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Teacher's Guide for Cory Trépanier’s

Into The Arctic is a comprehensive teacher’s guide created in partnership with explorer, artist, filmmaker, and RCGS Fellow Cory Trépanier. Featuring seven learning modules focused on the geography of Canada’s North, this comprehensive teacher’s guide is developed from Trépanier’s Into the Arctic film trilogy, travels, and stunning paintings. Available for grades K-12, this resource package covers a range of subjects and topics,including Arctic exploration, Indigenous culture, visual art, climate change, wildlife, and more. Teachers can also use this resource to help students develop critical thinking, as well as planning and navigation skills through fieldwork activities and creative projects.

The Into the Arctic film series can be screened in its entirety or by subject matter/theme. Information is provided below to access the full-length films, as well as more than 70 short video clips edited from the films to accompany the subject modules.

Resources for download:

Into the Arctic Film Trilogy: Classroom Screener Access

Clips for all films are available via links within each module.

Full-length films for educational screenings only are accessible to educators online through password-protected links. Details below:

Into the Arctic 1:
Available: Now - Request FILM LINK and PASSWORD at

Into the Arctic 2:
Available: Fall 2019

Into the Arctic 3:
Available: TBD

If educators are unable to screen digitally in their classrooms, please contact for alternative viewing possibilities.


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