Arctic Sovereignty & Security Summit

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Canada’s North: Reply to Natural Resources Canada Critical Minerals Strategy Discussion Paper

Canada’s North: Reply to Natural Resources Canada Critical Minerals Strategy Discussion Paper Canada’s Critical Mineral Strategy requires specific stand-alone attention to the North. The North should be a specific stand-alone sub-theme and focus area and initiative needs to specifically speak to the implications for the North. Read the Report

An Arctic360 Discussion: Along the (Very) Northern Trail of Canada’s Roosevelt Moment

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Canadian Roundtable: Mechanisms to Advance Safe and Reliable Marine Shipping in the Arctic

Canadian Roundtable: Mechanisms to Advance Safe and Reliable Marine Shipping in the ArcticOn the March 28, 2019, Arctic360 convened the first workshop in Canada that brought together the marine insurance industry, financial institutions, Northerners, the federal government, and academics to discuss what mechanisms Canada might pursue to ensure safe and reliable marine shipping in the

The Emerging Economy of the North American Arctic: Infrastructure Investment Analysis

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2018 Investment Conference Report

2018 Investment Conference ReportIn partnership with The Wilson Center’s Polar Initiative, the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History and Trinity College, University of Toronto, Arctic360 hosted the inaugural Arctic Investment Conference. It is only through equal collaboration among those in the North and informed global interests that it will be possible to solve the

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