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Churchill Photo of the Week – Who’s Watching Who?

The Tundra Lodge continues to provide marvelous polar bear action these days as we approach the heart of polar bear season in Churchill. This fantastic image was taken by Camp Manager Jason Luoma. Quite the perspective on polar bear watching for...

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Train Arrives in Churchill After 17 Months

The people of Churchill have not heard the whistle of a train for 17 months...until Wednesday. The first train to reach Churchill in nearly a year and a half pulled into the station to the joyous yells and screams of townspeople running to greet the engines. This...

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Churchill Tundra Lodge – Polar Bear Images

      Natural Habitat Adventures and Great White Bear Tours operate one of the most incredible wildlife viewing spots on Earth. Tundra Lodge camp Manager Jason Luoma, who by the way, manages Natural Habitat's Greenland Base Camp as well, took these photos over the...

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Churchill News

“Immediate” Repairs to begin as Hudson Bay Line Sold

  The new owners of the Hudson Bay Rail line are set to initiate immediate track repairs according to the Canadian government on Friday. The announcement came following a deal in place for purchase of port and railway by a consortium of buyers. The agreement will open...

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Hudson Bay Railroad Set for Repairs – Needs Money

If money becomes available, Hudson Bay Railway could begin repairing the damaged tracks between Churchill and Gillam as early as September according to HBR President Sergio Sabatini. He confirmed with the Canadian Transportation Agency on August first that HBR has...

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Churchill Loses a Legend

Whether you liked or disliked Brian Ladoon, the man was a legend and all around character in the sub - Arctic village of Churchill, Manitoba. His viking persona evoked a movie star aura whenever he was spotted around town or out at mile five where he kept his rare...

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Conservation

 

Canadian Government Will Protect Caribou Herd

  The Canadian government will be implementing a protection plan for the threatened boreal or woodland caribou herd in the north. The decision comes three months after the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPWS) filed a judicial review application in Federal...

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Churchill Sea Walls Murals Top Choices

Churchill received a makeover recently and the murals that now adorn some formerly vacant walls are nothing less than breathtaking. Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans is the official sponsor and organizer for these magnificent art works. The foundation seeks to convey...

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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...

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From the Field

 

Churchill Photo of the Week – Who’s Watching Who?

The Tundra Lodge continues to provide marvelous polar bear action these days as we approach the heart of polar bear season in Churchill. This fantastic image was taken by Camp Manager Jason Luoma. Quite the perspective on polar bear watching for...

read more

Train Arrives in Churchill After 17 Months

The people of Churchill have not heard the whistle of a train for 17 months...until Wednesday. The first train to reach Churchill in nearly a year and a half pulled into the station to the joyous yells and screams of townspeople running to greet the engines. This...

read more

Churchill Tundra Lodge – Polar Bear Images

      Natural Habitat Adventures and Great White Bear Tours operate one of the most incredible wildlife viewing spots on Earth. Tundra Lodge camp Manager Jason Luoma, who by the way, manages Natural Habitat's Greenland Base Camp as well, took these photos over the...

read more
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