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History, Indigenous, International, Politics, Science and Technology

Maud set to finally return home, a century later.

The 36.5 metre long Maud was a purpose-built ship designed with the technology of the early 20th century specifically to conquer the Arctic sea and ice. Built near Oslo, Nowegian polar explorer Roald Amundsen intended to sail Maud to the» 

Arts and Entertainment

Eye on the Arctic: Video Archive

In the days before mass media reached the remote corners of Canada, before Twitter and Facebook, the art and artists of Canada’s Arctic were the main conduit for northerners to communicate their culture and communities to the rest of the» 

Arts and Entertainment

Eye on the Arctic: Video Archive

In the days before mass media reached the remote corners of Canada, before Twitter and Facebook, the art and artists of Canada’s Arctic were the main conduit for northerners to communicate their culture and communities to the rest of the» 

Arts and Entertainment, Environment, History, Indigenous, Society

Eye on the Arctic: Video Archive

In the days before mass media reached the remote corners of Canada, before Twitter and Facebook, the art and artists of Canada’s Arctic were the main conduit for northerners to communicate their culture and communities to the rest of the» 

Animals, Environment, Indigenous, Society

Eye on the Arctic: Video Archive

In the days before mass media reached the remote corners of Canada, before Twitter and Facebook, the art and artists of Canada’s Arctic were the main conduit for northerners to communicate their culture and communities to the rest of the» 

Indigenous, International, Society, Work & Labour

Eye on the Arctic: Video Archive

In the days before mass media reached the remote corners of Canada, before Twitter and Facebook, the art and artists of Canada’s Arctic were the main conduit for northerners to communicate their culture and communities to the rest of the» 

Health, Indigenous

Climate change exacerbates mental health problems in Labrador’s Inuit communities

Climate change is causing tremendous pain and distress in Inuit communities in northern Labrador, compounding already complex mental health issues caused by the intergenerational trauma of colonization, forced relocation and the legacy of residential schools, according to new Canadian research.» 

Education, History, Immigration & Refuge, Indigenous, Politics, Society

Quebec school history course: still politically skewed?

“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.” George Orwell, novel “1984” Who gets to tell the story of what happened in the past and why? In the mostly French-speaking province of Quebec, the» 

Health, Indigenous, Politics, Society

Mental Health – Can community programs in Arctic Canada make the difference? (Video)

May 1-7 is  Mental Health Week across Canada. It’s an annual event organized by the Canadian Mental Health Association to help decrease the stigma around mental health and raise awareness about the hurdles people face when trying to get help.» 

Animals, Economy, Education, Environment, Indigenous, International, Science and Technology, Society

Better climate adaptation strategies needed across the Arctic

Climate change continues to transform the Arctic at an unprecedented rate but adaptation strategies continue to lag behind, says a series of new international reports released on Tuesday. The Arctic Council’s Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP) issued the reports as»