Canada needs new approach to meet Arctic challenges, conference hears

If Canada wants to tackle the triple threat of climate change, Russian aggression, and the Arctic infrastructure deficit, it must rethink its approach to the North and incorporate long-term planning that transcends partisan politics, a Canadian conference heard on Thursday.

“We need to look at a vision for the North beyond the electoral cycle and start planning for 20, 30 and 50 year outlooks where important infrastructure can be built and finalized,” Conservative MP John Nater told Eye on the Arctic.

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