I will cherish this moment in my career - Inuktitut on cbc news the national.
Psst! When you book a stay in Québec City between November 1 and December 15 at one of the participating accommodations, your second night is at 50%. 😉 #Quebeccite
Unlike big cities, the lights within our night skies are green, purple and pink, and when you hear someone say “the lights are out” - that’s a good thing!
In Ojibwe our word North America is Mishiikenh M’nising (pronounced Mi-shii-kenh M’ni-sing). Also translates to Turtle Island.
Get to know every silvery inch of Cape Breton Island in the winter through winding trails, rugged headlands, ice-covered waterfalls, and peaceful woods with these 7 snowshoe adventures!
#VisitCapeBreton #Unamaki #VisitCapeBreton
#OTDIH 1917: The Quebec bridge opened. It's a railway, road and pedestrian bridge that crosses over the lower Saint Lawrence River.🚂 🌉 It's total span is 549 m, making it the longest cantilever bridge span in the world! 😮
📸 CSTM Archives: Québec, Québec, Canada , 40158
Grizzly Bear mom and cubs fishing for Salmon in Toba Inlet
[Polar Bear on Thin Ice]🧊🐻 From December 4 to 19, this sculpture can be seen in front of 50 Ste-Catherine Street West (@MaisonDD) in the Quartier des spectacles (@QDS_MTL)
More info:👉 http://ow.ly/k55Q50LU5iC
#COP15 #ForNature #Biodiversity
On St. Catherine Street, "The Legend of the Bears" is an installation by Cree artist Jason Carter. 🐻
Learn more about the bears: https://xpmtl.com/en/schedule/legend-of-the-bears-2/
📷 XP_MTL #montreal #MTLmoments #art
RCGS Fellow @mcguffindavid & @CanGeoEdu Editor and Social Media Specialist @TanyaKirnishni are up in Cambridge Bay working on a pilot program that aims to teach local youth how to create a podcast so that they can tell their own stories & share perspectives from their communities
the sun no longer rises above the horizon these days here in Cambridge Bay, but it still tries ☀️