Celebrate 10 years of by the North for the North impact and find out who will be taking home this year’s prizes.
It’s time to save the date for the Arctic Inspiration Prize’s annual Awards Ceremony! On March 4th, 2022, the AIP will announce its newest laureates in a virtual ceremony.
“This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Arctic Inspiration Prize and what better way to celebrate than with a look back at some of the AIP’s most impactful projects. I can’t wait for people from across the North, and the entire country, to see how much has been achieved over the past 10 years. What an incredible way to celebrate northern creativity and innovation,” said Wally Schumann, Chair of the AIP Charitable Trust.
This year’s ceremony promises to be an ambitious pan-Arctic celebration that is sure to captivate audiences through both a retrospective of the past 10 years and an inspirational look toward our future. As in previous years, the ceremony will also feature northern musical performances and art.
Stay tuned for more on how to watch the show, who will be hosting and the line-up of performers.
About the AIP
As the largest annual prize in Canada, the Arctic Inspiration Prize (AIP) inspires, enables and celebrates the achievements of the people of the North. The AIP recognizes diverse teams and enables their innovative projects in the fields of education, sustainable housing, health, performing arts, traditional knowledge, language, and science. Each year, the AIP awards: one $1 million prize, up to four prizes of up to $500,000 each, and up to seven youth prizes of up to $100,000 each. The AIP is owned and governed by the northern-led AIP Charitable Trust and is a community of Indigenous organizations, governments, industry, philanthropy, and many other partners from the North and South.
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