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Aurelie Delaforge did not purposefully seek this monster out in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. But she found one while living on an ice camp.

Monster discovered in Canadian Arctic

October 19, 2017 — 
Graduate student Aurelie Delaforge discovered Canada’s first scientifically sound monster lurking under ice

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NY Times: Canadian Town, Isolated After Losing Rail Link, ‘Feels Held Hostage’

August 31, 2017 — 
"We can expect more of this — one-in-100-year flood events"

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Wpg Free Press: Emission action needed or issues will get worse: climate change scientist

April 26, 2017 — 
The world is heating up — and much more quickly than expected, a recent Arctic research report states.

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Ship going through Arctic ice

International team of researchers release status report on changing Arctic

April 25, 2017 — 
SWIPA give politicians and the public an understanding of what is occurring in this vital landscape

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An Inuit hunters walks on sea ice

Vote: SIKU mapping platform a finalist for Google challenge

March 22, 2017 — 
“We’re a small charity with a big heart. This funding will go a long way toward achieving our goals and helping Inuit communities address long-standing priorities for environmental and community health.”

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The research icebreaker CCGS Amundsen

Nat’l Post: With a key Arctic research project set to close in 2018, the Trudeau government ponders next steps

January 9, 2017 — 
“(ArcticNet) has not only been useful, it has been outstanding,” said David Barber.

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CBC The 180: The cold truth about wind chill

December 19, 2016 — 
U of M grad student sets the record straight

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Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

‘Genice’: Genomics and Ice

December 8, 2016 — 
New research project partners teams at Universities of Manitoba and Calgary to study the impact of oil spills in Arctic environments

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Yahoo!: Meet the Arctic’s New Top Predator—Killer Whales

December 7, 2016 — 
Sea ice experts explains why food chain is changing in Arctic

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Free Press, Metro, et al.: Gov’t will pour $9M into Churchill scientific facility

August 11, 2016 — 
Supported by government, the University of Manitoba is taking the lead in understanding how ice and oil mix.

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