DR : Michelle Valberg

Explore the mysterious territory of Nunavut in Canada!

Destinations

Wednesday July 8 at 2 p.m., welcome to Nunavut!

Wednesday July 8 at 2 p.m., welcome to Nunavut in a roadless territory where you travel by boat or plane to get from one community to another.
In no more than 45 minutes Destination Canada trains you in one of the 10 provinces or 3 territories of Canada. In this webinar a global circuit but also anecdotes, advice, selection of authors, local artists or even sporting events not to be missed!
From Iqaluit to Cape Dorset via Pangnirtung or Auyuittuq Park and the famous Northwest Passage, you will discover a whole different world.
Register for free training on Nunavut by clicking here !

Do you want to review our training? One in particular? Don’t worry, replays from previous trainings are available:

By just clicking here you can see or review each of them. Besides, here’s a little taste:
Ontario: In addition to the classic Toronto, Ottawa and Niagara, we take you to the Thousand Islands, but also to Muskoka, to Georgian Bay and Manitoulin Island, and to the splendid Algonquin and Killarney parks to discover unsuspected treasures!
New Brunswick: Bilingual French-English province where our cousins ​​the Acadians live, we will take you to their shore whose waters are populated by lobster, but also to the Hopewell Rocks in the Bay of Fundy, in the river valley, in the Appalachian range or still in the Miramichi region, not forgetting the cities of Moncton, Saint John and Fredericton.
Nova Scotia: Discover Halifax and the wild island of Cape Breton, but also the Acadian coast, the Annapolis wine valley, the Kejimkujik Aboriginal park and the idyllic fishing villages.
Prince Edward Island: The gourmet island of Canada from its provincial capital, Charlottetown. Seafood and orchards coexist with the potato fields, Anne’s story… the house with green gables, but also bucolic lighthouse routes between dunes and red sand cliffs.
Alberta: On the border between the Prairies and the Rocky Mountains. We will hit the glacier walk after spending time on the dinosaur valley, the endless plains where ranches and cowboys abound, but also the vibrant cities of Calgary and Edmonton.
British Columbia : We will return to the Vancouver-Victoria-Whistler trio but will also explore the arid and fertile valley of the Thompson Okanagan, we will venture into the Rocky Mountains and Kootenay, then crisscross the beautiful Vancouver Island to meet its exceptional wildlife.
Quebec: Letting go in contact with spectacular spaces, creative culture and the generous welcome of the province of Quebec … always with this charming accent.
Yukon: We will venture into a magnificent and magnificent territory where wild nature is featured. A true paradise for outdoor enthusiasts!
No doubt, you will have your eyes full when you discover with us the high reliefs and the infinite tundra of the iconic Tombstone and Kluane parks, as well as the legendary era of the Gold Rush.
Manitoba: From Winnipeg with its Métis and Francophone heritage, to Churchill in a polar world through central Manitoba, its parks populated by a friendly fauna so suitable for outdoor adventures, your training will be enhanced with anecdotes, advice but also a selection of typical dishes or even sporting events not to be missed!
Newfoundland and Labrador: We make you discover the ‘rock’, this land with a harsh and captivating character, tinged with the history of the Vikings and explorers … From St John’s to Labrador City via the island of Fogo, Gros Morne and Twillingate, let catch you in his nets.
Saskatchewan: You will understand the quintessence of the plains between Regina and Saskatoon. You will discover the cathedrals of the Prairies but also the unusual places like Moose Jaw and Little Manitou, and the breathtaking parks of Cypress Hills, Grassland, Prince Albert and Lac La Ronge.

Register now for the last two webinars:

Date (Fixed schedule: 2:00 p.m.) Province or territory presented Registration link

Wednesday July 8 Nunavut register here

Wednesday, July 15 Northwest Territories register here

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