Arctic sovereignty was the big issue in circumpolar news this weekend.
Russia announced it’s planning to send two army brigades to the Russian Far North to protect its interests.
Meanwhile, Canadian national defence minister Peter MacKay announced that more than 1,000 troops will take part in Operation Nanook, a month-long military exercise to be carried out in the Canadian Arctic this summer.
Read a full report in the Globe and Mail here.
What do you think? How long before an announcment from Denmark?
Write to Eilís Quinn at eilis.quinn(at)cbc.ca