Churchill Northern Studies Centre


Churchill Northern Studies Centre is an independent, non-profit research station located along the coast of Hudson Bay. It offers nature study tours of the sub-arctic, ranging from polar bears to beluga whales, wildflowers to northern lights. Courses are led by qualified instructors and proceeds support research and education in the Canadian sub-arctic. The CNSC also hosts school and youth group visits, university credit courses and ecological research initiatives. Facility tours available. Admission charged. Tel. 204-675-2307 Fax: 204-675-2139 Website: E-mail: Location: Rocket Launch Road, 24 km/15 mi. east of Churchill.

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