Experience Churchill with a CNSC Learning Vacation:
Rethink the popular misconception that only the largest and hardiest of animals can withstand the brutal sub-arctic winter. Explore an amazing environment where grey jays lay their eggs at 40 degrees below zero and wood frogs freeze solid, only to thaw again with the coming of spring.
The Churchill River estuary is one of the summering grounds for the largest population of beluga whales in the Arctic. Nowhere else in the world can you get as up close and personal with this charming and highly vocal white whale.
Imagine living in a stone fort on the coast of Hudson Bay in the 1700s. Working side-by-side with Parks Canada archaeologists at Prince of Wales Fort Historic Site you will excavate, screen and document discoveries in the field.
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