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Arctic Corridors and Northern Voices: Governing marine transportation in the Canadian Arctic (Gjoa Haven, Nunavut Community report)

Natalie Ann Carter, Jackie Dawson, Jenna Joyce & Annika Ogilvie
Corridors have been mapped in the Arctic Ocean as part of the Low Impact Shipping Corridors Initiative co-led by Transport Canada, the Canadian Coast Guard, and Canadian Hydrographic Service. Low impact shipping corridors are the current framework for governing shipping in the Canadian Arctic. The intent of the low impact shipping corridors is to reduce the likelihood of marine incidents by providing predictable levels of service to mariners transiting the corridors. Identification of Inuit and...

Emerging Adults & Prosocial Behaviour On- and Offline

Sarah Jayne A. Connick-Keefer, Robert Hill & Stuart I. Hammond
Poster presented at the 43rd Association for Moral Education Conference 2017, Saint Louis, MO. Social media has become integrated into the daily lives of most emerging adults as a means of general communication as well as a source of social and global information; what is less well known is how emerging adults use social media to help others. Most literature on online prosocial behaviour focuses on traditional volunteerism and charitable giving, or on how online...

Arctic Corridors and Northern Voices: Governing marine transportation in the Canadian Arctic (Gjoa Haven, Nunavut Community report)

Natalie Ann Carter, Jackie Dawson, Jenna Joyce & Annika Ogilvie
Corridors have been mapped in the Arctic Ocean as part of the Low Impact Shipping Corridors Initiative co-led by Transport Canada, the Canadian Coast Guard, and Canadian Hydrographic Service. Low impact shipping corridors are the current framework for governing shipping in the Canadian Arctic. The intent of the low impact shipping corridors is to reduce the likelihood of marine incidents by providing predictable levels of service to mariners transiting the corridors. Identification of Inuit and...

Arctic Corridors and Northern Voices: Governing marine transportation in the Canadian Arctic (Arviat, Nunavut community report).

Natalie Ann Carter, Jackie Dawson, Jenna Joyce & Annika Ogilvie
Arctic ship traffic has increased by more than 75% since 2005. Most of that increase happened in Nunavut waters. Corridors have been mapped in the Arctic Ocean as part of the Low Impact Shipping Corridors Initiative co-led by Transport Canada, the Canadian Coast Guard, and Canadian Hydrographic Service. Low impact shipping corridors are the current framework for governing shipping in the Canadian Arctic. The intent of the low impact shipping corridors is to reduce the...

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