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Arctic360 2024 Annual Conference: PROSPERITY • COMMUNITY • SECURITY – It’s time to meet the challenge

Placed squarely on the global geopolitical stage, Arctic politics is definitively part of world politics and no longer apart from it. While the shift has created renewed challenges for the region it is also forging new paths of political, economic, community, and security cooperation.

2024 Conference: Multi-Purpose and Multi-User Arctic Critical Infrastructure

SESSION VI: MULTI-PURPOSE & MULTI-USER CRITICAL ARCTIC INFRASTRUCTURE Moderator: Honourable Erin O’Toole, Managing Director of ADIT North America; former MP, Durham and leader of Conservative Party David Thompson, Director General, Infrastructure, Portfolio Requirements, DND Sean Boyd FCPA, FCA, Chair of the Board, Agnico Eagle Mines Limited Madeleine Redfern, COO, CanArctic Inuit Networks; Executive Director,

SUMMER SERIES 2023 Episode 2: NATO & NATO Centre for Climate and Security

NATO, Canada’s North and new NATO Centre for Climate and Security (Photo Credit: NATO, 22 June 2023, Air Defender: A line up of United States Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt fighter jets parked on the tarmac while a United States Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jet takes off, https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/photos_216085.htm ) Leoni Reusing

SUMMER SERIES 2023 Episode 1: Indigenous Engagement and Arctic Governance

Indigenous Engagement and Arctic Governance (Inuit Circumpolar Council Alaska. 2020. Food Sovereignty and Self-Governance: Inuit Role in Managing Arctic Marine Resources. Anchorage, AK. Page 15.) This week, Arctic360 sat down with Sara Olsvig, the Chair of the Inuit Circumpolar Council, for our summer 'Breaking the Ice' podcast kick-off. In

Canada’s North Reply to Canada Infrastructure Bank Legislative Review

Submission to CIB 5-Year Legislative Review Executive Summary The policy premises and context that led to the establishment of the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) remain highly relevant and necessary, in the evolving policy and infrastructure landscape. However, certain changes are required, particularly with regards to addressing the specific needs of Canada’s territorial North including Nunatsiavut

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