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Protocols for Adaptive Water Governance

Published: 
October 22, 2014

The Program on Water Issues (POWI) has released a new paper on the future of the Columbia River Treaty. Read it here.

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Climate change will "affect our way of life" say NWT youth in new documentary film

Published: 
May 15, 2013

The Land of our Future, created by students in Yellowknife, looks at the impacts of climate change in the North.

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'Are we ready' for emergencies in Canada's Arctic?

Published: 
May 10, 2013

A new info-graphic created by OpenCanada.org looks at search and rescue operations in the Canadian Arctic.

Sara French on BNN's Headline

Published: 
March 15, 2013

Watch Sara French on BNN as she discusses governance and economic development in the Arctic.

Op-ed – Clock is ticking: Canada must show Arctic leadership

Published: 
January 31, 2013

Read former Gordon Foundation board member Jennifer Welsh's Globe and Mail op-ed on Canada's chairmanship of the Arctic Council.

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Documentary film to show climate change effects in NWT

Published: 
January 31, 2013

A group of high school students has created a documentary film on how climate change has affected life in the NWT. Watch the trailer here.

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Op-ed: Russia turns back the clock

Published: 
January 10, 2013

Read Thomas S. Axworthy's op-ed on RAIPON's suspension, published in Embassy Magazine on Jan. 9, 2013.

Employment Opportunity: Program Coordinator

Published: 
December 20, 2012

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JAN. 11. We are seeking a Program Coordinator for the Jane Glassco Northern Fellowship program. Apply here.

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Sara French speaks to parliamentary committee

Published: 
November 28, 2012

Listen to Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program Manager Sara French's recent speech to a parliamentary committee about the Arctic Council.

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Gordon Foundation reacts to RAIPON suspension

Published: 
November 15, 2012

Read Thomas Axworthy's letter to Senior Arctic Officials on the Russian Ministry of Justice's decision to suspend RAIPON.

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