Sabina gives green light to constructing gold mine in Nunavut

Sabina gives green light to constructing gold mine in Nunavut

Sabina Gold & Silver Corp.’s Goose Gold Mine project is a go. The company announced Sept. 7 in a news release it is preparing to...
This year’s Arctic sea ice minimum extent is tied for tenth lowest on record

This year’s Arctic sea ice minimum extent is tied for tenth...

Arctic sea ice reached its yearly minimum extent earlier this month, at about 1.8 million square miles (4.67 million square kilometers), according to preliminary...
Finland mulls barring Russians from entering as border traffic grows

Finland mulls barring Russians from entering as border traffic grows

VAALIMAA, Finland — Finland said on Thursday it was considering barring most Russians from entering the country as traffic across the border from its...
Russia shows off Arctic military power

Russia shows off Arctic military power

Even as some troops from Russia's Northern Fleet are engaged in the invasion of Ukraine, others took part in exercises designed to show Russia's...
Finland says it closely monitors Russia after mobilization

Finland says it closely monitors Russia after mobilization

OSLO —Finland is closely monitoring the situation in neighboring Russia following President Vladimir Putin's order of military mobilization, the Nordic country's defense minister said...
New environmental study of Ambler road project kicks off with call for public input

New environmental study of Ambler road project kicks off with call...

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management said it will start collecting public input on how it should carry out a new environmental review of...
Typhoon Merbok pounded Alaska’s vulnerable coastal communities at a critical time

Typhoon Merbok pounded Alaska’s vulnerable coastal communities at a critical time

The powerful remnants of Typhoon Merbok pounded Alaska’s western coast on Sept. 17, 2022, pushing homes off their foundations and tearing apart protective berms...
‘Gifting it forward’: Iceland donates books to college, library in Iqaluit

‘Gifting it forward’: Iceland donates books to college, library in Iqaluit

The “world champions” of book publishing had a gift for Canada on Tuesday — books. Iceland’s ambassador to Canada, Hlynur Gudjonsson, gifted Nunavut Arctic College...
Chevron is offering minority stakes in three Arctic Alaska oilfields

Chevron is offering minority stakes in three Arctic Alaska oilfields

Chevron Corp is marketing its interest in more than 2,000 oil and gas wells in Alaska, the company told Reuters on Monday, in a...
Sweden’s Moderate Party leader gets nod to try form a new government

Sweden’s Moderate Party leader gets nod to try form a new...

OSLO — Sweden's Moderate Party leader, Ulf Kristersson, has been handed a mandate to try and form the country's next government after a recent...