Hoskin SmartICE PermafrostNet
Hoskin Scientific SmartICE Sea Ice Monitoring & Information Inc PermafrostNet
For over 70 years Hoskin Scientific has provided expert consultative support to find the right product to fit your application needs. SmartICE is an award-winning technological innovation for the North. We are the world's first climate change adaptation tool to integrate traditional knowledge of sea ice with advanced data acquisition and remote monitoring technology.  Our system combines these approaches to provide invaluable, data-driven insights into sea-ice thickness and local ice conditions, in near real-time. We embrace a social enterprise business model that aims to expand opportunities for economic and social development in northern markets while preserving local cultures and lifestyles. The NSERC Permafrost Partnership Network for Canada unites researchers from 11 universities, with partners in government agencies, industry and Indigenous communities.  Working to understand the interactions between climate, permafrost and infrastructure, the researchers engage knowledge holders across complementary domains, while also connecting small-scale findings from field sites with national-scale prediction.
Amundsen Royal Society INQ
Amundsen Science Royal Society Publishing Institut nordique du Québec
Amundsen Science is the not-for-profit corporation responsible for the management of the scientific mandate of the research icebreaker CCGS Amundsen. Amundsen Science maintains the ship's pool of scientific equipment, coordinates the deployment of the icebreaker for science in collaboration with the Canadian Coast Guard, and provides technical support at sea to user programs. The Royal Society is the independent scientific academy of the UK, dedicated to promoting excellence in science. Our journals publish a range of content across the natural sciences. We offer high quality peer review; open access and open peer review options; promotion by a dedicated press office; and broad dissemination to an international audience. The INQ's vision reflects its partners' desire and determination to develop a sustainable North based on a foundation of knowledge. To integrate scientific knowledge with that of local communities, including Aboriginal knowledge, and partner with the public and private sectors to develop the Canadian Arctic and Northern Quebec for future generations, providing clean energy, healthy ecosystems, viable infrastructures, economic prosperity, vibrant cultures, and adapted education and healthcare systems.
Ocean Networks Canada FedNav Blue System
Ocean Networks Canada Fednav Limited Blue System Integration Ltd
Ocean Networks Canada monitors the west and east coasts of Canada and the Arctic to continuously gather data in real-time for scientific research that helps communities, governments and industry make informed decisions about our future. Fednav has been a pioneering presence in Canada's Arctic for over 60 years, and now transports more than seven million tonnes annually from remote Northern mines. Its Arctic Operations, Projects, and Ice Services is responsible for managing Fednav's mining and resupply transportation activities in the Arctic and for providing support to enhance the safety and efficiency of navigation in ice. Additionally, it produces sea ice assessments and marine accessibility studies for current and projected shipping operations in ice-covered waters. Blue System Integration (BSI) specializes in custom measurement & data acquisition systems supporting industrial and academic customers around the world. Starting with a line of rugged ice-penetrating radar systems, BSI also focuses on reliable, innovative sensing applications in support of research institutions that carry studies of the cryosphere.
Arctic Institute of North America Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies Arctic Science
Arctic Institute of North America Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies Arctic Science
The Arctic Institute of North America, at the University of Calgary, is mandated to advance the study of the circumpolar Arctic through the natural and social sciences, arts and humanities. AINA publishes the interdisciplinary journal Arctic, manages the Arctic Science and Technology Information System and operates Kluane Lake Research Station. The Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS) plays a leadership role in promoting a diverse and comprehensive understanding of the North through the facilitation of collaborative research, knowledge mobilization and education, most notably through our awards program. Arctic Science is an open-access peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research from all areas of natural science and applied science and engineering related to northern polar regions. This includes the traditional knowledge and observations of the Indigenous peoples of the region, as well as cutting-edge developments in biological, chemical, physical and engineering science in all northern environments. Reports on interdisciplinary research are encouraged.
Trailmark Systems Inc. Canadian Space Agency / Agence spatiale canadienne Eeyou Marine Region
Trailmark Systems Inc. Canadian Space Agency / Agence spatiale canadienne Eeyou Marine Region
At Trailmark we specialize in answering the questions you want answered, and communicating the results in ways all your audiences will understand. Our approach is trans-disciplinary from the ground up - we are a team of anthropologists, geographers, ecologists, planners, communications specialists and software developers dedicated to integrating multiple ways of knowing. In all our work we strive to partner and help build capacity because we understand communities can and should control their own knowledge. Established in 1989, the Canadian Space Agency promotes the peaceful use and development of space In February 2012, the Eeyou Marine Region Land Claims Agreement (EMRLCA) came into force. Under this agreement, the following three entities are responsible for various aspects of its implementation: Eeyou Marine Region Wildlife Board (EMRWB), Eeyou Marine Region Planning Commission (EMRPC), and Eeyou Marine Region Impact Review Board (EMRIRB).
MEOPAR IRC Coastal Zone Canada Association
MEOPAR Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Coastal Zone Canada Association
The Marine Environmental Observation, Prediction and Response Network (MEOPAR) is a national Network of Centres of Excellence, connecting top marine researchers across the country with highly-qualified personnel, partners and communities. MEOPAR aims to fund leading-edge research, train the next generation of marine professionals and link research results to real-world solutions. The Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR) located in the most northwestern part of Canada is home to many inspiring and bright young minds. Youth (ages 15-30), whether through Science, Innovation, or the Arts, are making sure that their voices are being heard. Bringing a unique perspective, they're an essential part of combating many problems and social barriers within the ISR. Coastal Zone Canada Association is a nationally incorporated non-profit society of coastal zone management professionals committed to promoting Integrated Coastal Zone Management practices in Canada and abroad. The CZCA was incorporated in 1993 with the objective of sponsoring Coastal Management conferences and promoting improvements in Integrated Coastal Zone Management practices.
Christine Koch Studio
Christine Koch Studio
Original visual art inspired by and interpreting the North.