Climate kicks off Canada’s French-language leaders’ debate, but no mention of Inuit or Arctic

Canada’s federal leaders came out swinging on climate during Thursday’s French-language debate, as global warming increasingly emerges as a dominant

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Ottawa tells court First Nation child welfare compensation order could cost $8 billion

A senior federal official says a human rights tribunal ruling ordering Ottawa to compensate First Nation children apprehended through the

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Norway absent from massive US-led multinational drill in Europe next year

NATO’s northernmost country with direct border to Russia’s militarized Kola Peninsula relies heavily on allied reinforcements, but lacks capacity to

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Alaska senators condemn Trump’s decision to withdraw troops from northern Syria

Both of Alaska’s U.S. senators have joined the chorus of Republicans criticizing President Trump’s decision to pull U.S. troops from

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Arctic Norway: Russian FM to attend ceremony commemorating Soviet liberation in WWII

October 25th marks the Soviet Red Army troops’ liberation of Kirkenes, the first town in Norway to be freed from

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Canadian Liberal leader makes climate pitch to northerners on Arctic campaign stop

Video: Canadian Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau addresses reporters in Canada’s eastern Arctic territory of Nunavut on Tuesday.  The day after

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Atlantic Canada: Innu Nation asks court to quash NunatuKavut agreement with Ottawa

The Innu Nation, in Atlantic Canada, is again challenging the Indigenous status of the NunatuKavut Community Council, this time in

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Leaders take on climate, Indigenous issues, but Arctic absent from Canadian election debate

The leaders of Canada’s six federal parties took to the debate stage in Gatineau, Quebec Monday night, facing off over

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“It’s important to be aggressive about our human rights,” international Inuit leader tells Montreal conference

With international interests increasingly active in the Arctic, it’s more important than ever that Inuit stand up for their human

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Ottawa seeks judicial review in decision to compensate First Nations kids

Canada’s Liberal government led by Justin Trudeau is challenging a landmark human rights ruling to compensate apprehended First Nations children

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