We are always seeking to improve. As such, we constantly challenge ourselves to meet set objectives. We value a culture of continuous feedback and we admit our mistakes. We share the intentions behind each decision openly. We consolidate our knowledge and skills and place value on continuing education.
We are honest with our donors, our partners, the program participants, and their communities. Our financial demands are honest and our spending transparent. We never forget that the survival of our organization depends on the voluntary investment of dozens of actors. We acknowledge this fact at each step.
Our programming takes place in a vast and isolated land with many risks, so the management and prevention of those risks are a priority. We set high standards for our team leaders and guides and maintain small guide/participant ratios. We make no compromises on safety.
We work with Inuit youth on their ancestral land. Naturally, respecting Inuit culture is at the core of what we do: each one of our decisions is made with Inuit culture in mind, and when it comes time to reflect, we value the input of community members.