Demand is up and supply is low ahead of the summer thaw, but no shortage expected
The change comes after Kugluktuk eliminated limits in a 2018 vote
A federally funded programme seeks to help make young Inuit in Nunavut more resilient
Polar bears do not normally come as far as the south shore of the St. Lawrence River. This polar bear’s advance this far south has been its undoing.
Located above the Arctic Circle, Shungnak expects solar power to replace as much of a fifth of its diesel consumption
Both penguins and IAATO’s Antarctic Ambassador program celebrate their day of honor on April 25.
Journalists are leaving the field for higher pay at the employers they once might have reported about
In June, numerous experts will gather at an international symposium on Cryosphere and Climate Change in Davos in honor of Konrad Steffen.
For the first time in the history of the Royal Navy, a woman has been elevated to the rank of captain and placed in command its only ice-capable ship.
Renowned Scottish Polar guide and artist Bill Smith has been awarded Honorary Lifetime Guardian of South Georgia due to his fundraising contributions for various conservation projects.
A Swiss start-up company wants to combine ice cream with Arctic products to give people a taste of the High North.
A papal visit to apologise for church abuses would not be unprecedented, but indigenous groups say it is essential
After a three-year break, the company Hvalur hf. wants to continue the actually unprofitable whaling in Icelandic fishing areas.
The €100,000 Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award will be awarded in two categories this year and nominations can now be submitted.
The French icebreaker “Le Commandant Charcot” and the US icebreaker “Polar Star” are very close to each other when reaching the southernmost point for ships.
Besides the best conditions for various skiing sports, Norway has even more to offer for the hardcore – perfect waves for surfers.
Greenland’s lone athlete at the Winter Olympics must compete under the Danish flag
Around Andøya, whales can finally be seen again and the largest tour provider can bring guests closer to the gentle giants once more.
Italian extreme cyclist Omar Di Felice wants to promote compliance with the 1.5°C limits of the climate agreement with a tour in eight Arctic nations.
A branch of the Hurtigruten company, the captain of the “Roald Amundsen” and the ship’s doctor have been fined heavily for the 2020 COVID outbreak.
Europe’s largest center for virtual worlds and e-sports is to be built on the northern Norwegian island of Andøya.
The northern part of Norway needs a new way for access due to avalanches
In the three Scandinavian countries, 96 wolves are to be culled. However, an injunction stopped the killing of 25 wolves in the protected area in Norway.
A failure to invest in maintenance is starting to show