Canadian military relies on Inuit knowledge to assert Arctic sovereignty

Operation Nanook is the annual Northern military sovereignty exercise where the Canadian armed forces remind the world they can and do operate in the Arctic.

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Operation Nanook is the annual Northern military sovereignty exercise where the Canadian armed forces remind the world they can and do operate in the Arctic.

In order for these soldiers to survive, however, they need to rely on some local Inuit knowledge.

APTN’s Steve Mongeau joined the Canadian Rangers on the tundra and has this story.

 


1 thought on “Canadian military relies on Inuit knowledge to assert Arctic sovereignty

  1. Recognizing Inuit sovereignty would also be a good showing of Canada’s Arctic sovereignty to the rest of the globe.

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