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At the end of the day we visited Rigolet's museums - NetLoft and the Strathcona Museum, had a road hockey game with local youth and had the unique experience of watching Kenny clean a seal on shore. 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Restoring these cultural places will hopefully ultimately benefit both the intertidal ecosystem and the First Nations people who care for it. We also visited the Saturna Ecological Education Centre, where we participated in activities led by local students. The Saturna Island School's enrolment recently fell to below ten students, and the school district and community have worked to create an innovative offering to encourage off-island students to participate as well. The Saturna Ecological Education Centre (SEEC) is an experiential, place-based ecological learning centre where students stay on the island three nights per week, and learn hands-on ecological education. Our next stop was the Saturna Island Marine Research and Education Society, a non-profit organization that brings marine research and education to Saturna. We were touched by the stories we heard about endangered whale populations, as well as the effects of living in captivity on whales. Our last stop of the day was the spectacular Mount Warburton Pike, the second-highest summit in the Gulf Islands, and part of the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve. We were blown away by the incredible views. 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The early risers on the ship were greeted by a spectacular sunrise, and after breakfast, we gathered on the bow to admire the Smoking Hills, located near Cape Bathurst in the Northwest Territories. These hills get their name from their crude oil that has been burning for centuries and creates scattered smoke clouds. 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This community of about 5,000 residents is located near Nanaimo, on the Strait of Georgia. Nanoose Bay gets its name from a First Nations band related to the Nanaimo First Nations. We began the day at the Mount Arrowsmith biosphere reserve, where we were greeted warmly by the Snaw-Naw-As (Nanoose) First Nations, who explained the significance of the biosphere reserve to us. The biosphere reserve is located proximity to the Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve and situated in the Coastal Douglas-fir bio geoclimatic zone. Tourism, fishing and forestry are some of the main sources of income for the area\u2019s residents. The entire area also acts as a habitat for many avian species, including the endangered Vancouver Island Marmot and Vancouver Island White-tailed Ptarmigan. After our welcome meeting, part of our group headed to the Rathtrevor Provincial Park to try out wetland mapping and monitoring, and try their hand at geocaching with the Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Region (MABR) team. The MABR team has created the Amazing Places Project, which connects people with nature in Canada\u2019s UNESCO biosphere reserves. The second half of our group travelled to the Garden of Spiritual Healing, which is managed by Snaw-Naw-As First Nations. The garden aims to help preserve traditional knowledge of local native plant species, and also helps to promote food security, raises awareness of physical and mental health benefits associated with gardening, and fosters a sense of community. We then got together again at the the Qualicum Fish Hatchery, located within the traditional territories of Qualicum First Nation. The Hatchery operated by Fisheries and Oceans Canada is extremely important to Qualicum First Nation and employs many of their community members. The hatchery provides an important source of fish for the Nation, and also adds to regional research with elements sent to the Pacific Biological Station for sampling. Coho, Chinook, Chum available in the river. We finished the day at the Pacific Biological Station - DFO facility in Nanaimo, where we learned about the preliminary results for the Environmental DNA biodiversity project from our chief scientist Kristi Miller, and former participant and scientist Ben Sutherland! We then headed to the DFO labs to try our hand at fish dissection, identifying diseases in salmon, and how to organize samples without contaminating them. After our tour of the station, we headed back to the ship for a delicious chef dinner cooked by our guest chef Warren Barr, who hails from Tofino, B.C. and cooks with local ingredients, including delicious mussels and sea asparagus that we got to sample! Our time on leg 15 has been filled with special moments, and seems to be flying by. 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Dana is a member of the Prime Minister\u2019s Youth Council, and served as President of the UPEI Student Union. He is passionate about democratic engagement, promoting Francophonie, and improving support for victims of sexual assault. Chukita is from Tuktoyaktuk, NWT and is interested in exploring her identity as an Inuvialuit and the diverse ethnic backgrounds in her family\u2019s genes, which inspire her to learn more about the history and heritage of the Inuvialuit and settlers. We also heard from Mark Edwards, one of the scientists from this leg, also spoke of his research, which is terrestrial-based with an emphasis on large mammals inhabiting the natural and urban regions of Arctic and Nearctic landscapes. The show concluded with a performance by Devin Cuddy, our leg 12 musician, and Remy Rodden, leg 12 participant and talented singer-songwriter. We then had the opportunity to explore Nome, which included a meeting with Mayor Richard Beneville. Nomw has a population of over 3,000, and is home to three culturally distinct groups of Eskimo people (as Inuit are called in the USA). The Inupiaq reside on the Seward Peninsula as well as the King and Diomede Islands. The Central Yupik primarily reside in the villages south of Unalakleet. The Siberian Yupik live on St. Lawrence Island and are closely related culturally and linguistically to the Chukotka people of Russia. After some free time in the community, we returned to the ship, where we had dinner and then shared the highlights of our day during the C3 hour. 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During World War II, the American government arranged with Canada to ferry American-built aircraft from Montreal to Scotland. Due to congestion at Gander, NL, additional airfields were required. Aerial reconnaissance flights in 1941 identified potential sites at Fort Chimo, Que., Frobisher Bay, NU, Cumberland Sound, NU and later at Padloping Island. The American government was given permission to set up weather stations at three locations, known by their code names: Crystal I (Fort Chimo), Crystal II (Frobisher Bay) and Crystal III (Padloping Island). 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Inuvialuit from the communities of Paulatuk, Ulukhakotok and Sachs Harbour collaborated and together selected Darnley Bay\/Paulatuk as an MPA. The majority of the community\u2019s traditional food comes from Darnley Bay, and it is a critical habitat for species such as Arctic char, Arctic cod, beluga whales, polar bears, ringed seals, bearded seals, and many species of birds. Upon arrival, the Canada C3 team was greeted by Mayor Paul Rubens and community members. We also had the opportunity to visit local artists, who are known for their sculptures, prints, drawings, dance and music. We also visited the local Parks Canada centre, and had lunch with the Keepers of Darnley Bay, whom we will introduce to you shortly in another post. In the afternoon, we made our way to the Angik School, where students heard from our staff and participants, and also got to trace our journey by examining our giant floor maps! 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Before taking our zodiacs to shore, we had a morning briefing in the hangar, where our participants shared their desire to keep learning about Indigenous culture and traditions, and openly discussed the stigmas surrounding mental health issues in Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. We then made our way to the jaw-dropping Pearce Point Harbour, a site with spectacular rocky beaches and also a rich history \u2013 another DEW Line station can be found here, and the Canadian Arctic Expedition also came through this area. It was in this region they met Patsy Klinkinberg, an Inuit man who was promptly hired as a guide and interpreter for the expedition, and was in turn taught how to read and write. Today, an island in the Kitikmeot region has been named after Patsy. We made good use of our stand up paddle boards and kayaks, and our Youth Ambassador Abdul, who is originally from Syria, particularly enjoyed his first Arctic ocean swim (even though it may have been an accidental one). Their Excellencies Governor General David Johnston and Sharon Johnston also enjoyed kayaking in the sunshine, and paddled through a particularly special rock formation. We returned to the ship feeling invigorated by the wonderful sunshine, and had a delicious meal by our leg 11 chef Michele Genest, and our ship chefs, Paul and Mike. In the evening we had a special presentation from one of our leg 11 participants, Hovak Johnston, who has spearheaded a Tattoo Revitalization Project for Inuit women. 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Participants felt the power and spirituality of the Torngat Mountains National Park, meaning \u2018place of spirits\u2019, where the natural stone amphitheater of Ramah Bay played scene to the park's first ever concert. We stopped to appreciate the rich landscape and hidden archeological sites, before setting sail across the Hudson Strait to Iqaluit.","buttonViewMoreUrl":"https:\/\/canadac3.ca\/en\/expedition\/the-legs\/nain-to-iqaluit\/","highlights":[]},{"postID":1368,"featureId":"LEG_05","latitude":"","longitude":"","layerId":"Route_Legs","styleId":"Legs","order":5,"title":"St. John's to Nain","subTitle":"","date":"2017-07-11","end_date":"2017-07-22","thumbnailImage":"https:\/\/canadac3.ca\/wp-content\/uploads\/2017\/01\/L4_0720_GT_DRONE_Tuchialic_Bay_0006-370x130.jpeg","shortDescription":"","description":"We experienced the wonder of sailing through the Narrows into St. John\u2019s, the city of colourful stories unlike anywhere else in Canada. 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