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By David McRobert

every one iteration of Canadians has “discovered” the Arctic and in a fashion, redefined itself relating to it. commonly this re-discovery is followed through an expression of shock over sovereignty declare to the islands and waters of the north. the significance of sovereignty has once more develop into a massive predicament as a result of weather switch and strain to discover the Arctic being exerted by way of Russia, Denmark, Canada, and the U.S. and others international locations, together with China and India, to improve and take advantage of oil, fuel and mineral resources.

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