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Churchill Murals Come at Right Time

Churchill has been through some tough times lately. Floods resulting from two huge March blizzards have eroded nearly 20 sections of train track from Gillam to Churchill. Eighteen artists from around the world have journeyed to Churchill for the ocean conservation... read more

Aurora Borealis Video Mesmerizes

This fantastic northern lights video footage is one of the best we have seen in a long time. Getting excited for northern lights visible in Churchill even in August. If you really want to see the surreal show however, come to Churchill for prime northern lights season... read more

Snowy Owl Release From CSNC

Here’s some really cool footage from the Churchill Northern Studies Center and today’s Snowy Owl release into the wild. Churchill’s snowy owl population seems to fluctuate from year to year so seeing this one getting back into the wild is awesome.... read more
Churchill News

Churchill Murals Come at Right Time

Churchill has been through some tough times lately. Floods resulting from two huge March blizzards have eroded nearly 20 sections of train track from Gillam to Churchill. Eighteen artists from around the world have journeyed to Churchill for the ocean conservation... read more

Omnitrax Can’t Fix Rail Line Alone

Omnitrax does not have the resources to repair the Hudson Bay Railway and is urging the Canadian Government to get involved to help get the trains running again according to Merv Tweed, President of the company’s Canada management team. “We’ve said... read more

Snowy Owl Release at Churchill Northern Studies Center

  This gorgeous snowy owl will be released into the Churchill wild on Wednesday June 21, 2017  near the CNSC, in partnership with The Owl Foundation. Anyone interested in observing the release is requested to meet at the CNSC at 12:30 PM and take a short drive to... read more
Conservation

 

Seed Vault Needs Repairs After Leaks

Norway will make critical improvements to the Global Seed Vault located on Svalbard Island in the  Arctic. Melting permafrost in an unusual Arctic summer caused water to enter the front section of the vault. No stored seeds were damaged though safeguards will be taken... read more
From the Field

 

Snowy Owl Release at Churchill Northern Studies Center

  This gorgeous snowy owl will be released into the Churchill wild on Wednesday June 21, 2017  near the CNSC, in partnership with The Owl Foundation. Anyone interested in observing the release is requested to meet at the CNSC at 12:30 PM and take a short drive to... read more
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