Churchill Northern Studies Centre
Churchill Northern Studies Centre

Founding Year: 1976

Staff: 10

Budget: $1.8m (2019)

Elijah Zimmerman (Executive Director)

A non-profit organization dedicated to researching subarctic environmental issues. Its researchers work on a variety of topics, including polar bears, beluga whales, winter migration, and Hudson Bay ecology. It provides a location to conduct subarctic research with a variety of accommodations and equipment rentals, as well as logistical support. In addition, the center facilitates a variety of learning programs, including university credit courses, volunteering, and non-credit vacations



Churchill Northern Studies Centre contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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