have positive impacts across the country. Retrace the historic 150-day journey by watching the newly released and inspiring documentary. The film weaves together touching stories from coast to coast to coast and features never before seen footage from the world's longest coastline.
An Epic Journey to Celebrate Canada and Connect Canadians
A Canada 150 Signature project, Canada C3 was a 150-day expedition from Toronto to Victoria via the Northwest Passage that took place from June 1 to Oct. 28, 2017. It inspired a deeper understanding of our land, our peoples and our country.
Check out this new initiative from the Students on Ice Foundation where you can navigate your virtual journey through diverse content shared every two weeks including a number of digital events, creative materials and engaging content.
In July, we released “River of Nations”, an inspiring song about the Canada C3 expedition. It was recorded on leg 2 of our voyage...
When leg 15 began, we knew that Vancouver would be a great opportunity to further explore our theme of diversity and inclusion. Our visit...
Listen to the Canada C3 Podcast!
Fill your ears with sounds and stories from our expedition as we travel from coast to coast to coast.
New Blogs from the Canada C3 Team
"When Canada C3 landed at beautiful and quiet Tod Inlet on the 149th day of the Canada 150 expedition, little did I know that the impact of that day would last for years!" Read David Gray's reflections in the following article.
June 1st, 2020 marks the 3rd anniversary of the launch of our historic Canada C3 expedition by sharing inspiring stories, projects and initiatives that our alumni have developed throughout this new normal of social distancing.
An interview and Q&A with Natan Obed, President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK).