Toronto Arctic360 conference tackles business development, international cooperation
TORONTO — Arctic360, the Canadian northern affairs conference, kicked off Tuesday with this year’s event focused on both business and the changing geopolitical context in the circumpolar world.
“It’s been a year since the start of the war in Ukraine and we want to use this year’s conference as an opportunity to take stock on what’s happened, as well as where we’re going in terms of collaboration and cooperation,” Jessica Shadian, president and CEO of Arctic360 told Eye on the Arctic.
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