We need science in support of discovery and sovereignty in Canada’s Arctic
Canada must continue to invest and lead by showing the world not just what science is important in the Arctic, but also how science should be done.
Innovation, Science, and Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne, left, and Northern Affairs Minister Dan Vandal. Canada remains the only Arctic nation without an Arctic science plan and even non-Arctic nations are all purported to be investing more in Arctic science over the next decade than Canada, writes Jackie Dawson. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade