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IRC: Reindeer Herd and Herder Safety

(Inuvik, NT) March 22, 2020 – The Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) would like to inform all residents of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (ISR) that a team of Reindeer herders will be out on the land working with the Reindeer herd on a regular basis. IRC does not wish to have any interference with the round-up […]

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The Arctic is cool — let’s keep it that way – WWF-Canada Blog

March 17, 2020 The Arctic took centre stage at the 7th session of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Pollution Prevention and Response (PPR) sub-committee in London, England, from February 17 to 21. The IMO is the United Nations specialized agency with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution […]

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Arctic tundra is 80 per cent permafrost. What happens when it thaws? – The Narwhal

The climate crisis is transforming ground that has been held together by frozen water for millennia — and scientists are working overtime to figure out what that means for the future of the north and the planet itself Canadian scientist Philip Marsh and I were flying along the coast of the Beaufort Sea, where the […]

by ahnationtalk on March 11, 202031 Views

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N.W.T. cemeteries in ‘crisis’ because of climate change, say community representatives – CBC

‘We want to have a cemetery that can last another 40 years,’ says CEO of Yellowknives Dene First Nation Mar 10, 2020 Many communities in the Northwest Territories are worried about the impacts climate change is having on their cemeteries. The issue was brought up by multiple community representatives at the NWT Association of Communities’s […]

by ahnationtalk on March 10, 202023 Views

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Building resilient communities in the North and mitigating impacts of climate change

From: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada News release March 05, 2020 — Iqaluit, Nunavut — Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada For years, Indigenous and Northern communities have increasingly experienced the impacts of climate change. From vanishing sea ice to eroding coastlines to melting permafrost, Canada’s North is rapidly changing. The Government of Canada […]

by ahnationtalk on March 5, 202044 Views

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AFN’s National Climate Gathering a Successful Dialogue with First Nations Leadership, Elders and Youth Aimed at Taking Action on the Climate Crisis

AFN’s National Climate Gathering a Successful Dialogue with First Nations Leadership, Elders and Youth Aimed at Taking Action on the Climate Crisis WHITEHORSE, YT, March 4, 2020 – The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) hosted a successful National Climate Gathering in Whitehorse, YT, that brought together over 380 First Nations leaders, Elders, women and youth […]

by pmnationtalk on March 5, 202040 Views

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The Arctic’s winter of 2019-20 ran hot and cold – Nunatsiaq News

4 March 2020 The weather over the past three months has generally been warmer than average in Nunavut and Nunavik, according to temperatures in these Arctic regions from Dec. 1 to Feb. 29. Of course, there have been exceptions. On Wednesday, Feb. 4, in the western Nunavut hub of Cambridge Bay, it was -41 C […]

by ahnationtalk on March 4, 202036 Views

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Indigenous Guardians learn how to map permafrost changes in new workshop – CBC

Workshop is 1st step toward creating map of permafrost thaw in Dehcho region Mar 04, 2020 Edward Cholo doesn’t have to drive too far down the road to find land affected by climate change. Along Highway 1, just north of Fort Simpson en route to Wrigley, N.W.T., Cholo points out rows of so-called drunken trees, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 4, 202034 Views

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Nunavut MLA links online meat sales with overhunting of Kivalliq caribou – Nunatsiaq News

3 March 2020 “We have seen many caribou carcasses that are just left there” Nunavut’s MLA for Rankin Inlet North–Chesterfield Inlet is again raising concerns about the overhunting of caribou in the Kivalliq. “I am passionate about protecting the caribou of the Kivalliq,” Cathy Towtongie told the legislature on Thursday, Feb. 27. She directly linked […]

by ahnationtalk on March 3, 202041 Views

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Media advisory – Itinerary for the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, for Wednesday, March 4, 2020

From: Environment and Climate Change Canada Whitehorse, Yukon – March 3, 2020 – Media representatives are advised that the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, along with the Member of Parliament for Yukon, the Honourable Larry Bagnell, and Yukon’s Minister of Highways and Public Works and Minister of the Public Service Commission, […]

by ahnationtalk on March 3, 202034 Views

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