Climate change doc from Arctic Canadian teens to be shown at UN conference

A group of seven teenagers from Tuktoyaktuk, northwestern Canada, has been invited to show a documentary they made on climate

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Judge sends sex offender back to Arctic Canadian community despite lack of treatment

The Northwest Territories newest judge recently faced a challenge N.W.T. judges have been confronting for decades — what to do

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How climate change is thawing the ‘glue that holds the northern landscape together’ in Arctic Canada

In one of the coldest places in Canada, Steve Kokelj is searching for Arctic thaw. He’s driving the great Dempster

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Communities in Canada’s central Arctic have warmest February since 2006

While most of Canada has been experiencing a colder winter, Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk, in the northern part of the Northwest

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Indigenous man launches $600M class-action lawsuit, claiming police mistreatment in Canada’s northern territories

A teen in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories (N.W.T.), has launched a $600-million, class-action lawsuit against Canada’s federal police, the RCMP, in

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Blog: Looking back on the year that was in the Arctic

In Utqiaġvik (Barrow), Alaska, the ocean was frozen as far as I could see. It was March, the time of

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Russian oil, cooperation over commerce & Canada’s Arctic highway : 2017 Arctic Year in Review

The end of the year is often a time to take stock, and here at Eye on the Arctic we’re

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Blog – Who really built Canada’s first highway to the Arctic Ocean?

Canada’s first highway to the Arctic Ocean opened on Wednesday. This 138-kilometer road between Inuvik, the administrative hub and biggest

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