Blog – Higher learning? The quest for a Northern University in Canada

As the only Arctic nation without a university, Canada is “lagging behind” its northern neighbours admonished Senator Dennis Patterson last

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Blog – How Northwestern Inuit led construction of Canada’s highway to Arctic Ocean

Last November, Canada’s first highway to the Arctic Ocean opened. When shovels broke ground on the all-weather road in January

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Blog – Faroe Islands host Arctic Circle Forum, trumpet “infrastructure miracle”

Situated halfway between Iceland and Scotland, the Faroe Islands are so remote from most people’s minds that even the customs

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Ice-Blog – While Arctic melts, sweltering Germany hosts UN climate talks

It’s been a scorcher of a week here in Bonn, Germany. Delegates to the UNFCCC climate talks (one of the interim meetings

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Blog – With Siumut’s re-election, will Greenland welcome Chinese investment?

Nearly 30,000 Greenlanders, or some 71.9% of eligible voters, went to the polls today on the world’s largest island. Some

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Blog – Alaska Native Regional Corporations are responsible for pollution, too

Two weeks ago, I wrote about how Alaska’s Red Dog Mine is the most toxic site in America. This story has been

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