Canada's Arctic and Northern Policy, Shared Arctic Leadership Model, devolution in Nunavut, improvements to Nutrition North Canada, climate change adaptation programs.
Funding for free menstrual products
Since November 2021, the department has been engaging with Indigenous partners in the North and the territorial and provincial governments to identify the partners that are best placed to receive funding and provide free menstrual products in Northern schools.
Funding to Indigenous partners and territorial governments in Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Inuit Nunangat started in March 2022 and the roll-out of this initiative is underway.
Information on this initiative is available through ISC regional offices.
Services and information
A framework prepared by the Government of Canada and its partners to empower people and communities to work together for a vibrant, prosperous and sustainable region.
Learn about Indigenous people of the Arctic.
Working together to close the gaps and improve post-secondary education in the North and Arctic.
Learn about oil and gas exploration in Canada's North.
How territorial governments take on province-like powers and responsibilities.
Learn about the subsidy program to provide Northerners in isolated communities with improved access to perishable nutritious food.
Learn about funding available to help Northern communities monitor, address and adapt to climate change.
Learn about regulatory regimes in the North and their role in assessing environmental impacts.
Managing, reducing and eliminating risks to human and environmental health at federal contaminated sites in the North.
Remediating the largest abandoned mines in Yukon and the Northwest Territories.
Apply to reduce and, where possible, eliminate contaminants in the Canadian Arctic.
Learn about the development and management of minerals in Nunavut.
Learn about CIRNAC's role in Canada's work and cooperation with other Artic nations.
Video series about positive change in Northern communities.
Fiscal management, land management and land-related legislation for First Nations in Yukon and the Northwest Territories.