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dc.contributor.authorEwins, Madeleine
dc.description.abstractThe new Churchill Northern Studies Centre building was officially opened in August 2011. Its inaugural conference celebrated the thirty-year research legacy of Professor Bob Jefferies. Explore his, his students’ and colleagues’ research at Wapusk National Park and the Churchill area in the Robert Lenthall Jefferies Researcher Spotlight collection in Yorkspace. Since many delegates were returning to Churc hill for the first time since they had done their field research here, they took the time to be tourists. Here we see the polar bear statue with the Manitoba Seaport sign, and the railway line with the grain elevator in the back ground. York University Professors Dawn Bazely (Biology) and Steve Alsop (Education) brought the Churchill Community of Knowledge Digital Archive back to Churchill in October 2019, including to the Duke of Marlborough School. Grade 5-9 students helped to describe this image and to create its Metadata. Their keywords were: port, train, polar bear, the flats and grain.en_US
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dc.subjectHudson Bayen_US
dc.subjectGrain Elevatoren_US
dc.subjectResearch Subject Categories::INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AREASen_US
dc.titleThe Arctic Seaport of Churchill, Manitoba on Hudson Bayen_US

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