News Energy General
July 2, 2020  

100 degrees in Siberia? How Arctic heat wave follows a disturbing pattern

The Arctic is warming at roughly twice the rate of the globe as a whole

News General
June 25, 2020  

UN evaluates reports of record Arctic heat in Siberia

The area has been hit by wildfires that have driven up temperatures.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
January 14, 2020  

More shippers and shipping companies promise to avoid Arctic routes

The signatories control about one-third of the shipping industry by market share.

News Manufacturing Sustainability
November 19, 2019  

Arctic in hot water: Sea ice minimal in Chukchi, Bering seas

Researchers are studying waves and how they may pummel the northern Alaska coastline.

News Manufacturing General
November 13, 2019  

Delivery of navy’s first Arctic patrol ship delayed until 2020

Irving Shipbuilding has four of the Harry DeWolf-class of vessels under construction in Halifax.

News Electronics Government Manufacturing General
July 22, 2019  

Huawei Canada says it met federal Arctic 4G security requirements

Chinese telecom is waiting for a federal decision on supplying equipment for next-generation 5G wireless networks.

News Government General
May 28, 2019  

Canada files North Pole competing claim with Russia, Denmark

Canada has submitted its scientific argument for control of a vast portion of the Arctic seabed to the UN body that will evaluate it.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
May 8, 2019  

Greenhouse gases causing Arctic seas to acidify quicker: report

Predicts the Beaufort Sea will be corrosive enough within a decade to make it hard for clams or crabs to create shells.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 7, 2019  

Pompeo says Canadian claim to Northwest Passage is ‘illegitimate’

Warned against China’s increased Arctic presence, threatens North American security.

News Government General
April 11, 2019  

Committee calls on Canada to co-operate with NATO to respond to Russia in Arctic

Russian President Vladimir Putin has outlined an ambitious plan to increase Russia’s Arctic presence.

News Food & Beverage Manufacturing General
March 13, 2019  

Clearwater and 14 First Nations reach 50-year Arctic surf clam deal

Agreement protects existing fishery jobs while creating economic and employment opportunities.

News Minerals General
March 4, 2019  

Federal funds to kick start planning work on road to central Arctic tundra

The road could unlock the mineral wealth of Canada’s North.

News Government Manufacturing General
February 11, 2019  

Russian fighters in Arctic spark debate on Canada’s place

Canada needs to keep pace if only because it can’t count on the current international order to hold: analyst.

News General
January 16, 2019  

Fortified Arctic infrastructure needed in face of climate change: study

Scientists warn Canada’s northwest corner is warming more quickly than almost any other spot on the globe.

News Government General
October 24, 2018  

Canadian Coast Guard to increase focus on Arctic through creation of new branch

Critics say more is needed than reorganization, coast guard is underfunded.

News Manufacturing General Sustainability
April 2, 2018  

Small Arctic climate changes make big difference in ecosystem: study

Even a one-degree increase is melting permafrost, shrinking glaciers, and increasing sediment.

News Manufacturing Transportation Facilities Maintenance General
August 18, 2017  

Thales Canada gets $5.2B Arctic fleet service contract

Work to be completed in Canada, except when the ships need work overseas.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
June 30, 2017  

Seeking energy dominance by exporting oil, gas and coal to global markets.

Seeking energy dominance by exporting oil, gas and coal to global markets.

News Manufacturing General
March 15, 2017  

Large area of acidified water found in western Arctic Ocean

Related to absorption of increasing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas Business Operations Economy General Sustainability
December 21, 2016  

Offshore ban in Arctic will cost northern economy, NWT premier says

Trudeau defends decision, says measure will protect the Arctic from an oil spill under sea ice.

News Energy Manufacturing General
June 1, 2016  

Study suggests wind, solar power options in Arctic

Technical challenges largely overcome; would replace aging diesel generators.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
April 12, 2016  

Green group files lawsuit over ‘expired’ Shell Arctic oil permits

World Wildlife Fund asking Federal Court to declare them invalid.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
March 9, 2016  

Five things to know about ‘short lived’ Arctic pollutants

Washington and Ottawa continue to work on new climate measures.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
September 29, 2015  

Fallout feared following Shell ending Arctic drilling

Alaska needs to get oil in its 800-mile pipeline to fuel its economy.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General Sustainability
August 18, 2015  

Obama called on Arctic drilling approval

Environmental groups say go-ahead clashes with global warming message.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
April 17, 2015  

$2M for cleantech development in BC, Alberta

Innovation centre will help bring new tech from testing to market.

News Government General Operations Sustainability
March 26, 2014  

Arctic shipping remains a dream for now, transport minister says

Lisa Raitt says delay’s not a bad thing, as lawmakers now have time to prepare safety protocols to protect the region.

News Business Operations
April 15, 2013  

Iceland signs a free trade agreement with China

First European country to do so; expands China’s influence in the Arctic.

News Sustainability
June 11, 2012  

Climate change impact coming sooner than you think: U of W report

Canada will warm up to 2˚C by 2020, 4˚C by 2050; immediate action needed.

News General
May 31, 2012  

Scientists troubled as GHG pass key milestone

The world’s air has reached what scientists call a troubling new milestone for carbon dioxide, the main global warming pollutant.

News General
February 16, 2012  

Ottawa signs umbrella ship deal with Irving

The federal government has signed an umbrella agreement with the Irving shipyard in Halifax, a step towards building Canada’s next fleet of navy ships.

News General
September 10, 2010  

DEW wins $15.4M contract to heat up Canadian Forces

DEW heaters primarily operate on diesel fuel and share