An Arctic Balancing Act

Canada assumes the chairmanship of the Arctic Council amid little-noticed passage of a federal bill that “tips the balance” in favour of mining and energy companies in the North, says an Inuit group. More than $38 billion in new mining projects are awaiting federal approval in the north, by official estimate.

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