A round-up of stories that made headlines across the North this week.
Controversy over Canada’s Arctic Council leadership. Canada takes over as head of the council in January 2013.
A look at how mining operations in Greenland may effect the population.
Residents in the Arctic mining town of Malmberget plead for relocation saying their homes are being erroded by mining operations.
The latest figures suggest Arctic sea ice is on the rebound.
Write to Eilís Quinn at eilis.quinn(at)cbc.ca