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JOB OPENING: Part-Time Research Administrative Coordinator – 18-month maternity leave contract

The ESPG team has an opening for a part-time Research Administrative Coordinator, to fill an 18 month maternity leave. The position is expected to start in Sept 2019 and applications are being accepted until Aug 6 2019. Please see the attached information for more details on this […]

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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Environmental Change and Arctic Shipping

Check out the exciting new postdoc opportunity with the ESPG lab! Postdoctoral Fellowship in Environmental Change and Arctic Shipping. Join our team! Application deadline July 29. See posting for full details.

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Hivunikhavut – Our Future

Hivunikhavut - Our Future

Community reacher lead Natalie Carter makes as cameo in this film on Arctic Scenario planing. Natalie participated as an invited speaker and expert in this marine spatial planning exercise using scenario building in Cambridge Bay in 2018.

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Natalie Carter Research Profile featured in the Journal of Ocean Technology Issue: V14N1 (Spring 2019) – Technology and Traditional Knowledge

Want to know more about the Arctic Corridors and Northern Voices community research lead and ESPG post doc Natalie Carter. Check out her research profile published in The Journal of Ocean Technology Issue: V14N1 (Spring 2019) – Technology and Traditional Knowledge in their Lodestar section.

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Radio-Canada interview with ESPG’s Jamie D’Souza

ESPG’s Master Student  Jamie D’Souza talks about her research on tourism and climate change in Churchill, Manitoba  https://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1132000/tourisme-churchill-manitoba-rechauffement-climatique-ours-blanc-polaire?fbclid=IwAR14IXz4bhIHLOpgAihUcOKrAsjNDOTxH3mZVywDxy-CO1QLADGIyJaXLho  

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Ms. Scientist Film

A documentary by Brandy Yanchyk about Canadian women’s experiences as they become leaders in the world of science https://watch.cbc.ca/media/media/absolutely-canadian/episode-17/38e815a-00f433343a9  

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Shipping Traffic in Canadian Arctic Nearly Triples

A new study on shipping in Canada’s Arctic has found that traffic in the region almost tripled between 1990-2015. Shipping Traffic in Canadian Arctic Nearly Triples  

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Cambridge Bay Community Shares Concerns About Impact of Arctic Shipping

Cambridge Bay Community Shares Concerns About Impact of Arctic Shipping  

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Research Spotlight: Dr. Jackie Dawson

“Governing shipping in the Arctic is extremely complex and it requires collaboration and respect.” – Dr. Jackie Dawson Research Spotlight: Dr. Jackie Dawson  

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Researchers look at shipping impacts on sensitive Nunavut sites

Lancaster Sound and Franklin wrecks seen as special concerns http://alan.forestwebdev.ca/2018/08/13/researchers-look-at-shipping-impacts-on-sensitive-nunavut-sites/

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