Arctic Quebec: Inuk woman’s botulism symptoms not taken seriously by nurse, widower says

A man from Inukjuak said the failure of a nurse stationed in the Arctic Quebec community to recognize the signs of botulism cost his wife

Finland summons Russian ambassador over GPS jamming

Russian Ambassador to Helsinki, Pavel Kuznetsov, was set to meet in Finland’s Foreign Ministry on Monday. Norway and Finland have both pointed to jamming from

How Canadian scientists discovered a geothermal source in 1970s rural Iceland

Forty years after researchers from Halifax (Canadian Maritimes) helped drill a hole nearly two kilometres into the ground in rural Iceland, locals still remember the

Notable book recommendations from across northern Canada

The First Nations Book Fair (Kwahiatonhk: Salon du livre des Premières Nations) gets underway in the Canadian province of Quebec November 22-25 to promote Indigenous books