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The 2013 expedition will be carried out with the support and co-operation of the Hamlet of Sachs Harbour, and the Sachs Harbour Hunters and Trappers Committee.

We are pleased to announce that we have three confirmed expedition Funding Partners: Annie E. Gray of Victoria, Joe Bryant of Ottawa, and the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. These three partners have contributed a total of $5,000 to the research expedition. Our Non-funding Partners are the Canadian Museum of Nature and the Canadian Museum of Civilization.

Donors requiring a tax receipt can make cheques payable to the Canadian Museum of Nature.
For more information contact David@arcticgrayhound.ca or Sally@arcticgrayhound.ca.

inReach Canada has loaned us their first two-way satellite communicator, inReach, which will allow us to track our expedition in near real time to a map insert on this website! Watch the website after July 24th.
The device will also allow us to stay connected with family and colleagues anywhere, even where the cell phone doesn’t work.

Thank you Henry’s, Ottawa for your donation of a GoPro Hero 3 camera, and generous discounts on our needed camera accessories!

TSC "The Sealift Company" of Ottawa has contributed $1000 for the search voyage!
TSC is a transportation and logistics provider serving Ottawa, Dorval and Montreal corridor, with much service to the Arctic. They also do customized crating sea, air or land.

Aklak Air of Inuvik has given a generous reduction in air fare, for three expedition crew, from Inuvik to Sachs Harbour. Thank you Aklak Air!
Canadian North has also given us reduced fares from Edmonton to Inuvik.
Thank you Aklak and Canadian North!

Messages from Supporters...

On behalf of the Ambassador [of Norway] I would like to thank you for your information about the commemorative Arctic Expedition. As you know polar exploration holds a special place in Norway and is an important part of our national identity. We value the bonds that polar expeditions have created between our two countries through history and still do today.
I wish you the best of luck with this exciting expedition and will follow your website for updates.
Sincerely,
Jan-Terje Studsvik Storaas
Royal Norwegian Embassy