During an 1100-mile sailing trip up the Labrador coast last summer, Trevor Taylor, vice-president of Oceans North, saw many signs of the fisheries collapse in the 1980s and 1990s due to overfishing.
Tapping into hunters' traditional knowledge allows for more effective wildlife management in Greenland.
In advance of the meeting of G7 environment ministers, Oceans North and Ocean Conservancy have released a report with recommendations for combating marine plastic debris in the world's oceans.
Our team travels to the top of Nunavut's Mount Herodier to install two time-lapse cameras which monitor sea ice conditions in the Arctic's Eclipse Sound.
Iqaluit school children create new music video to celebrate protection of Arctic corals, sponges and seapens.
An Ottawa workshop recommends how Canada can lead the way with G7 countries in cleaning up marine debris.
A new report urges Canada's federal government to establish a national marine conservation area to protect the beluga estuaries of Manitoba's Western Hudson Bay.
Cambridge Bay community members shared their concerns about the impact of increased Arctic shipping during a workshop organized by the University of Ottawa's Environment, Society and Policy Group and Oceans North.
Canada's Department of Fisheries and Oceans banned bottom-contact fishing gear in three large areas in the eastern Arctic Ocean to protect cold-water corals, sponges and sea-pens.
Ship traffic has more than doubled in Canada's Arctic over the last decade. A new report from Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) responds to this challenge and offers a new perspective.
On a warm summer day, I joined two dozen youth and elders from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut on a 50-kilometre journey by aluminum motor boats and motorized freighter canoes to Iqaluktuuq, a traditional fishing site. Known in the Inunniaqtun language as “A Place of Many Arctic Char,” we traveled there for a five-day elder-youth camp...