Indigenous peoples of the north are finding themselves at the center of a geopolitical climate change bomb that they did not cause.
The plant’s two reactors sit atop a nearly 500-foot platform, which will be pulled by tugboats through the Northern Sea Route
An eye-opening trip through the Northwest Passage.
Unprecedented ice melt made my rowing expedition through the Northwest Passage possible, and I saw what happens when grizzlies and polar bears share territory.
In 2016, a family of seven—including a baby—sailed through the Northwest Passage on a 50-foot boat to document climate change.
"Before the [outsiders] arrived, Inuit fended for themselves by using the animals. We survived by ourselves."
The Crystal Serenity cruise ship docked on Monday in Cambridge Bay, a hamlet of about 1,500 people in Canada's Nunavut territory, where hundreds of eager tourists were shuttled to shore.
New data released Friday details "new normal" for sea ice, while a luxury liner will soon carve a once-impassable route through Canada's Arctic.
Critics worry that the Crystal Serenity’s voyage is only the first of many.
Arctic sea ice once prevented ships from installing the undersea cables that support the internet. That’s no longer the case.
When good propaganda goes bad.
Heritage Canada turns its history into a choose-your-own-adventure.