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An adventurer and passionate enthusiast of the outdoors, Cedar believes strongly in connecting our daily lives to nature. Cedar’s work engages, entertains, and educates by connecting people to each other and the land through innovative travel experiences. She believes that fostering these connections is critical to the longevity of conservation work and is dedicated to cultivating meaningful relationships that strengthen our ties to nature and each other. By focusing on travel to Arctic and sub-Arctic environments, Cedar is actively involved in documenting and monitoring existing sites of historic and cultural importance. Above all, Cedar is committed to the regions and communities to which Adventure Canada travels, and works tirelessly to promote and advocate for their needs. At the helm of Adventure Canada’s operation, Cedar delights in sinking her teeth into the challenges and opportunities presented by running a fast-growing business. She’s always on the lookout for likeminded organizations and strategic partnerships to help enhance and advance the Adventure Canada ethos. Cedar is a founding member of Canadian Women for Nature, a fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, a member of the Explorers Club, and on the board of directors for Project North. In 2018, Cedar was named one of Canadian Traveller’s Top 40 Under 40 travel professionals. In 2020 Cedar was awarded the Citation of Merit from The Explorers Club Canadian Chapter. Cedar lives in Port Credit, Ontario with her husband Jason and their two daughters.