Canada’s Arctic aim
Harper pushes control of north; money for mapping, military, icebreaker
For Petroleum News
A C$100 million Arctic geomapping program, northern military training exercises, tougher rules for foreign ships plying what Canada deems to be its sovereign Arctic territory and a new C$720 million Coast Guard icebreaker — they’re all part of Canada’s strategy to assert its claims to Arctic waters....
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Mapping a 5-year exercise
Private exploration expected
Pollution act to be extended
Harper a Mac believer
Complex regulations an issue
Alaska closing gap
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