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The Canadian Arctic Expedition
The Canadian Arctic Expedition of 1913–18 was, in its time, the largest Arctic expedition ever mounted by the Canadian government. It comprised more than a hundred people, including scientists, sailors, a surgeon, a photographer, and dozens of Inuit hunters, dogsled drivers, and seamstresses.
For more about the CAE, go to the Virtual Museum of Canada and view Northern People, Northern Knowledge: The Story of the Canadian Arctic Expedition 1913–1918, an online exhibit created by the Canadian Museum of History and Arctic historian David Gray.
And, read “Forgetten Explorers,” by Kate Jaimet in the December-January 2016 issue of Canada’s History magazine.