Canada gets chilly reception
Insists it has scientific data to back UN case over settling Arctic territorial claims with US in Beaufort, Russia over Lomonosov
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Canada, despite its aggressive stance, finds itself out in the cold, sharply at odds with Russia and lagging behind other Polar nations as resource-rich offshore territories start to get carved up.
Critics are firing barbs at the Canadian government for failing to resolve its Beaufort Sea boundary d....
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Russia, Norway sign on Barents
Agreement needs ratification
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