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Treaty 9 doubts #OnTheIceRoad

Moosonee ain’t going anywhere, but we sure as heck are going somewhere.

This morning I learned of a historic anomaly. As Emile Sutherland points to a photo on his wall in Fort Albany, he says the man in the back row is his father, David Sutherland. 79 more words

Thin ice road poses danger for Wollaston Lake, Sask. residents

Residents of Wollaston Lake, Sask. are traversing the only ice road into their community at their own risk. The company that builds the road, Hatchet Lake Development Limited Partnership, says the minimum thickness is only nine inches, which is too thin to hold the weight of large transport trucks and other equipment. 252 more words

News

Have you heard about the ice roads?/ Ja siis sadas lund...

It was only a while ago when I was missing the snow.

Well, now it has snowed and it’s still snowing.

It’s funny to think that snow is actually water in a different form. 101 more words

Nature

Greenland – a gigantic ice sheet with a fringe of green

Our visit to Greenland was similar to Bolivia and the Falkland Islands in that it wasn’t our main reason for taking the trip (in this case to the Canadian High Arctic… 1,558 more words

Travel

Bethel, AK.

I have been slacking at posting in these last few Alaskan weeks as this part of my trip comes to a close. I am attempting to string some words together summarizing my time here, but I don’t think I’ll be able to fully until I’m onto the next place – Ecuador. 132 more words

Travel

Snap Lake Sunrise

 

After a long slow journey across the ice, seeing the Snap Lake Mine across the lake is a welcome sight. The frigid air is so clear and free from pollutants, you can see across miles of territory. 28 more words

Photography