In this webinar series, Annie Van Dinther interviews Expedition Leaders from around the world to discover the heart of the places they love and call home. Her quest is to take you on a journey with our guides, via stories and photographs, that leaves you feeling like you’ve been there. In this episode, join Expedition Leader Corbin Hawkins who shares how the small subarctic community of Churchill, Manitoba, has become central to his life. Churchill residents, who live in a remote village surrounded by more polar bears than people, facing winter temperatures of 50 below zero and no road connection to the outside world, are not your average folks. Corbin introduces us to several of these intrepid Churchill locals and to the wild tundra landscape on Hudson Bay that they call home.
Originally presented August 20, 2020
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