Northern Perspectives Archive

  • No.4 — Winter 1994-95Sovereignty, Security, and Surveillance in the Arctic No.1 — Spring 1994Managing and Monitoring: Tools for Sustainable Development

    Volume 22 [1994-1995]

    No.4 — Winter 1994-95Sovereignty, Security, and Surveillance in the Arctic No.1 — Spring 1994Managing and Monitoring: Tools for Sustainable Development

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  • No.4 — Winter 1993-94Environmental Clean-up and Sustainable Development in the Circumpolar Arctic No.3 — Fall 1993Creating Nunavut and Breaking the Mold of the Past No.2 — Summer 1993Unfinished Business: Amending […]

    Volume 21 [1993-1994]

    No.4 — Winter 1993-94Environmental Clean-up and Sustainable Development in the Circumpolar Arctic No.3 — Fall 1993Creating Nunavut and Breaking the Mold of the Past No.2 — Summer 1993Unfinished Business: Amending […]

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  • No.2 — Fall-Winter 1992Hydroelectric Power on the Great Whale River: Toward Environmentally Sustainable Development No.1 — Summer 1992Indigenous Knowledge

    Volume 20 [1992]

    No.2 — Fall-Winter 1992Hydroelectric Power on the Great Whale River: Toward Environmentally Sustainable Development No.1 — Summer 1992Indigenous Knowledge

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  • No.4 — Winter 1991CARC 1991 Annual Report:  Two Decades of Change in Canada’s North No.3 — Autumn 1991Sustainable Development in the Hudson Bay / James Bay Bioregion No.2 — Summer […]

    Volume 19 [1991]

    No.4 — Winter 1991CARC 1991 Annual Report:  Two Decades of Change in Canada’s North No.3 — Autumn 1991Sustainable Development in the Hudson Bay / James Bay Bioregion No.2 — Summer […]

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  • No.4 — November-December 1990 Nunavut Revisited – Nation Building in Canada’s North No.3 — September-October 1990Arctic Pollution: How Much is Too Much? No.2 — March-April 1990Life on the Edge: The Inuit […]

    Volume 18 [1990]

    No.4 — November-December 1990 Nunavut Revisited – Nation Building in Canada’s North No.3 — September-October 1990Arctic Pollution: How Much is Too Much? No.2 — March-April 1990Life on the Edge: The Inuit […]

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  • No.3 — August-October 1989 GOSSIP: A Spoken History of Women in the North No.1 — January-March 1989 Future Imperfect: A controversial report on the prospects for Inuit society strikes a nerve in the […]

    Volume 17 [1989]

    No.3 — August-October 1989 GOSSIP: A Spoken History of Women in the North No.1 — January-March 1989 Future Imperfect: A controversial report on the prospects for Inuit society strikes a nerve in the […]

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  • No.4 — July-August 1988The Soviet North No.3 — May-June 1988Along for the Ride?  Northern Canadians Ponder Their Place on the Free Trade Track No.2 — March-April 1988Mining the Popular Wisdom […]

    Volume 16 [1988]

    No.4 — July-August 1988The Soviet North No.3 — May-June 1988Along for the Ride?  Northern Canadians Ponder Their Place on the Free Trade Track No.2 — March-April 1988Mining the Popular Wisdom […]

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  • No.5 — December 1987A Question of Degrees – Climactic change could radically alter our traditional view of the Arctic No.4 — November 1987Arctic Fisheries: New Approaches for Troubled Waters No.2 […]

    Volume 15 [1987]

    No.5 — December 1987A Question of Degrees – Climactic change could radically alter our traditional view of the Arctic No.4 — November 1987Arctic Fisheries: New Approaches for Troubled Waters No.2 […]

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  • No.5 — November-December 1986CARC 1986 Report No.4 — September-October 1986Being There – The legitimacy of Canada’s claim in the High Arctic rests, in part, on a strong civilian and military […]

    Volume 14 [1986]

    No.5 — November-December 1986CARC 1986 Report No.4 — September-October 1986Being There – The legitimacy of Canada’s claim in the High Arctic rests, in part, on a strong civilian and military […]

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