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Can Geo Talks: Fall 2000

“Nunavut: A Virtual Tour”
by Denis St-Onge

Geographer Denis St-Onge presents a virtual tour of Nunavut in both English and French Geographer and former RCGS president Denis St-Onge travelled to Fredericton, Sackville, Moncton, Halifax, Edmundston, Trois-Rivières, Chicoutimi and Montréal in October and November to present a virtual tour of Nunavut in both English and French. An expert on Arctic landscapes, St-Onge took audiences to the glaciers and fiords of Baffin and Ellesmere islands and the lakes and tundra of the mainland Barrens, while touching on historic events, Inuit culture, the economy and the challenges facing the territory.

Can Geo Talks: Spring 2000

“Killer Whales”
by John Ford

Whale scientist and author Dr. John Ford used dramatic photography and underwater sound recordings in his Ottawa lecture, which described the fascinating natural history and social lives of West Coast orcas. Director of Marine Mammal Research at the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, Ford has studied killer whales off the B.C. coast and around the world for more than 20 years.

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