Iceland is key to NATO — but Iceland’s prime minister worries about militarization in the North Atlantic

Iceland is key to NATO — but Iceland’s prime minister worries...

Katrín Jakobsdóttir, the Prime Minister of Iceland, is rare for her time; a truly left wing European head of government.She is chairman of Iceland’s...
Norwegian Arctic journalist barred from Russia is suing to overturn the decision

Norwegian Arctic journalist barred from Russia is suing to overturn the...

The editor of a prominent Arctic news site who was detained by Russian security earlier this year and subsequently barred from entering the country...
Denmark’s ‘Little Mermaid’ doused in red paint by whaling protesters

Denmark’s ‘Little Mermaid’ doused in red paint by whaling protesters

COPENHAGEN — Denmark's most famous landmark, "The Little Mermaid," has been doused in red paint by anti-whaling activists."Danmark defend the whales of the Faroe Islands"...
Finland’s Finnair starts commercial flights to Iceland

Finland’s Finnair starts commercial flights to Iceland

Finnish airline Finnair start commercial flights between Helsinki and Iceland's Keflavik international Airport earlier this week.The airline will fly four flights a week through May 31. Over...
Inuit language law now in force for Nunavut’s private businesses

Inuit language law now in force for Nunavut’s private businesses

As sections of the Government of Nunavut’s Inuktut-language laws that apply to private businesses come into force across the territory, Nunavummiut should hear more...
Central Arctic caribou herd’s population dives

Central Arctic caribou herd’s population dives

The size of another Alaska caribou herd has plummeted, leaving biologists with Alaska Department of Fish and Game concerned — and a bit flummoxed.Since...
Constitutional fight brewing over Nunavut caribou harvest

Constitutional fight brewing over Nunavut caribou harvest

A constitutional showdown over Inuit rights is brewing in the Nunavut Court of Justice in Iqaluit as lawyers debate the actions of an Inuk...
British royals stop for tea and bannock in Nunavut

British royals stop for tea and bannock in Nunavut

The weather couldn’t have been better as the royal family, Charles, prince of Wales, and Camilla, duchess of Cornwall, descended on Iqaluit for the...
A photographer, Instagram and the whaling life of Alaska’s North Slope

A photographer, Instagram and the whaling life of Alaska’s North Slope

https://www.instagram.com/p/BTNAqbllKLJ/?hl=enBill Hess, a longtime photographer of Alaska’s Inupiat whaling culture, began posting regularly on Instagram in 2013 and 2014, when he was recovering from a...
Finnish transport minister confirms Rovaniemi – Kirkenes rail survey

Finnish transport minister confirms Rovaniemi – Kirkenes rail survey

Finnish Transport and Communications Minister Anne Berner confirms the survey of a railway line between Rovaniemi, Finland and Kirkenes, Norway."International cooperation is key," she...