Special AGM Lecture - Exploring Canada's Wild

May 18, 2023 at the AGM

Adam Shoalts is a professional adventurer, archaeologist, historian and explorer best known for his long solo wilderness journeys, including crossing nearly 4,000 km of Canada's Arctic alone. His expeditions range from mapping rivers to tracking endangered species, to searching for lost explorers and archaeological sites. Shoalts will share with us stories of his expeditions to some of the most remote landscapes on earth and handling the challenges that come with them.

This presentation will be given after the BALL AGM at the Bayshore Centre, Thursday May 18, 2023.  You will receive an invitation to attend in person or via Zoom, free of charge, if you bought any of this year's series. The AGM begins at 9:30 a.m. sharp, running to about 10:15. After a 15 minute social break, the Special Lecture will be delivered from 10:30 until 12 noon. Adam may have some of his books available for purchase.


 Lecturer - Adam Shoalts

Adam Shoalts is best known for his long solo journeys, including crossing 4,000 km of Canada's Arctic alone. He is the Westaway Explorer-in-Residence at the Royal Canadian Geographical Society and the author of 4 national bestselling books, including Beyond the Trees and A History of Canada in 10 Maps.