Dr. Jessica Shadian spoke to the Financial Post about the new budget from Ottawa and what the lack of a federal long term strategy means for building infrastructure in the Canadian North.
The Arctic benefits from co-operation between the five coastal nations: Canada, Denmark, Norway, Russia and the United States. Why is multilateralism the preferred approach to managing the challenges facing the Far North? In an interview with Bloomberg TV Canada’s Rudyard Griffiths, Mike Sfraga, director of the Wilson Center's revitalized polar initiative, and Jessica Shadian, senior fellow at the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, explain the geopolitical impact of the arctic melt.
Dr. Jessica Shadian (Arctic360 Founder and CEO), Clint Davis (Managing Director of Acasta Capital Indigenous) and Mead Treadwell (former Lieutenant Governor of Alaska and president of Pt. Capital) discuss why Canada has to up its game in the Arctic or else lose out on participating in an emerging economy.