By Gemma Karstens-Smith, The Globe & Mail
Published: October 24, 2017

When a massive ice breaker arrives in Victoria’s harbour this week, it will mark the end of a 150-day-long journey exploring Canada’s coastline, communities and future.

The trip from Toronto to Victoria via the Northwest Passage coincides with Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations, but celebrations are just the beginning, said Geoff Green, expedition leader for Canada C3.

By the end of the journey, the ice breaker – called the Polar Prince – will have travelled 23,000 kilometres and visited 75 different communities.

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