August 19, 2011

Ottawa Must Pay to Be Player in Arctic

Matthew Fisher, Edmonton Journal

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If Canada wants to shape events in the Arctic, it will cost billions.

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TAGGED: Arctic Ocean, Arctic Council, Arctic Circle, Greenland, Denmark, United States, Russia, Ottawa, Canada

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