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Craving cruise travel? Great news!
09 Nov

Craving cruise travel? Great news!

Manulife Insurance will now provide coverage for any unforeseen COVID related medical emergency for cruise-based travel with their COVID 19 Pandemic Plan. This is a supplementary plan that can be purchased alone or in addition to any other plan, and also includes benefits for COVID related quarantine.
For more information, email Martine or call 1-800-387-1483.
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NEW TOUR: Copenhagen, Malmö & Stockholm
01 Nov

NEW TOUR: Copenhagen, Malmö & Stockholm

For several decades, the Nordic countries have been in the world vanguard of contemporary city-building initiatives. The three cities to be visited – Copenhagen, Malmö, and Stockholm – are the creative centres for the region. Each has excellent built examples of best urban practices.
Join internationally known urban planner Larry Beasley for this entertaining and stimulating tour featuring neighbourhood walks with his local associates, exclusive presentations, evening cultural activities, great meals, and lots of off-piste exploration with him and his partner, Sandy.

Tour Dates: September 14 - 24, 2022
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Flying today: What you need to know
28 Oct

Flying today: What you need to know

Quest Nature Tours' Director, Justin Peter recently had the exciting opportunity this month to travel to Zambia and Malawi to visit several natural reserves and parks scouting for new tour ideas. Although he had made four domestic flights since the pandemic began, this was to be his first international trip since he returned to Canada following our Peruvian Amazon Expedition on March 1, 2020. What did he learn about air travel today? Read on here.
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WEBINAR: No one owns Antarctica – Why does that matter?
12 Jan

WEBINAR: No one owns Antarctica – Why does that matter?

Antarctica is a continent of extraordinary politics. With no single sovereign state in charge, it is governed by the principles of the Antarctic Treaty signed by 12 countries in 1959 and later joined by another 42. Yet, seven of the original signatory states claim territory there and they treat their claims as part of their overall national territory, even though the Treaty does not recognize such claims nor deny them. Over six decades of international cooperation in the Antarctic has meant balancing issues of contested sovereignty, safeguarding security and environmental protection, and advancing scientific research in Antarctica for the benefit of all humankind. So what’s at stake to ensure this continues?

ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Anita Dey Nuttall is Polar Science and Policy Engagement Officer and is on the faculty of the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Alberta. Anita is a past chair and current member of the Canadian Committee for Antarctic Research. She teaches resource management and environmental policy and has interests in science policy issues, the history and contemporary nature of national Antarctic programs, geopolitics, and sovereignty in the circumpolar regions.

Wednesday, January 12 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Free to attend!

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