March 25, 2013
Winter Update: Beluga and Orca entrapments conincide with reduced salinity and record hydroelectric demands
Nov 30, 2012
Annual Newsletter Released
Nov 20, 2012
Holiday Fundraising DVD Promotion Announced
Oct 3, 2012
Community Based Monitoring video released
Sept 21, 2012
Educational Version of People of a Feather released!
June 30, 2012
Kakivak Association provides funding to bring the People of a Feather Educational Package to the Baffin Region of Nunavut!
April 20, 2012
Canadian Society of Ecology and Evolution provides funding to assist Inuit attending screenings in Toronto and Ottawa!
April 10, 2012
International Polar Year Canada funds Johnny, Simeonie and Lucassie coming to Montreal from Sanikiluaq for the Knowledge to Action conference!
Canadian Theatrical Release of People of a Feather begins!
Dec 15, 2011
Arctic Eider Society approved for registered charitable status and now accepting online donations.
Vancouver International Film Festival & Inuit Art Society bring Simeonie and Johnny to Vancouver!
May 5, 2011
People of a Feather premieres at the HotDocs International Film Festival, Simeonie Kavik and Johnny Kudluarok join the team in Toronto!
The Arctic Eider Society / Société Des Eiders de l'Arctique (AES~SEA; pronoucned 'icy', or SEA~AES; pronounced 'sea ice') is commited to sustaining the integrity of sea ice ecosystems. The society was created to further development of community-based research, monitoring and education programs in the Canadian Arctic. Working directly with Inuit, this supports the use and preservation of sea ice knowledge to study environmental change in Arctic ecosystems, providing meaningful employment that addresses local and global issues. Our interdisciplinary education and outreach initiatives combine Inuit, scientific and filmmaking approaches to document and broadly disseminate knowledge about sea ice ecosystems and environmental change in the Arctic.