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Pressure mounts for global accord to protect central Arctic Ocean fish - Nunatsiaq News

Mon, 2017-10-16 10:02

Nunatsiaq News

Pressure mounts for global accord to protect central Arctic Ocean fish
Nunatsiaq News
This map shows the international waters, a 2.8-million-square-kilometre area in the central Arctic Ocean, which lies beyond the 200-mile zone of the five Arctic coastal states: Canada, Russia, Norway, the U.S. (Alaska) and Denmark (Greenland.) (FILE ...

This Remote Arctic Park in Canada Can Now Be Visited on Google Street View - Motherboard

Thu, 2017-10-12 11:08

Motherboard

This Remote Arctic Park in Canada Can Now Be Visited on Google Street View
Motherboard
Quttinirpaaq National Park is located on Ellesmere Island on the northernmost end of Nunavut—its name means "top of the world" in Inuktitut, the language of the local Indigenous communities. Less than 50 people visit the park each year due to its ...

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Scientists urge international agreement on fisheries in Central Arctic Ocean - The Independent Barents Observer

Thu, 2017-10-12 08:58

The Independent Barents Observer

Scientists urge international agreement on fisheries in Central Arctic Ocean
The Independent Barents Observer
“This is why this letter is important right now,” Taylor told Radio Canada International in a phone interview from Nunavut capital of Iqaluit, “to urge the five Arctic coastal states and the five major distant-fishing nations to conclude an agreement ...

Scientists urge international agreement on fisheries in Central Arctic Ocean - Radio Canada International

Wed, 2017-10-11 13:04

Radio Canada International

Scientists urge international agreement on fisheries in Central Arctic Ocean
Radio Canada International
“This is why this letter is important right now,” Taylor told Radio Canada International in a phone interview from Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, “to urge the five Arctic coastal states and the five major distant-fishing nations to conclude an ...

Quebec, BC, Alberta and Labrador: Here's How Much Snow You Can Expect This Week - The Weather Channel

Tue, 2017-10-10 12:43

Quebec, BC, Alberta and Labrador: Here's How Much Snow You Can Expect This Week
The Weather Channel
Thursday brings forth light snow (two to five centimetres), stretching from eastern Alberta through Saskatchewan and into northern Manitoba and southern Nunavut. Snow showers are also likely through the Northwest Territories and over the mountains of ...