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May 2011

May 18, 2011

Brandon Day 3 Clip


Expedition Bolivia Day 3 - 37km from GOi2P on Vimeo.

May 18, 2011

Brandon Day 2 Clip


i2P Expedition Bolivia - Day 2: 41km from GOi2P on Vimeo.

May 16, 2011

Track Brandon and the iP2 Team

i2P Expedition Bolivia - Day 1: 30 KM from GOi2P on Vimeo.

Go Brandon!  Today is Day One!  We look forward to our video call! 
Track Brandon and the i2P team on their website at:
http://impossible2possible.com/bolivia/experience

May 13, 2011

Video Postcards for Brandon

Go Brandon! Video postcards from Oskayak
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May 12, 2011

PRAIRIE BOY TAKES SASKATCHEWAN TO BOLIVIA, SOUTH AMERICA

Brandon.jpgBrandon Sand a seventeen year old youth from Oskayak High School, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan has become the first Prairie Boy to be chosen for once-in-a-lifetime Impossible 2 Possible Expedition!
Brandon along with 4 other youth from around the world, led by Ray Zahab founder of Impossible 2 Possible (i2p), will run a marathon a day, for 6 days in Bolivia. The Youth Ambassador's will pass near mountains, volcanoes, as they run across the world's largest salt flat - an area incredibly rich in minerals, pass the home to a unique "train graveyard" that contains dozens of abandoned Colonial Trains and visit La Paz, the world's most elevated capital city - all the while bringing thousands of students along for the ride!
The i2p web-team will use streaming video during the expedition to allow students from around the world to communicate directly with the adventurers. Schools will be able to follow on Live Tracker the exact location of Brandon and the team as they run this remote part of Bolivia.
As well, in celebration of the International Year of Chemistry and in partnership with Simon Fraser University, i2p will also conduct a series of experiments in this remarkable environment that will bring the principles of chemistry alive. These experiments, conducted under the supervision of a chemistry professor joining the expedition, will be broadcasted to participating schools.
Share In The Adventure! Join in the Expedition with this boy from the Prairies! READ MORE...


May 11, 2011

Oskayak Recognized by Aboriginal Multi-Media Society

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Oskayak program and Gala was recognized by the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society by writer Christine Fiddler Sage of Saskatoon.  Read the complete article at: AMMSA WEBSITE