Indigenous groups are slowly gaining more say in the management of a swiftly changing northern Bering Sea

Indigenous groups are slowly gaining more say in the management of...

The Bering Sea region, the Pacific gateway to the Arctic Ocean, is home to ecosystems on land and in the ocean that are both...
A throat singer from Nunavik shares Inuit culture on TikTok

A throat singer from Nunavik shares Inuit culture on TikTok

Just a little less than year ago, Shina Novalinga posted her first video of her throat singing with her mother on TikTok. Now, more...
Nunavut community declares state of emergency in a bid to control COVID-19 spread

Nunavut community declares state of emergency in a bid to control...

People in Arviat, the hotspot of Nunavut’s COVID-19 infections, are once again under a restrictive lockdown for two weeks, as of 8 a.m. Wednesday. That...
Iqaluit Music Society wins $1 million Arctic Inspiration Prize

Iqaluit Music Society wins $1 million Arctic Inspiration Prize

The Iqaluit Music Society took home this year’s top Arctic Inspiration Prize of $1 million for a project that aims to get Inuit-specific music...
A second fossil-free steel mill is planned for northern Sweden

A second fossil-free steel mill is planned for northern Sweden

Newly established Swedish firm H2 Green Steel announced plans Tuesday to build a fossil-free steel mill in Boden, near the northern city of Luleå,...
A first-ever foreign policy opinion poll in Greenland shows support for more cooperation with US, Denmark

A first-ever foreign policy opinion poll in Greenland shows support for...

We know from recent headlines that China has an interest in expanding economically in Greenland and of course, many will remember when former U.S. President...
A Canadian Arctic nonprofit closes after 50 years of operation

A Canadian Arctic nonprofit closes after 50 years of operation

After advocating for sustainable development in Canada’s North for half a century, the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee is shutting down. The organization announced its decision...
An Ottawa symposium aims to shine light on Inuit High Arctic relocations

An Ottawa symposium aims to shine light on Inuit High Arctic...

It’s great that provincial governments are finally teaching school children about the history of residential schools, but it’s not enough, says Martha Flaherty. Canadian...
Hearing on Baffinland’s expansion plans to resume April 12

Hearing on Baffinland’s expansion plans to resume April 12

A contentious public hearing on the proposed expansion of the Mary River iron mine will resume April 12 and run until April 21, the...
Leading in the Arctic begins at home

Leading in the Arctic begins at home

Editor’s note: This op-ed is part of a series offering Arctic policy recommendations to the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden. Follow our social media channels...