A Northern moment
In this video series, we explore community-based projects in Canada's North and Arctic regions.
Check out these videos to learn about what Indigenous, industry, government and local leaders are doing to help positively impact Northern communities today and for future generations.
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Duration : 8:40
Learn more about how the Government of Canada and Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency support Indigenous economic development projects in Nunavut and what it means for regional economic development, for Nunavut and for the Northern economy.
Through the Government of Canada's Indigenous Community-Based Climate Monitoring Program, a collaborative climate monitoring initiative is being led by Carcross/Tagish First Nation and Tsay Keh Dene.
Learn how the Government of Canada and Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency support fisheries and sealing projects in Nunavut to create new jobs and opportunities for Nunavummiut.
Learn how our Northern REACHE Program supports Nihtat Energy Ltd. and Aurora Research Institute to help communities use biomass to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels.
Minister of Northern Affairs Dan Vandal takes a virtual tour of the Eureka Weather Station on Ellesmere Island, Nunavut. Join Minister Vandal as he talks with staff and scientists to learn more about climate change in the North.
Minister Daniel Vandal, Yukon Premier Sandy Silver, and Member of Parliament Larry Bagnell announce a research program that focuses on gathering and assessing information needed to support Yukon's strategic recovery from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Find out what the Task Force on Northern Post-Secondary Education is doing to reduce gaps in education and skills-training and improve education opportunities and outcomes in Canada's North and Arctic.
Members of the Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in, Taku River Tlingit and Carcross/Tagish First Nations in Northern BC and Yukon and MGrid Energy Inc. met with Minister Vandal to talk about their microgrid projects and reducing reliance on diesel fuel.
The Harvesters Support Grant improves access to traditional foods and lowers the high costs of hunting and harvesting.
Harvesters Support Grant and the Young Hunters Program are coming together to build climate resilience, improve food security and increase community wellness and connection in Arviat. Coordinators and participants talk with Minister Vandal about the program.
Being able to travel on ice is import for people across the North, especially Inuit. The impacts of climate change are making ice travel more and more dangerous. Learn about SmartICE's technology and how it can help Northern communities adapt.
The SmartICE team talks with Minister Vandal and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister Jones about how their leading-edge technology works at their production centre in Nain, Labrador.
Minister Vandal talks with youth and an Elder from Tuktoyaktuk, NWT to talk about how residents came together to address the impacts of climate change in their small coastal community.
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