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Calls grow for public review of Nunavut mining company’s plans to pump salty water into nearby bay – Nunatsiaq News

14 May 2020 Agnico Eagle wants to pipe effluent from its Meliadine mine to Melvin Bay, near Rankin Inlet Inuit organizations, hunter and trapper associations and Rankin Inlet residents who have provided comments to the Nunavut Impact Review Board are in agreement: Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd.’s proposal to pipe salty water from its Meliadine gold […]

by ahnationtalk on May 14, 2020126 Views

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SIKU launches goose watch competition – Nunatsiaq News

12 May 2020 Winners from each community will receive $100 The people behind the SIKU app have launched a goose watch competition for every Inuit community across Canada. The first person from each community who posts on the app a goose hunting story, along with photos of the goose or geese, will receive a $100 […]

by ahnationtalk on May 12, 202042 Views

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Nunavut wildlife surveys grounded by pandemic precautions – Nunatsiaq News

“We depend on those surveys to track wildlife numbers and inform management decisions” 8 May 2020 Nunavut’s wildlife surveys, which normally begin in the spring, are on hold because of pandemic precautions. All non-essential duty travel for Government of Nunavut employees has been cancelled since March 13, one of the first precautionary measures taken by […]

by ahnationtalk on May 8, 202046 Views

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‘This is an opportunity.’ Scientists and guardians team up in pandemic – Cabin Radio

As major northern research projects are delayed, cancelled, or put on hiatus over Covid-19, scientists hope collaboration with communities can keep their work alive. Disruption brought on by the pandemic is raising concern about the future of long-term research into climate change risk and wilderness management, and how those projects can be maintained. In the […]

by ahnationtalk on May 6, 202048 Views

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COVID-19 puts environmental projects in N.W.T. on hold – APTN

May 5, 2020 APTN News A number of environmental projects that monitor rivers across the north have been put on hold because of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to some elders in the territory, the risk of contaminants coming into northern waters ways because of spring flooding is no time to relax environmental standards. Read More: […]

by ahnationtalk on May 6, 202050 Views

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Hay River issues evacuation order for Vale Island, West Channel – Cabin Radio

The Town of Hay River has told residents of Vale Island and the West Channel to evacuate due to the risk of imminent flooding. Town officials issued a mandatory evacuation order for the low-lying areas at 9pm on Monday, having warned earlier in the day that the Hay River was expected to rise rapidly that […]

by ahnationtalk on May 5, 202042 Views

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Gwich’in Await Action From Canadian Banks as Major Banks in the U.S. Recognize Drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Is Bad Business

(Old Crow, Yukon, Canada – April 28, 2020) Last week, Morgan Stanley released an updated Environmental and Social Policy Statement in which the company rules out financing new oil and gas exploration and development in the Arctic, including the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Arctic Refuge). Morgan Stanley joins other U.S. banks Citi, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan […]

by ahnationtalk on April 30, 202041 Views

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A message from the Assembly of First Nations Knowledge Keepers

A message from the Assembly of First Nations Knowledge Keepers Mother Earth is speaking to us in ways foretold in our prophecies. Time constantly evolves. These changes bring with it new challenges and unknown threats. There will be a time for renewal, a time we can understand unknown threats such as COVID-19. This new threat […]

by ahnationtalk on April 30, 202049 Views

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New report illustrates the domino effect of Arctic sea-ice change – Nunatsiaq News

29 April 2020 Combined research looks at the state of Canada’s Arctic marine environment and how it’s changing Inuit traditional knowledge has shown that gradual change in the Arctic Ocean has always occurred, but it has also illustrated that this critical environment is now changing at a rapidly increasing rate. Combining Inuit knowledge and scientific […]

by ahnationtalk on April 29, 202038 Views

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Agnico Eagle wants to pipe salty water from Meliadine gold mine to Melvin Bay – Nunatsiaq News

28 April 2020 Nunavut Impact Review Board seeking comments until May 8 Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. wants to stop trucking effluent from its Meliadine gold mine to the coast and, instead, lay down about 40 kilometres of double pipes to carry more salty water from the mine to Melvin Bay. The Nunavut Impact Review Board […]

by ahnationtalk on April 28, 202051 Views

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