While Nunavut continues to struggle with a lack of economic activity, Paul Pryce discusses the promise a proposed Arctic port holds for the future of Nunavut.
In a continuing series on the Arctic, Paul Pryce casts doubt on a proposed expansion of the Canadian military’s Arctic Training Centre in Nunavut.
In a series on Arctic security, Paul Pryce argues that Nunavut requires two
things to attain self-sufficiency: market access and devolution.
The Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare Centre is exploring the potential for airships to patrol Canada’s Arctic. Paul Pryce discusses the feasibility.
Funding has been announced for a new deepwater port in Iqaluit, but Paul Pryce questions whether this is the best location for Nunavut’s future prosperity.
Paul Pryce highlights the upcoming procurement of a new rifle for the Canadian Rangers, an important branch of the Canadian Army. After 70 years, a replacement was sorely needed.