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Cory's Into The Arctic: The Last Chapter expedition field journals were published as a series in Canadian North airline's Up Here Magazine beginning in November 2015. Here is part 6. Published in the April 2016 issue. HISTORY ABOUNDS Crossing Paths with A.Y. Jackson and John Franklin by Cory Trépanier Randy steers...

ON THE WATER: Cory’s 2015 expedition kicks off by canoe. Thomsen River, Aulavik National Park: most northerly canoe route. Produced for Parks Canada's YouTube Channel as part 1 of 2 part in a short series called "Artist Cory Trépanier’s Journey to Aulavik National...

Caledon artist Cory Trepanier finishes off decade long 'Into the Arctic' expedition By Danielle Marr For Cory Trepanier, ‘true north strong and free’ is a statement that he has lived and breathed for the past decade, planning and executing journeys to the...

It’s the morning of Aug 18th. Seven weeks of criss-crossing the Canadian Arctic finds me camped on the shore of Radstock Bay, Devon Island. Beside me is the stoic Caswell Tower, reminding me of Devils Tower in the film Close...