Northern Perspectives: 20 Year Index
1973 -1993

Compiled by Christine Ashley Firth

SUBJECT HEADINGS
Aboriginal Title
Accountability, Public
Archeology
Arctic Council Panel
Arctic Marine Conservation Strategy
Arctic Ocean Programme
Arctic Pilot Project
Arctic Science
Beaufort Sea Alliance, The
Beaufort Sea
Berger Inquiry
Bills, Parliamentary
Caribou
CARC
Circumpolar Issues
Climate
Committee for Original Peoples
Entitlement (COPE)

Counseil Attikamek Montagnais
Council for Yukon Indians
Cree, The
Dene Nation, The
EARP
Ecology
Environment Canada, Department of
Environmental Committee of Sanikiluaq
Environmental Impact Assessment
Environmental Protection Board
Federal Energy Policy
Federal EA Policy
Fish
Free Trade
Gas, Liquid Natural
Greenland
Health
Highways
Hudson Bay Program, The
Hydroelectric Power
Indian Affairs and Northern
Development, Dep't. of

Indigenous Knowledge
Intervenors
Interviews, CARC
Inuit, The
Kaska-Dena, The
Labrador Inuit Association (LIA)
Lancaster Sound
Land Claims
Land Use Policy and Planning
Land Use Regulations, Territorial
Legislation
Marine Transport, Arctic
Metis Association of the N.W.T.
Mining
National Energy Board
National Energy Policy
Native Northerners
Native Rights
Nishga Tribal Council
Northern Development
Northwest Territories
Nunavut
Offshore Drilling
Oil
Petroleum, Arctic
Pipeline Construction
Pipelines
Pollution
Pulp and Paper
Railways, Arctic
Rawson Academy of Aquatic Science
Roads
Sovereignty
Soviet Union, The
Taku River Tlingit
Tungavik Federation of Nunavut, The
Water
Wildlife
Yukon 2000
Yukon Territory

Authors are listed alphabetically

CARC thanks the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Department of Renewable Resources of the Government of the Northwest Territories and the Polar Delta Project for their financial support in preparing and publishing this index.


Aboriginal Title. See also Land Claims

Aboriginal Land Rights: A Canadian's Impression; in Australia.Constance D. Hunt. VIII #5 ('80) pp2-10

Alaska: The Alaska Native Claims Review. The Hon. Thomas R. Berger. 13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): pp2-4

Australia: Native Rights in Another Land.CARC ed. VIII #5 ('80) pp1-12

Behind the Façade: What the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Means to Village Alaska. Adapted from "Village Journey: the Report of the Alaska Native Review Commission", by Thomas Berger, for the ICC.Thomas R. Berger. 13 # 4 (Sep-Oct '85): pp1-10

Canada: The Extinguishment Question. Stated objections of the Council for Yukon Indians, with a response by the Hon. David Crombie. CARC ed.13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): pp8-9

CARC's Brief to the Task Force on Native Claims Policy. CARC ed. 13 #5 (Nov '85): pp1-12

"Caribou Eskimos" v. The Canadian Legal System; the Baker Lake decision. H. Herchmer. VIII #3 ('80): pp2-8

Constructive Damage to the Status Quo: the Rights of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada and the Circumpolar North. Issue devoted to comments from participants in aboriginal rights fora in Alaska, Greenland, Norway, and Canada. CARC ed. 13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): pp 1-12

Greenland: On Leaving the EEC. Moses Olsen. 13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): p5

Impact of Inuit Rights on Arctic Waters. Marc Denhez. 10 #5 (Sep-Oct '82): pp2-8

In Search of Common Ground: Ottawa Rethinks Its Approach to Comprehensive Claims. John Merritt 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp1-4

Inuit Leader on Norwegian Situation - May 1981. Interview with Mark Gordon, VP Makivik Corporation. 9#3 ('81): pp7-8

Inuvialuit Land Rights: A Commentary. Constance D. Hunt. 6 #4 ('78): pp1-4

Inuvialuit Land Rights: Summary of Joint Position Paper; between COPE and the federal government.CARC ed. 6 #4 ('78): pp5-10

Inuvialuit Nunangat 'The Land of our Children". Issue devoted to rights, and the ILC. 6 #4 ('78): pp1-12

James Wah-Shee in France. James Wah-Shee; address to the FifthInternational Congress of the Fondation Française d'Etudes Nordiques on Arctic oil and gas, at Le Havre, May, 1973. 1 #7 (Jul-Aug '73): p5

Labrador Inuit Land Claims: Aboriginal Rights and Interests v. Federal and Provincial Responsibilities and Authorities. Veryan Haysom. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp6-1

Lessons of Self-government and Development; in Greenland. Peter Jull. VII #8 ("79): pp1-3,6-8

Native Rights - A Background. Don Gamble. 6 #4 ('78): pp11-12

Native Rights and Political Development. CARC ed. 6 #4 ('78): p10

Native Rights in Norway. Issue devoted to the Sami people. CARC ed. 9#3 ('81): pp1-8

Native Rights in the New World; issue includes address by Justice Thomas Berger and paper by the Council for Yukon Indians. VII #4 ('79): pp1-8

Noonkanbah: Aborigines v. Mining Companies; in Australia. CARC ed. VIII #5 ('80) pp11-12

Norway: The Report of the Sami Rights Committee. CARC ed. 13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): pp6-7

Nunavut Revisited: Nation Building in Canada's North; issue on the state of self government in the eastern Arctic, from the TFN/CARC workshop. CARC ed. 18 #4 (Nov-Dec '90): pp1-28

Nunavut. Peter Jull. 10 #2 (Mar '82): pp1-8

Political Development in the Territories: Dene National Assemby - "Metro Proposal". George Erasmus. Excerpts from the Second National Workshop. CARC ed. 6 #3 ('78): pp3-4

Sami Rights and the Alta River.Rune Stormo and Eva Solem. 9#3 ('81): pp2-4

Sikumiut. Issue devoted to Inuit rights on sea ice. CARC ed. 10 #5 (Sep-Oct '82): pp1-8

The Aboriginal Option: A Radical Critique of European Values; From "Self-Government for Northern Peoples: Canada and the Circumpolar North".Peter Jull. 13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): pp10- 12

The Alta Struggle; a chronicle of resistance to the Alta River diversion. Norwegian Sami Association. 9#3 ('81): pp4-6

The Baker Lake Decision. CARC ed. VIII #3 ('80): p1

Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow. Council for Yukon Indians. VII #4 ('79): pp6-8

Accountability, Public

In Defence of Accountability. Excerpt from a paper presented at the SCC Seminar on Northern Development Jan. Andrew R.Thompson.'76. 6 #1 ('78): pp6-8

ALLISON, Lorraine

Caribou: Management of a Vital Resource. Lorraine Allison, from CARC's Second National Workshop. 6 #3 ('78): pp5-6

Obituary: Lorraine Allison 1946-1987. Janet Wright.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): p 20

ANDERSON, Pat

"Little haul road, don't you cry, you'll be a highway by and by." With John Jahn. 4 #4 ('76): pp8-12

Archeology

Archeology in the Northwest Territories: The Intellectual Context. Charles D. Arnold. 10 #6 ;(Nov-Dec '82): pp1-4

Archeology in the Northwest Territories: The Social Context. Robert R. Janes. 10 #6 (Nov-Dec '82): pp5-10

Climate and People in the Prehistoric Arctic. Robert McGhee. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp13-15

Arctic Council Panel

Arctic Council: Canada Prepares for a New Era in Circumpolar Relations. Issue devoted to the feasibility of a new international body, its structure and functions. Arctic Council Panel, CARC ed. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp1-23

Draft Arctic Treaty: An Arctic Region Council International Arctic Co-operation: Scope and Limitations. Excerpted from the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, The Arctic Environment and Canada's International Relations, Ottawa: CARC, 1991. Donat Pharand. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp20-23

International Arctic Co-operation: Scope and Limitations. John Skogan. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp18-19

Pondering an Arctic Council. AKS,CARC ed. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp2-3

To Establish an International Arctic Council: A Framework Report. Arctic Council Panel, CARC ed. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp4-17

Arctic Marine Conservation Strategy

The Arctic Marine Conservation Strategy. Elizabeth Snider. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp11-12

Arctic Ocean Programme

Arctic Marine Transportation: A View from the Bridge; excerpts from the Third National Workshop. Captain T.C.Pullen. 11 #4 (Dec '83): pp5-6

International Legal Issues in Arctic Waters; excerpts from the Third National Workshop. Ken Beauchamp. 11 #4 (Dec '83): pp7-12

Inuit Interests in the Arctic Offshore; excerpts from the Third National Workshop. Peter Jull and Nigel Bankes. 11 #4 (Dec '83): pp3-4

Ocean Policy Making in the Canadian Arctic; excerpts from the Third National Workshop. Hal Mills. 11 #4 (Dec '83): pp2-3

What Future for the Frozen Ocean? Issue featuring excerpts from the Third National Workshop identifying issues arising from offshore development and changes in international law.11 #4 (Dec '83): pp1-12

Arctic Pilot Project, see Marine Transport

Arctic Science

Co-operation in Arctic Science. Walter Slipchenko. 15 #2 (May-Jun '87): pp12-13

Geoscience and Arctic Petroleum.Walter Slipchenko. 15 #2 (May-Jun '87): p13

ARMSTRONG, Terence

From the Barents to the Bering Coming to Grips with a Circumpolar Giant. 16 # 4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp4-5

ARNOLD, Charles D.

Archeology in the Northwest Territories: The Intellectual Context. 10 #6 (Nov-Dec '82): pp1-4

AYLES, G. Burton

Arctic Fisheries Research in Canada: An Informal Perspective.15 #4 (Nov '87): pp13-15

BAIKIE, Dr. Maureen

Perspectives on the Health of the Labrador Inuit. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp21-22

BALLANTYNE, M. A.

The Future of the North. Address to the Hon. J. Munro about previous northern studies and reports. 9#3 ('81): pp6-7

BANKES, Nigel

Inuit Interests in the Arctic Offshore; excerpts from the Third National Workshop. With Peter Jull. 11 #4 (Dec '83): pp3-4

The Status of Hudson Bay. 15 #3 ('87): pp14-15

BARNABY, Joanne

From Recommendations to Policy: Battling Inertia to Obtain a Land Claims Policy. With Terry Fenge. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp12-15

BAYLY, John U.

The Northern Agenda: A Memorandum to the Government of Canada. With other CARC members and friends.12 #2 (Nov '84): p3

BEAKHUST, Grahame

Camps, Dumps, Helicopters; with Sharon Kerr. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): p7

The Report; a case study in the drafting, administration, and enforcement of land management regulations, with Peter Usher. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): p9-12

BEATTIE, (B.Gen Ret'd.) C.E.

Offering Up Canada's North. With B.Gen. (Ret'd.) K.R. Greenaway. 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp5-8

BEAUCHAMP, Ken

International Legal Issues in Arctic Waters; excerpts from the Third National Workshop.11 #4 (Dec '83): pp7-12

Obituary: Kenneth P. Beauchamp 1943-1986. Norman Dale and Enno Harders. 14 #2 (Mar-Apr '86): p7

The Northern Agenda: A Memorandum to the Government of Canada. With other CARC members and friends.12 #2 (Nov '84): p7

The Tanker Proposal and Arctic Ports. 12 #3 (Dec '84): p13

Beaufort Sea Alliance, The

The Beaufort Sea Environmental Assessment: of Panels, Alliances and Hearings. The Beaufort Sea Alliance. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): p4

Beaufort Sea, See also Offshore Drilling

A Beaufort Sea Storm. CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): pp10,12

And Then There Was Nerlerk . . . and Wise Bay. CARC ed. VIII #2 ('80): p11

A Question of Principle: Beaufort Sea Research Coalition Disbands. CARC ed. 10 #4 (Jun-Aug '82): p12

Arctic Seas: Marine Transport. Edgar Dosman. Excerpts from CARC's Second National Workshop. 6 #3 ('78): pp1-2

AWAC Recommendations. The Arctic Waters Advisory Committee's draft Assessment of Environmental Issues Arising from Offshore Drilling Activities of Canmar in the Beaufort Sea. VIII #2 ('80): p12

Biology of the Beaufort Region.Thomas G. Smith. 2 #2 ('73): pp10,12

Beaufort Sea Oil: The Costs of Production.David B. Brooks. VIII #6 ('80): pp2-7

Black Gold Redrilled: Are the Economics of Beaufort Sea Oil Getting Better or Worse? David B. Brooks. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): pp1-4

Development in the Beaufort Sea Region: From EARP to Regional Planning. Terry Fenge. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): pp5-8

Drilling from Man-made Islands.CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): pp5-6

Environmental Assessment and Review: The Case of McKinley Bay. William Rees. VIII #2 ('80): pp2-10

Government at Sea in the Beaufort. CARC ed. VIII #2 ('80): p1

Just What is Approval-in-Principle?CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): p2

Measuring Up: Did the BEARP Fulfil Expectations? Terry Fenge. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp 14-16

Not with a Bang but a BEARP: Report on the Beaufort Sea Environmental Assessment and Review Process. CARC ed. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp1-3

Offshore Drilling in the Beaufort Sea; issue.CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): pp1-12

Offshore Technology and Operations. CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): p3

Physical Environment of the Beaufort Sea. John Sater. 2 #2 ('73): pp6-7

Research in Preparation for Drilling: Who Knows What? CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): pp8-11

Stokes Point Yukon. Peter Burnet. 11 #2 (Mar-Apr '83): pp1-9

The Beaufort Sea Environmental Assessment: Of Panels, Alliances and Hearings. The Beaufort Sea Alliance. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): p4

The Process: Did the BEARP Work? William Rees. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp 4-6

The Scramble to Prepare for Drilling. CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): pp2-4

The Tanker Proposal and Arctic Ports. Ken Beauchamp. 12 #3 (Dec'84): p13

Who Should Intervene in Public Reviews? Nancy MacPherson. 12 #3 (Dec'84): p7

BENNIS

The Impact Policy - Empty Rhetoric, 3 #3 ('75): pp5-6

Berger Inquiry

A Finer Sense of Future; excerpts from the community hearings of the Berger Inquiry. CARC ed. 5 #2 ;('77): pp7-12

Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry, CARC ed. 2 #5 ('74): pp1-2

Northern Assessment Group.CARC ed. 2 #5 ('74): p4

Opening Statements; from selected intervenors (q.v.). CARC ed. 3 #4 ('75): pp8-12

Preliminary Hearings: A Report. Bill McLeod and Steven Shachter. 2 #5 ('74): pp2-4

The Final Argument. From CARC's submission, with recommendations, to the Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline inquiry.CARC ed. 4 #5 ('76): pp1-12, 11 #2 (Mar-Apr '83): pp 10-12

The PAAG Report - Quiet Evidence; assessment of the Pipeline Application Assessment Group. ;Everett B. Peterson. 3 #4 ('75): pp13-14

"We are embarked on a consideration of the future of a great river valley and its people"Justice Berger; the mandate and the mandarins. CARC ed. 3 #4 ('75): pp1-3

BERGER, The Hon. Justice Thomas

A Glance at History. VII #4 ('79): pp1-6

Alaska: The Alaska Native Claims Review.13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): pp2-4

Behind the Façade: What the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Means to Village Alaska. Adapted from "Village Journey: the Report of the Alaska Native Review Commission", by Thomas R. Berger, for the ICC.13 # 4 (Sep-Oct '85): pp1-10

"There is a kind of Conventional Wisdom . . .". Address to the Standing Committee on National Resources and Public Works respecting Frontier Oil and Gas Reserves and Pipelines. 4 #3 ('76) pp1- 10

BIELAWSKI, Ellen

Inuit Indigenous Knowledge and Science in the Arctic. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp5-8

Bills, Parliamentary. See also Legislation

Bill C-25: An Act of Haste An Act of Faith.The Northern Pipeline Act; excerpts from the debate and the committee stage, with questions from CARC and other witnesses. CARC ed. 6 #2 ('78): pp 1-16

BLACK, J.L.

The Soviet Perspective on Canada's North: An Overview of the Literature. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp29-32

BOOTHROYD, Peter

A Study in Democratic Policy. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp19-22

BREGHA, François

Arctic Pilot Project: CARC's Memorandum to Cabinet. 10 #3 (Apr-May '82): pp1-12

Ironclad Committments: The Selling of a Pipeline. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp2-4, 10-14

Motion on Behalf of CARC; National Energy Board Hearings.CARC ed. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): pp7-9

The Challenge of Climatic Change.15 #5 (Dec '87): pp15-16

The Mackenzie Valley Pipeline: Is the Phoenix Rising from the Ashes? CARC's submission to ;the NEB. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): pp2-6

BRIGHAM, Lawson W.

Soviet Arctic Marine Transportation. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp20-23

BRODY, Hugh

Permanence and Change; among the Inuit and Settlers of Labrador, from "Our Footprints are Everywhere: Inuit Land Use and Occupancy in Labrador". LIA 1977.18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp3-5

BROOKS, David B.

Beaufort Sea Oil: The Costs of Production.David B. Brooks. VIII #6 ('80): pp2-7

Black Gold Redrilled: Are the economics of Beaufort Sea Oil Getting Better or Worse? 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): pp1-4

BROWN, Dougald

Arctic Offshore Drilling; issue examining offshore work in several regions. from a CARC book, with Douglas Pimlott . 2 #4 ('74): pp1-8

Northern Transportation: What Happened to the Railway Alternative. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): pp6-8

BURNET, Peter

An Atmosphere of Reconciliation, or the Calm before the Storm? From the Third National Workshop.11 #4 (Jul-Aug '83): p2

Stokes Point Yukon. 11 #2 (Mar-Apr '83): pp1-9

The Northern Agenda: A Memorandum to the Government of Canada. With other CARC members and friends.12 #2 (Nov '84): p5

Paper Sovereignty. 13 # 3 (May-Aug '85): pp 1-7

BUTLER, Jim

The Popular Perspective. Jim Butler. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp10-11

Caribou

Caribou: Management of a Vital Resource. Lorraine Allison, from CARC's Second National Workshop.6 #3 ('78): pp5-6

Convention Between the United States of America and Canada for the Conservation of Migratory Caribou and their Environment. Governments of the United States and Canada. VII #7 ;('79): pp8-11

COPE Statement; on the Caribou Convention. COPE. VII #7 ('79): pp11-12

CUSEC Resolution; the Canada-United States EnvironmentalCouncil, endorsement of the Caribou Convention.CUSEC. VII #7 ('79): pp11-12

Last Chance for the Porcupine Caribou. William Rees, Nancy J. Russell-LeBlond. VII #7 ('79): pp2-7

CARC

1973: Summing Up. Kitson Vincent. 1 #10 (Jan '74): pp1-3

Alaska Highway Gas Pipeline: Financeability Questioned. Reprint of CARC's brief, Foothill's challenge, CARC's defense, and the NEB ruling at the NEB hearings.CARC ed. VII #5 ('79): pp1-8

A Time for Choosing. Issue devoted to CARC's submission to the NEB concerning natural gas export licences from the Delta etc. François Bregha, CARC ed. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): pp1-9

CARC 1979 Report.CARC ed. VIII #1 ('80): pp1-8

CARC 1980 Report. CARC ed. 9 #1 ('81): pp 1-8

CARC 1981 Report. CARC ed. 10 #1 (Jan-Feb '82): pp1-8

CARC 1982 Report. CARC ed. 11 #1 (Jan-Feb '83): pp1-8

CARC 1983 Report. CARC ed. 12 #1 (Jan-Feb '84): pp1-8

CARC 1984 Report. CARC ed. 13 #1 (Jan-Feb '85): pp1-8

CARC Report on 1985. CARC ed. 14 # 1 (Jan-Feb '86): pp 1-12

CARC 1986 Report. CARC ed. 14 # 5 (Nov-Dec '86): pp1-8

CARC 1987 Report. CARC ed. 16 # 1 (Jan-Feb '88): pp1-8

CARC 1991 Annual Report: Two Decades of Change in Canada's North; including results from ;a survey of northern issues.CARC ed. 19 #4 (Winter '91- '92): pp1-8

CARC Field Representative. 1 #9 (Nov '73): p4

CARC's Brief to the Task Force on Native Claims Policy. CARC ed. 13 #5 (Nov '85): pp1-12

Consensus and Confusion: Some Thoughts on the North in 1988 and Advice for the Year Ahead. Special Edition (Jan '89) pp1-2

Committee Members. 1974, 1 #10 (Jan '74): pp1-3

Douglas Pimlott: 1920-1978 Keepsakes.Kitson Vincent. VII #2 ('79): pp7-8

Has Glasnost Come Knocking? John Merritt. Special Edition, with the complete draft of the Canada/Soviet Treaty. (Oct '87): pp1-4

Is There a Future for CARC? An excerpt from the concluding plenary session of the Third National Workshop. 11 #4 (Jul-Aug '83): p8

Northern Resource and Land Use Policy Study; drawn from the analysis of case studies by the Couchiching Study Group in May '77. CARC ed. VII #3 ('79): pp1-8

Nunavut Revisited: Nation Building in Canada's North; issue on the state of self government in the eastern Arctic, from the TFN/CARC workshop. CARC ed. 18 #4 (Nov-Dec '90): pp1-28

Objectives of. 1 #1 (Jan '73): p1

Petroleum Leasing Policy; CARC Seminar. (Mar. '73): p4

Publication of Northern Perspectives. 1 #1 (Jan '73): p1

Second National Workshop. Excerpts from papers on marine transport, political development, caribou, & epilogue. Edgar Dosman, Georges Erasmus, Lorraine Allison, William Rees. CARC ed. 6 #3 ('78): pp1-8

Statement of Objectives. Kitson Vincent, 1 #10 (Jan '74): pp3-4

Sustainable Development in the Hudson Bay/ James Bay Region. CARC, Rawson Academy of Aquatic Science, Environmental Committee of Sanikiluaq. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp3-8

The Final Argument. From CARC's submission, with recommendations, to the Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline inquiry.CARC ed. 4 #5 ('76): pp1-12; reprinted, 11 #2 (Mar-Apr '83): pp10-12

The Northern Agenda: A Memorandum to the Government of Canada; from CARC members and friends.CARC ed. 12 #2 (Nov '84): pp1-8

Third National Workshop. Excerpts from workshop proceedings on national and regional interests in resource management. Hon.Chris Pearson, Hon. Richard Nerysoo, Hon. John Munro, Bob Mitchell, George Barnaby, Herb Norwegian, Bob MacQuarrie, George Francis, John Bayly, Hon. Howard Tracey, Hal Mills, Alastair Lucas, Peter Burnet.CARC ed. 11 #4 (Jul-Aug '83): pp1-8

CHERKASOV, Arkadi

Prospects for Soviet-Canadian Co-operation in the Development of Northern Regions. 16 # 4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp6-8

Circumpolar Issues. See also Greenland, & Soviet Union

Arctic Council: Canada Prepares for a New Era in Circumpolar Relations. Issue devoted to ;the feasibility of a new international body, its structure and functions. Arctic Council Panel, CARC ed. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp1-23

Canada and the United States in the Arctic: Testing the "Special Relationship". Oran R. Young. 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp2-6

Canada in the Circumpolar World; issue examining current & future roles. 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp1-16

CARC Interview: Finn Lynge; member of the European Parliament for Greenland. 15 #2 (May-Jun '87): pp10-11

Co-operation in Arctic Science. Walter Slipchenko. 15 #2 (May-Jun '87): pp12-13

Draft Arctic Treaty: An Arctic Region Council International Arctic Co-operation: Scope and Limitations. Excerpted from the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, The Arctic Environment and Canada's International Relations, Ottawa: CARC, 1991. Donat Pharand. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp20-23

Helsinki Discord. CARC ed. 15 #2 (May-Jun '87): p16

International Arctic Co-operation: Scope and Limitations. John Skogan. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp18-19

Nunavut and the International Arctic.Gordon Robertson. 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp7-8

Pondering an Arctic Council. AKS,CARC ed. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp2-3

The Canada-Scandinavia Axis.Erik Solem. 15 #2 (May-Jun '87): pp14-15

The Challenge of Northern Peoples.Peter Jull. 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp7-8

To Establish an International Arctic Council: A Framework Report. Arctic Council Panel, CARC ed. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp4-17

CLARK, Melvin G.

Northern Waters and Free Trade. WithDonald J. Gamble . 16 #3 (May-Jun '88): pp9-10

CLEMENT, Roland C.

Impact Assessment: A Philosophy. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): pp4-5

Climate

A Question of Degrees. Climatic Change Could Radically Alter our Traditional View of the Arctic. Issue on current thinking. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp1-16

Arctic Ice Cores: Putting Present Climate into Perspective. Roy M. Koerner. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp10-12

Atmospheric and Climatic Change in the Canadian Arctic: Causes, Effects, and Impacts. Barrie Maxwell. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp2-6

Climate and People in the Prehistoric Arctic. Robert McGhee. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp13-15

Effects of Climatic Change on Northern Permafrost. Stuart A. Harris. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp7-9

The Challenge of Climatic Change.François Bregha. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp15-16

Committee for Original Peoples Entitlement (COPE)

COPE Statement; on the Caribou Convention. COPE. VII #7 ('79): pp11-12

Inuvialuit Land Rights: Summary of Joint Position Paper; between COPE and the federal government.CARC ed. 6 #4 ('78): pp5-10

Stokes Point Yukon. Peter Burnet. 11 #2 (Mar-Apr '83): pp1-9

Conseil Attikamek Montagnais

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With theCouncil ;for Yukon Indians, Dene Nation, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Kaska Dena, Labrador Inuit Association, Nishga Tribal Council, Taku ;River Tlingit, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

COOLICAN, Murray

The James Bay Cree. 15 #3 ('87): p13

The Northern Agenda: A Memorandum to the Government of Canada. With other CARC members and friends.12 #2 (Nov '84): p2

Council for Yukon Indians

Canada: The Extinguishment Question. Stated objections of the Council for Yukon Indians, with a response by the Hon. David Crombie. CARC ed.13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): pp8-9

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With theConseil Attikamek Montagnais, Dene Nation, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Kaska Dena, Nishga Tribal Council, Taku River Tlingit, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

Native Rights in the New World; issue includes address by Justice Thomas Berger and paper by the Council for Yukon Indians. VII #4 ('79): pp1-8

Together Today for our Children Tomorrow. VII #4 ('79): pp6-8

CRANITZ, Brenda

Nursing in the North. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p8

Cree, The

The James Bay Cree. Murray Coolican. 15 #3 ('87): p13

CROMMELIN, Michael

Norway, The North Sea, and Canada. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): p5

Oil & Gas Rights on Canada Lands "Plus ça change, plus . . . ; on Canada's petroleum leasing policy. 5 #4 ('77): pp1-5

CUMMING, Peter

Land Regulations in the North. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): p8-9

DAVIDSON, Margaret A.

Conflict over Drilling in Lancaster Sound. With William Rees. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp2-6

DECTER, Michael

Fabian Socialism or Comprehensive Planning. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp23-25

Dene Nation, The

Dene Traditional Knowledge. Martha Johnson. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp3-5

Did the BEARP Panel Listen to Northerners? The Panel's Report on the Human Environment; with excerpts from the submission of Mary Teya.Letha MacLachlan. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp8-10

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With theConseil Attikamek Montagnais, Council for Yukon Indians, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Kaska Dena, Labrador Inuit Association, Nishga Tribal Council, Taku River Tlingit, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

Political Development in the Territories: Dene National Assemby - "Metro Proposal". Excerpts from CARC's Second National Workshop. CARC ed. 6 #3 ('78): pp3-4

DENHEZ, Marc

Impact of Inuit Rights on Arctic Waters. 10 #5 (Sep-Oct '82): pp2-8

DOERING, Ronald

Postscript: Nunavut and the TFN Settlement. 18 #4 (Nov-Dec '90): pp27-28

The Northern Agenda: A Memorandum to the Government of Canada. With other CARC members and friends.12 #2 (Nov '84): p4

DORN, J.Conrad

Community Hearings: Cross-cultural Communication.5 #2 ('77): pp5-7

DOSMAN, Edgar

Arctic Seas: Marine Transport. Edgar Dosman. Excerpts from CARC's Second National Workshop. 6 #3 ('78): pp1-2

DOUGLAS Clarke, C.H.

How Much is it Worth to be Proud?; from Terrestrial Wildlife and Northern Development, CARC 1973. 1 #2 (Feb.'73): p4

DOYLE, Ovila Goo

The Role of Inuit Women in Politics. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p3

EARP, see Environmental Impact Assessment

Ecology

A Bold New Proposal; concerning the International Biological Program and Arctic ecological reserves. CARC ed. 1 #5 (May '73): pp1-2

An Environmental Research and Management Strategy for the Eastern Arctic Region. Ian Stirling, Ron Wallace, Gerry Glazier. VII #6 ('79): pp4-9

Arctic International Wildlife Range. CARC ed. VII #7 ('79): pp1-2

Biology of the Beaufort Region.Thomas G. Smith. 2 #2 ('73): pp10,12

Grise Fiord Hunters. Excerpts from tapes of eight senior hunters and one woman, Minnie Freeman, trans. Roderick Riewe, Intro.. 1 #7 (Jul-Aug '73): pp3-5

Lancaster Sound. CARC ed. 6 #6 ('78): p10

Lancaster Sound: A Consensus to Plan. Issue describing two new planning initiatives. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp1-12

Last Chance for the Porcupine Caribou. William Rees, Nancy J. Russell-LeBlond. VII #7 ('79): pp2-7

Northern Environmental Conservation: The Case of Polar Bear Pass.Terry Fenge. 9 #6 ('81): pp2-9

Polar Bear Pass: An Ecological Checklist; from "Brief for the Working Group on IBP Ecological Sites" 1980. NMNS. 9 #6 ('81): p8

Polar Bear Pass: IBP in Decline. Issue on the evolution of the IBP site and DIAND's handling of it. CARC ed. 9 #6 ('81): pp1-12

Power Play; issue on the threat to the Hudson Bay/James Bay Bioregion. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp1-11

Sustainable Development in the Hudson Bay/ James Bay Region. CARC, Rawson Academy of Aquatic Science, Environmental Committee of Sanikiluaq. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp3-8

The Case of the Final Amendment. Drew Ann Wake. VIII #6 ('80): pp8-12

The Northern Yukon. Legislative Alternatives for the Establishment of a Wilderness Area; on the rationale for protecting wilderness and the current legislation. Constance Hunt et al. VII #2 ('79): pp1-6

Us and Them: The Lesson of the Valdez. CARC ed. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): p10

Wilderness: The Passing of a Dream.Tony Gaston. 10 #4 (Jun-Aug '82): pp9-11

ENGLAND, John

Tourism on Ellesmere: What's Inside the Package? 10 #4 (Jun-Aug '82): pp2-7

Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Dep't of

CARC Interview: Richard Van Loon; ADM Self Government, DIAND. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp5-7

CARC's Brief to the Task Force on Native Claims Policy. CARC ed. 13 #5 (Nov '85): pp1-12

DOE - DINA Interface. CARC ed. 3 #3 ('75): pp7-8

Polar Bear Pass: IBP in Decline. Issue on the evolution of the IBP site and DIAND's handling of it. CARC ed. 9 #6 ('81): pp1-12

Stokes Point Yukon; on DIAND's contempt for its own policies.Peter Burnet. 11 #2 (Mar-Apr '83): pp1-9

The Minister . . . His Critics; quotes from the IAND Standing Committee, 1973. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): p6

The Polar Bear Pass Report: Has DIAND Lost All Self-respect? D.J. Gamble. 9 #6 ('81): pp10-11

What Can Be Done? Making Sense out of Nonsense. On the mishandling of Polar Bear Pass. CARC ed. 9 #6 ('81): pp11-12

Indigenous Knowledge

Dene Traditional Knowledge. Martha Johnson. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp3-5

Indigenous Knowledge; issue devoted to the re-emergence of ancient ideas and beliefs capable of enriching the body of human knowledge. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp1-12

Inuit Indigenous Knowledge & Science in the Arctic. Ellen Bielawski. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp5-8

The Nature and Utility of Traditional Ecological Knowledge. Milton Freeman. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp 9-12

Traditional Knowledge Is Science. George Hobson. 20 #1 (Summer '92): p2

Intervenors

Offshore Drilling in Lancaster Sound. Statements made at the EARP hearings Oct. '78. CARC ed. 6 #6 ('78): pp10-12

The Minister . . . His Critics; quotes from the IAND Standing Committee, 1973. 1 #8(Sep-Oct '73): p6

Opening Statements; at the Berger Inquiry, by N.W.T. Association of Municipalities, Indian Brotherhood & Métis Association of the N.W.T., Council for Yukon Indians (q.v.), COPE (q.v.)- Inuit Tapirisat, Canadian Arctic Gas Pipeline Ltd., Foothills Pipeline Committee, EPB (q.v.), and CARC. CARC ed. 3 #4 ( '75): pp 8-13

Interviews, CARC

A Conversation with Wally Firth; interview byDougald Brown. 1 #9 (Nov '73): pp3-4

CARC Interview: Finn Lynge; member of the European Parliament for Greenland. 15 #2 (May-Jun '87): pp10-11

CARC Interview: Pierre Asselin; ADM Pacific and Freshwater Fisheries.15 #4 (Nov '87): pp6-7

CARC Interview: Richard Van Loon; ADM Self Government DIAND. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp5-7

How Can a Park Be All that Bad? John England; geomorphologist with U of Alberta's Dep't of Geography.10 #4 (Jun-Aug '82): pp7-9

Inuit Leader on Norwegian Situation - May 1981: Mark Gordon, VP Makivik Corporation. 9#3 ('81): pp7-8

Northern Perspectives Interview: Brig.-Gen. (ret'd) C.D. Young, Manager, Goose Bay ;Management Office, Department of National Defence.18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp18-20

Northern Perspectives Interview: Hon. Bill Rompkey, MP, Labrador. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp16-17

Northern Perspectives Interview: Thomas Suluk, M.P. for the N.W.T. on the Soviet Union. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp12-13

Northern Perspectives Interview: Tony Penikett, Yukon Government Leader. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp14-18

The Lancaster Sound Regional Study. Interview: Peter Jacobs. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp7-9

Inuit, The. See also Aboriginal Title, LIA, Native Northerners

An Inuit Reponse. Tungavik Federation of Nunavut; their reponse to Colin Irwin's report (q.v.). 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp15-18

Inuit Indigenous Knowledge & Science in the Arctic. Ellen Bielawski. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp5-8

Inuvialuit Land Rights: A Commentary. Constance D. Hunt. 6 #4 ('78): pp1-4

Inuvialuit Land Rights: Summary of Joint Position Paper; between COPE and the federal government.CARC ed. 6 #4 ('78): pp5-10

Inuvialuit Nunangat 'The Land of our Children". Issue devoted to rights, and the ILC. 6 #4 ('78): pp1-12

Labrador Inuit Land Claims: Aboriginal Rights and Interests v. Federal and Provincial Responsibilities and Authorities. Veryan Haysom. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp6-10

Life on the Edge: The Inuit of Labrador; issue describing the cultural landscape of Labrador and the nature of economic development in the North. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp1-24

Lords of the Arctic: Wards of the State. The Growing Inuit Population, Arctic Resettlement, and Their Effects on Social and Economic Change - a Summary Report, and A Postscript. Colin Irwin 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp1-20

Northern Labrador's Biggest Developer: The Department of National Defence. Judy Rowell. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp11-15

Nunavut Revisited: Nation Building in Canada's North; issue on the state of self government in the eastern Arctic. CARC ed. 18 #4 (Nov-Dec '90): pp1-28

Nunavut. Peter Jull. 10 #2 (Mar '82): pp1-8

Permanence and Change; among the Inuit and settlers of Labrador, including an address by William Anderson III, former president of the LIA. From "Our Footprints are Everywhere: Inuit Land Use and Occupancy in Labrador". LIA 1977.Hugh Brody. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp3-5

Perspectives on the Health of the Labrador Inuit. Dr Maureen Baikie. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp21-22

The Labrador Inuit Development Corporation. Fred Hall. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr'90): pp23-24

The View from Yellowknife; the response of the Government of the Northwest Territories to Colin Irwin's report (q.v.). Marc Malone. 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp13-14

IRWIN, Colin

Lords of the Arctic: Wards of the State. The Growing Inuit Population, Arctic Resettlement, and Their Effects on Social and Economic Change - a Summary Report. 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp1-20

JACOBS Peter

Arctic Fisheries: New Approaches for Troubled Waters.With Robert Keith, Terry Fenge, and Shelagh Jane Woods. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp1-5

The Lancaster Sound Regional Study. Interview. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp7-9

JAHN, John

"Little haul road, don't you cry, you'll be a highway by and by." With Pat Anderson. 4 #4 ('76): pp8-12

JANES, Robert R.

Archeology in the Northwest Territories: The Social Context. 10 #6 (Nov-Dec '82): pp5-10

JANSSEN, C.T.L.

On the Estimation of Blowout Probability. With Don Gamble. 9 #4&5 ('81): pp8-11

JOHNSON, Martha

Dene Traditional Knowledge. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp3-5

JULL, Peter

Inuit Interests in the Arctic Offshore; excerpts from the Third National Workshop. With Nigel Bankes. 11 #4 (Dec '83): pp3-4

Lessons of Self-government and Development. VII #8 ('79): pp1-3,6-8

Nunavut. 10 #2 (Mar '82): pp1-8

The Aboriginal Option: A Radical Critique of European Values. Excerpts from "Self-Government for Northern Peoples: Canada and the Circumpolar North". 13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): pp10- 12

The Challenge of Northern Peoples.15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp7-8

The Dangers of Turning Inward: Why Subsistence is Not Enough. 13 # 4 (Sep-Oct '85): pp11-12

Kaska-Dena, The

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With theConseil Attikamek Montagnais, Council for Yukon Indians, Dene Nation, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Labrador Inuit Association, Nishga Tribal Council, Taku River Tlingit, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

KEITH, Robert F.

Arctic Fisheries: New Approaches for Troubled Waters.WithTerry Fenge, Peter Jacobs, and Shelagh Jane Woods. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp1-5

Mining in the North. Environmental, social and economic issues related to northern mining. With AnneKerr, andRay Vles, 9 #2 ('81): pp1-8

KEMP, Bill

Weetaluktuk 1950 -1982. Obituary. 10 #6 (Nov-Dec '82): pp11-12

KERR, Anne

Mining in the North. Environmental, social and economic issues related to northern mining. With Robert F. Keith, andRay Vles, 9 #2 ('81): pp1-8

KERR, Sharon,

Camps, Dumps, Helicopters. With Grahame Beakhust. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): p7

KERWAN, Sydney

Economic Opportunities in the Commercial Fisheries of theNorthwest Territories. With Dan Topolniski, and Allan Kristofferson. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp8-10

KIERANS, Eric

Delta Gas: Now or Later; arguments for delay, with John Helliwell, Myron Gordon, Terence Godsall, James Wah-shee and Douglas Pimlott. 2 #3 ('74): pp2-3

KOERNER, Roy M.

Arctic Ice Cores: Putting Present Climate into Perspective.15 #5 (Dec '87): pp10-12

KRISTOFFERSON, Allan

Economic Opportunities in the Commercial Fisheries of the Northwest Territories. With Dan Topolniski, and Sydney Kerwan. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp8-10

Labrador Inuit Association (LIA)

Inuvialuit Nunangat 'The Land of our Children". Issue devoted to rights, and the ILC. 6 #4 ('78): pp1-12

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With theConseil Attikamek Montagnais, Council for Yukon Indians, Dene Nation, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Kaska Dena, Nishga Tribal Council, Taku River Tlingit, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

Labrador Inuit Land Claims: Aboriginal Rights and Interests v. Federal and Provincial Repsonsibilities and Authorities. Veryan Haysom. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp6-10

Permanence and Change; among the Inuit and settlers of Labrador, from "Our Footprints are Everywhere: Inuit Land Use and Occupancy in Labrador". LIA 1977.18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp3-5

LAKE, William, T.

Fresh Breezes Down Musty Bureaucratic Corridors. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): p3

LANARI, Robert

Environmental Protection and the James Bay Agreement: Rethinking the Committee Approach. 15 #3 ('87): pp10-12

Lancaster Sound

Conflict over Drilling in Lancaster Sound. Margaret A. Davidson and William E. Rees. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp2- 6

Lancaster Sound. CARC ed. 6 #6 ('78): p10

Lancaster Sound: A Consensus to Plan. Issue describing two new planning initiatives. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp1-12

Planning for Lancaster Sound: Where to Now? Terry Fenge. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp10-12

The Lancaster Sound Regional Study. Interview with Peter Jacobs. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp7-9

Land Claims. See also Aboriginal Rights

A Policy in Transition. Key elements from DIAND's 1981 and 1986 policy statements and from the 1985 Task Force report. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp8-11

From Recommendations to Policy: Battling Inertia to Obtain a Land Claims Policy. Terry Fenge and Joanne Barnaby. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp12-15

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. Conseil Attikamek Montagnais, Council for Yukon Indians, Dene Nation, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Kaska Dena, Labrador Inuit Association, Nishga Tribal Council, Taku River Tlingit, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

Labrador Inuit Land Claims: Aboriginal Rights and Interests v. Federal and Provincial Responsibilities and Authorities. Veryan Haysom. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp6-10

Land Claims in the Mackenzie. M.K.Vincent. 1 #7 (Jul-Aug '73): pp1-3

Land Use Policy & Planning

Lancaster Sound: A Consensus to Plan. Issue describing two new planning initiatives. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp1-12

Northern Resource and Land Use Policy Study; drawn from the analysis of case studies by the Couchiching Study Group in May 1977. CARC ed. VII #3 ('79): pp1-8

Land Use Regulations, Territorial

Land Regulations in the North. Peter Cumming. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): pp8-9

Land Use Regulations: A Conflict of Interest. Peter Usher. 1 #3 (Mar '73): pp1-4

The Report; a case study in the drafting, administration, and enforcement of land management regulations. Grahame Beakhust and Peter Usher. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): pp9-12

LEGETT, Robert F.

Courageous Hind-sight; calling for a halt to expenditures on questionable northern roads.4 #3 ('76): pp11-12

Re-inventing the Wheel. Mont Gabriel Conference, 1972. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): pp2-4

Legislation. See also Bills, Parliamentary

"Caribou Eskimos" v. The Canadian Legal System.H. Herchmer. The Baker Lake decision. VIII #3 ('80): pp2-8

Convention Between the United States of America and Canada for the Conservation of Migratory Caribou and their Environment. Governments of the United States and Canada. VII #7 ('79): pp8-11

Has Glasnost Come Knocking? John Merritt. Special Edition, with the complete draft of the Canada/Soviet Treaty. (Oct '87): pp1-4

International Legal Issues in Arctic Waters; excerpts from the Third National Workshop. Ken Beauchamp. 11 #4 (Dec '83): pp7-12

Legislative Alternatives for the Establishment of a Wilderness Area; on the rationale for protecting wilderness and the current legislation. Constance Hunt et al. VII #2 ('79): pp2-6

South of 60o: A Legal Reminder. Geoffrey Lester. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): p 18

The Status of Hudson Bay.Nigel Bankes.15 #3 ('87): pp14-15

LESTER , Geoffrey

South of 60o: A Legal Reminder. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): p 18

LUCAS, A.R.

Environmental Impact Assessment: Another View. 1#6 (Jun.'73): pp4-6

Federal Environmental Assessment Policy, Now You See It; Now You Don't. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): pp1-2

MACLACHLAN, Letha

Did the BEARP Panel Listen to Northerners? The Panel's Report on the Human Environment. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp8-10

MACLEOD, William

Nanisivik; inadequacies of the federal government's approach to environmental protection. WithBob Gibson. 4 #2 ('76): pp1-6. Addendum 4 #4 ('76): p9

Preliminary Hearings: A Report. with Steven Shachter. 2 #5 ('74): pp2-4

The Dempster Highway, "Road to Resources". An example of the need for impact assessment ;before construction begins. Excerpts from "The Dempster Highway." in Northern Transitions, vol. 1. CARC 1978.VII #1 ('79): pp1-8

Water Management in the Canadian North. William McLeod. 5 #4 ('77): pp6-8

MACPHERSON, Nancy

Fortunes of a Yukon Trapper; when the pipeline runs through the trapline. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp5-7

Who Should Intervene in Public Reviews? 12 #3 (Dec '84): p7

MALONE, Marc

The View from Yellowknife; the response of the Government of the Northwest Territories to Colin Irwin's report (q.v.). 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp13-14

Marine Transport, Arctic.

Arctic Pilot Project: CARC's Memorandum to Cabinet. F. Bregha. 10 #3 (Apr-May '82): pp1-12

Arctic Seas: Marine Transport. Edgar Dosman. Excerpts from CARC's Second National Workshop. 6 #3 ('78): pp1-2

Canada's Arctic Pilot Project: How will it Affect Greenland? On the passage of LNG Tankers through Greenland's waters.Thule's Municipal Council. CARC ed. VII #8 ('79): pp4-5

Impact of Inuit Rights on Arctic Waters. Marc Denhez. 10 #5 (Sep-Oct '82): pp2-8

Soviet Arctic Marine Transportation. Lawson W. Brigham. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp20-23

The Tanker Proposal and Arctic Ports. Ken Beauchamp. 12 #3 (Dec '84): p13

MAXWELL, Barrie

Atmospheric and Climatic Change in the Canadian Arctic: Causes, Effects, and Impacts. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp2-6

MCARTHUR, Doug

Government in the Territorial Economy. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp7-9

MCDOUGALL, Ian

A Regulatory Agency and its Track Record. 1 #6 (Jun '73): pp2-4

MCGHEE, Robert

Climate and People in the Prehistoric Arctic. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp13-15

MCMILLAN, Carl

Joint Ventures in Arctic Resource Development. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp17-19

MERRITT, John

CARC on the Thelon; letter to Hon. Pierre Cadieux on opening up the Thelon Game Sanctuary to mineral development. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): p11

Has Glasnost Come Knocking? John Merritt. Special Edition, with the complete draft of the Canada/Soviet Treaty. (Oct '87): pp1-4

In Search of Common Ground: Ottawa Rethinks Its Approach to Comprehensive Claims. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp1-4

Métis Association of the N.W.T.

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With Conseil Attikamek Montagnais, Council for Yukon Indians, Dene Nation, Kaska Dena, Labrador Inuit Association, Nishga Tribal Council, Taku River Tlingit, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

MILLS, Hal

Ocean Policy Making in the Canadian Arctic; excerpts from the Third National Workshop. 11 #4 (Dec '83): pp2-3

Mining

Dialogue on Mining Policy; with NMAC. CARC ed. 9 #2 ('81): pp7-8

Mining in the North. Environmental, social and economic issues related to northern mining. Robert F. Keith, Anne Kerr andRay Vles, 9 #2 ('81): pp1-8

Nanisivik; inadequacies of the federal government's approach to environmental protection. Bob Gibson and Bill McLeod. 4 #2 ('76) pp1-6. Addendum 4 #4 ('76): p9

Strathcona Sound - A New Approach? Bob Gibson. 3 #2 ('75): pp1-3

National Energy Board

A Regulatory Agency and its Track Record. Ian McDougall. 1 #6 (Jun '73): pp2-4

A Submission to the National Energy Board Natural Gas Supply and Demand Hearings. CARC ed. 6 #5 ('78): pp1-5

Alaska Highway Gas Pipeline: Financeability Questioned. Reprint of CARC's brief, Foothill's challenge, CARC's defense, and the NEB ruling at the NEB hearings.CARC ed. VII #5 ('79): pp1-8

CARC at the National Energy Board.CARC ed. 3 #1 ('75): pp2-4

Gas Export Hearings. CARC ed. 3 #1 ('75) pp1-2

Motion on Behalf of CARC; National Energy Board Hearings.CARC ed. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): pp1-9

Preamble to the Hearings; viewpoints on NEB guidelines and procedures. 1 #6 (Jun '73): pp1-8

The Mackenzie Valley Pipeline: Is the Phoenix Rising from the Ashes? CARC's submission tothe NEB. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): pp2-6

National Energy Policy

Buy Our Oil - Ottawa's Plea to U.S.;Trudeau's long- term energy policy.Condensed from reports byDavid Crane in the Toronto Star. 4 #1 ('76): pp6-9

Canada was Told it had Oil to Last 923 Years; condensed from reports byDavid Crane in the Toronto Star. 4 #1 ('76): pp9-11

Canada's Energy Crisis: A Bizarre Case of Bungling; condensed from reports byDavid Crane in the Toronto Star. 4 #1 ('76): pp1-3

Files show Ottawa put Oil above Ecology; condensed from reports byDavid Crane in the Toronto Star. 4 #1 ('76): pp15-17

Norway, The North Sea, and Canada.Michael Crommelin. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): p5

Oil Scandal: What Has Ottawa Learned? Condensed from reports byDavid Crane in the Toronto Star. 4 #1 ('76): pp18-20

Ottawa Tried to Slip Pipeline Past Natives; with notes on views of Jack Austin, Jean Chrétien, Joe Greene & Digby Hunt, condensed from reports byDavid Crane in the Toronto Star. 4 #1 ('76): pp12-14

Statement of Intervention: Workgroup on Canadian Energy Policy and Energy Probe; on the inaccuracy of forecasts. CARC ed. 6 #5 ('78): pp 6-7

'There is no such thing as a little garlic'; on the weakening of parliamentary government. Kitson Vincent. 5 #3 ('77): pp6-10

The Role of Parliament. Questions: excerpts from CARC's appearance before the Standing Committee on National Resources and Public Works. Feb.'76. 4 #3 ('76): pp9-10

Thoughts on Canada's Energy Policy. P.Van Meurs. 5 #3 ('77): pp1-5

Thoughts on the Energy Crisis.W.Fuller. 1 #3 (Mar '73): pp5-6

Native Northerners

Abe Okpik, by Abe Okpik, in "Arctic Alternatives" CARC 1973 . 1 #7 (Jul-Aug '73): p6

A Finer Sense of Future; excerpts from the community hearings of the Berger Inquiry.CARC ed. 5 #2 ('77): pp7-12

Band-Aid Solutions for Family Violence. Susan Sammons. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p7

Behind the Façade: What the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Means to Village Alaska. Adapted from "Village Journey: the Report of the Alaska Native Review Commission", by Thomas R. Berger, for the ICC.Thomas R. Berger. 13 # 4 (Sep-Oct '85): pp1-10

Disregarded Promises. Foothills Pipe Lines (South Yukon) Ltd. run through a Yukon trapline.Sylvia Williams. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp8-9

Ethnicity and Feminism: Inuit Women in Greenland and Canada. Marianne Lykke Thomsen. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p4

Fortunes of a Yukon Trapper. Nancy MacPherson. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp5-7

Future Imperfect: A Controversial Report on the Prospects for Inuit Society Strikes a Nerve in the NWT. Issue devoted to an abstract of the summary of Colin Irwin's report. CARC ed. 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp1-20

Gossip: A Spoken History of Women in the North. Excerpts from the book of the same name, written by women from distinctly different northern cultures, edited by Mary Crnkovich. CARC ed. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): pp1-8

Grise Fiord Hunters. Excerpts from tapes of eight senior hunters and one woman, Minnie Freeman, trans. Roderick Riewe, Intro.. 1 #7 (Jul-Aug '73): pp3-5

The James Bay Cree. Murray Coolican. 15 #3 ('87): p13

Lords of the Arctic: Wards of the State. The Growing Inuit Population, Arctic Resettlement, and Their Effects on Social and Economic Change - a Summary Report.. Colin Irwin 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp1-20

Native Northerners: Are they Obstacles to Progress? Peter Usher. 6 #1 ('78): pp1-5

Northern Communities. Excerpts from CARC's Second National Workshop. CARC ed. 6 #3 ('78): pp4-5

Nursing in the North. Brenda Cranitz. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p8

The Challenge of Northern Peoples.Peter Jull. 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp7-8

The Changing Experience of Child-bearing in the N.W.T. Prepared for the N.W.T. Native Women's Association. Leslie Paulette. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): pp5-6

The Changing Role of Women in the North. Toni Graeme. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p2

The Citizen as Obstacle to Efficiency; their mistrust of government. M.K.Vincent. 3 #3 ('75): pp1-3

The Role of Inuit Women in Politics.Ovila Goo Doyle. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p2

The Significance of the Land. Peter Usher. 3 #4 ('75): pp15-16

The Wolf at the Door: The Antiharvest Campaign Strikes at the Heart of Northern Aboriginal Economies. Shelagh Jane Woods. 14 #2 (Mar-Apr '86): pp1-8

Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow. Council for Yukon Indians. VII #4 ('79): pp6-8

Unheard Voices: James Bay II and the Women of Kuujjuarapik. Susanne Hawkes. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp9-11

Native Rights, see Aboriginal Title

NELSON, J. Gordon

Environmentally Significant Areas of the Yukon Territory: A Step Towards Balanced Land Use. With J.B. Theberge, and Terry Fenge. VIII #4 ('80): pp2-5

NERYSOO, The Hon. Richard

National and Regional Interests: Who Will Control and Manage Northern Resources? The Government of the Northwest Territories. An excerpt from the Third National Workshop. 11 #4 (Jul-Aug '83): pp3-4

Nishga Tribal Council

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With theConseil Attikamek Montagnais, Council for Yukon Indians, Dene Nation, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Kaska Dena, Labrador Inuit Association, Taku River Tlingit, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut.15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

NORTH, F.K.

Northern Gas Reserves. 1 #9 (Nov '73): pp1-2

Petroleum Reserves: Potential and Actual. 1 #2 (Feb '73): pp2-3

Northern Development

Community Hearings: Cross-cultural Communication.J.Conrad Dorn. 5 #2 ('77): pp5-7

Destruction by Insignificant Increments. Issue on Offshore Developments. VII #6 ('79): pp1-12

Development and Planning North of 60o: Past & Future. William Rees. Excerpts from CARC's Second National Workshop. CARC ed. 6 #3 ('78): p8

Development in the Beaufort Sea Region: from EARP to Regional Planning. Terry Fenge. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): pp5-8

Environmental Protection and the James Bay Agreement: Rethinking the Committee Approach.Robert Lanari. 15 #3 ('87): pp10-12

Mining the Popular Wisdom: Issue on the Yukon 2000 (q.v.) approach to northern economic development. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp2-32

Northern Development: Economic Considerations; a review of the CARC seminar on petroleum leasing policies and pipeline building impacts, with quotes from Milton Moore, Bruce Wilkinson and Ronald Ritchie. CARC ed. 1 #3 (Apr '73): pp1-4

Northern Ellesmere; on wilderness parks and tourism.CARC ed. 10 #4 (Jun-Aug '82): p1

Northern Environmental Conservation: The Case of Polar Bear Pass. Terry Fenge. 9 #6 ('81): pp2-9

Northern Labrador's Biggest Developer: The Department of National Defence. Judy Rowell. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp11-15

Pulp and Paper on the Athabasca: Economic Diversity vs. Environmental Disaster. Issue devoted to the position paper of the GNWT, and associated submissions. CARC ed. 18 #1 (Jan-Feb '90):1-12

Sustainable Development in the Hudson Bay/ James Bay Region. CARC, Rawson Academy of Aquatic Science, Environmental Committee of Sanikiluaq. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp3-8

The Challenge of Climatic Change.François Bregha. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp15-16

The Future of the North. Address to the Hon. J. Munro about previous northern studies and reports, by the Mayor of Yellowknife, M. A. Ballantyne. 9#3 ('81): p6-7

The Last Frontier. CARC ed. 1 #1 (Jan '73): p1

Tourism on Ellesmere: What's Inside the Package? John England. 10 #4 (Jun-Aug '82): pp2-7

Northwest Territories

Economic Opportunities in the Commercial Fisheries of the Northwest Territories. Dan T ;opolniski, Sydney Kerwan, Allan Kristofferson. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp8-10

National and Regional Interests: Who Will Control and Manage Northern Resources? The Government of the Northwest Territories. Excerpts from the Third National WorkshopHon. Richard Nerysoo, Minister of Renewable Resources, Minister for Energy, Mines and Resources. 11 #4 (Jul-Aug '83): pp3-4

The Scientists' Ordinance: Hello, Science Central NWT; requirements for researchers without Acts of Parliament to shield them! Boreas. 3 #2 ('75): pp5-6

The View from Yellowknife; the response of the Government of the Northwest Territories to Colin Irwin's report (q.v.). Marc Malone. 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp13-14

Nunavut

Nunavut. Peter Jull. 10 #2 (Mar '82): pp1-8

Nunavut Revisited: Nation Building in Canada's North; issue on the state of self government in the eastern Arctic. CARC ed. 18 #4 (Nov-Dec '90): pp1-28

Postscript: Nunavut and the TFN Settlement. Ron Doering. 18 #4 (Nov-Dec '90): pp27-28

Nunavut and the International Arctic.Gordon Robertson. 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp7-8

Offshore Drilling, See also Beaufort Sea, Gas, & Petroleum

Arctic Offshore Developments: The Circumpolar Challenge. Don Gamble. VII #6 ('79): pp1-4

Arctic Offshore Drilling; issue examining offshore work in several regions. from a CARC book byDouglas Pimlott and Dougald Brown. 2 #4 ('74): pp1-8

Beaufort Sea Oil: The Costs of Production.David B. Brooks. VIII #6 ('80): pp2-7

Black Gold Redrilled: Are the Economics of Beaufort Sea Oil Getting Better or Worse? David B. Brooks. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): pp1-4

Black Gold: The Beaufort Oil Rush. Issue on two facets of the issue. VIII #6 ('80): pp1-12

Offshore Drilling in Lancaster Sound. CARC ed. 6 #6 ('78): pp1-9

Offshore Drilling in the Beaufort Sea. CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): pp1-12

Offshore Technology and Operations CARC ed. 2 #2 ('73): p3

The Case of the Final Amendment. Drew Ann Wake. VIII #6 ('80): pp8-12

Oil. See Petroleum

OKPIK, Abe

Abe Okpik, by Abe Okpik, in Arctic Alternatives CARC 1973 . 1 #7 (Jul-Aug '73): p6

OKRAINETZ, Glen

Towards a Sustainable Future in Hudson Bay; and the inception of the Hudson Bay Program. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp12-16

OLSEN, Moses

Greenland: On Leaving the EEC. Excerpts from a speech by the Minister for Social Affairs in Greenland's Home Rule Government, in 1983.13 #2 (Mar-Apr '85): p5

PANNELL, Brian

When They Don't Show up to Play the Feds are on the Proponent's Team. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): p7

PAULETTE, Leslie

The Changing Experience of Child-bearing in the N.W.T. Prepared for the N.W.T. Native Women's Association. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): pp5-6

PEARSON, The Hon. Chris

National and Regional Interests: Who Will Control and Manage Northern Resources? The Yukon Territorial Government. Excerpts from the Third National Workshop. 11 #4 (Jul-Aug '83): pp3-4

PENIKETT, The Hon. Tony

Northern Perspectives Interview; with the Yukon Government Leader. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp14-18

PEPPERELL, John

EPB - Sensible & Sound.4 #2 ('76) pp6-10

Horte - Happiness is a Vague Policy, testimony of Verne Horte at the CAGPL Inquiry. 4 #2 ('76): pp11-12

PETERSON, Everett B.

The PAAG Report - Quiet Evidence; assessment of the Pipeline Application Assessment Group. 3 #4 ('75): pp13-14

Petroleum, Arctic. See also Offshore Drilling, & Gas

Arctic Oil Spills: Prospects for Disaster. Issue devoted to Canada's readiness to mitigate such accidents. 9 #4&5 ('81): pp1-11

Dome's "Big Gamble". John Ridsdell, in the Calgary Herald. VII #6 ('79): pp10-11

Oil and Gas Activity in the Soviet North. John Hannigan. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp14-16

Oil & Gas Rights on Canada Lands "Plus ça change, plus . . . ; on Canada's petroleum leasing policy. Michael Crommelin. 5 #4 ('77): pp1-5

On the Estimation of Blowout Probability. C.T.L.Janssen, andDon Gamble. 9 # 4&5 ('81): pp8-11

Petroleum Leasing Policy; CARC Seminar. (Mar. '73): p4

Petroleum Reserves: Potential and Actual. K. North. 1 #2 (Feb.'73): p2

The Hall Beach Incident; the oil spill near Igloolik. Wendy Finan. 9 # 4&5 ('81): pp2-7

Thoughts on the Energy Crisis.W.Fuller. 1 #3 (Mar '73): pp5-6

PHARAND, Donat

Draft Arctic Treaty: An Arctic Region CouncilInternational Arctic Co-operation: Scope and Limitations. Excerpts from the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, The Arctic Environment and Canada's International Relations, Ottawa: CARC, ''91. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp20-23

PIMLOTT, Douglas

An Open Letter to Mme Sauvé; a request for Environment Canada to play a more agressive role. 3 #3 ('75): pp4-5

Arctic Offshore Drilling; issue examining offshore work in several regions. from a CARC book, with Dougald Brown. 2 #4 ('74): pp1-8

Delta Gas: Now or Later; arguments for delay, with John Helliwell, Myron Gordon, Eric Kierans, Terence Godsall and James Wah-shee. 2 #3 ('74) p4

Obituary: Douglas Pimlott: 1920-1978 Keepsakes.Kitson Vincent. VII #2 ('79): pp7-8

Pipeline Construction

"Guidelines for Northern Pipelines": An Evaluation; a review of "Expanded Guidelines for Northern Pipelines", DIAND. CARC ed. 1 #1 (Jan. '73): pp3-4

Horte - Happiness is a Vague Policy, testimony of Verne Horte at the CAGPL Inquiry. John Pepperell. 4 #2 ('76): pp11-12

"Little haul road, don't you cry, you'll be a highway by and by." A discussion of pipeline routes.John Jahn and Pat Anderson. 4 #4 ('76): pp8-12

One Tribunal or Two? On hearings for the construction of a gas pipeline. EPB Newsletter. 1 #6 (Jun '73): p 2

Phase 1 - Technology & Optimism.CARC ed. 3 #4 ('75): pp3-8

Preamble to the Hearings; viewpoints on NEB guidelines and procedures. 1 #6 (Jun '73): pp1-8

Pipelines. See also Berger, Justice Thomas, & Berger Inquiry

Alaska Highway Gas Pipeline: Financeability Questioned. Reprint of CARC's brief, Foothill's challenge, CARC's defense, and the NEB ruling at the NEB hearings.CARC ed. VII #5 ('79): pp1-8

An Inkling of the Long Journey; economics and viability of the gas pipelines. Arlon R. Tussing. 4 #4 ('76): pp1-5

Hearings, as a Way of Life. EARP v. the NPA. Don Gamble and Max Fraser. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp15-16

Ironclad Committments: The Selling of a Pipeline. Françcois Bregha. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp2-4, 10-14

Lessons Learned from Constructing the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline: Report to the Congress by the Comptroller General of the United States; on the need for audits.CARC ed. 6 #5 ('78): pp 8

Mackenzie Delta: Priorities & Alternatives. Andrew Thompson and Carson Templeton, exerpts from the CARC publication. 5 #3 ('77): pp11-12

Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry, CARC ed. 2 #5 ('74): pp1-2

Parliament: Representative or Redundant? Hansard. 5 #3 ('77): p9

Phase 1 - Technology & Optimism.CARC ed. 3 #4 ('75): pp3-8

The Alaska Highway Pipeline: Three Years Later.CARC ed. 10 #3 (Apr-May '82): pp1-12

The Elusive Pipeline; issue devoted to the Alaska Highway Pipeline.CARC ed. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp1-16

The Final Argument. From CARC's submission, with recommendations, to the Mackenzie Valley gas pipeline inquiry.CARC ed. 4 #5 ('76): pp1-12; reprinted, 11 #2 (Mar-Apr '83): pp10-12

"We are embarked on a consideration of the future of a great river valley and its people"Justice Berger; the mandate and the mandarins. CARC ed. 3 #4 ('75): pp1-3

Pollution

Arctic Pollution: How Much is Too Much? CARC ed. 18 #3 (Sep-Oct '90): pp1-10

Camps, Dumps, Helicopters.Grahame Beakhust and Sharon Kerr. 1 #8 ; (Jul-Aug '73): p7

Methylmercury Contamination in Northern Canada. Robert E. Hecky. 15 #3 ('87): pp8-9

POTVIN, Joseph

A Critique; of Yukon 2000. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp27-28

PULLEN, Captain T.C.

Arctic Marine Transportation: A View from the Bridge; excerpts from the Third National Workshop.11 #4 (Dec '83): pp5-6

That Polar Ice-breaker. 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp9-10

Pulp and Paper

Pulp and Paper on the Athabasca: Economic Diversity vs. Environmental Disaster. Issue devoted to the position paper of the GNWT, & associated submissions. CARC ed. 18 #1 (Jan-Feb '90): pp1-12

Railways, Arctic

Arctic Railway.CARC ed. 1 #2 (Feb '73): p1

Northern Transportation: What Happened to the Railway Alternative. Dougald Brown. 2 #1 ;(Dec-Jan '74): pp6-8

Rawson Academy of Aquatic Science

Sustainable Development in the Hudson Bay/ James Bay Region. WithCARC, Environmental Committee of Sanikiluaq. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp3-8

REES, William

Conflict over Drilling in Lancaster Sound. With Margaret A. Davidson. 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp1-12

Development and Planning North of 60o: Past & Future. Excerpts from CARC's Second National Workshop.CARC ed. 6 #3 ('78): p8

Environmental Assessment and Review: The Case of McKinley Bay. VIII #2 ('80): pp2-10

Last Chance for the Porcupine Caribou. WithNancy J. Russell-LeBlond. VII #7 ('79): pp2-7

The Process: Did the BEARP Work? 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp4-6

RICHSTONE, Jeff

Arctic Sovereignty: The Search for Substance. 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp2-4

Roads, see Highways

ROBERTSON, Gordon

Nunavut and the International Arctic.Gordon Robertson. 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp7-8

ROBINSON, Raymond M.

For the Record. A response on behalf of FEARO to "Not with a Bang but a BEARP",NP 12# 3. 13 # 4 (Sep-Oct '85): p10

ROWELL, Judy

Northern Labrador's Biggest Developer: The Department of National Defence. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp11-15

RUSSELL-LEBLOND, J. Nancy

Last Chance for the Porcupine Caribou. WithWilliam Rees. VII #7 ('79): pp2-7

SAMMONS, Susan

Band-Aid Solutions for Family Violence. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p7

SATER, John

Physical Environment of the Beaufort Sea. 2 #2 ('73): pp6-7

SAUVÉ, Mme. Jeanne

Mme Sauvé Replies; to Douglas Pimlott. 3 #4 ('75): p16

SHACHTER, Steven

Preliminary Hearings: A Report; with Bill McLeod. 2 #5 ('74) pp2-4

SIMARD, Camil

Soviet Sovereignty in the Arctic Seas. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp24-28

SIMARD, Jean-Jacques

Contrepoint: Une perspective québécoise du développement nordique. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp29-32

SKOGAN, John

International Arctic Co-operation: Scope and Limitations. 19 #2 (Summer '91): pp18-19

SLIPCHENKO, Walter

Co-operation in Arctic Science. 15 #2 (May-Jun '87): pp12-13

SMITH, Thomas G.

Biology of the Beaufort Region. 2 #2 ('73): pp10,12

SOLEM, Erik

The Canada-Scandinavia Axis.15 #2 (May-Jun '87): pp14-15

SOLEM, Eva

Sami Rights and the Alta River.WithRune Stormo. 9#3 ('81): pp2-4

Sovereignty

1968 - Sovereignty Crisis. CARC ed. 4 #1 ('76): pp3-6

Arctic Sovereignty: The Search for Substance. Jeff Richstone. 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp2-4

Being There. Issue on Canada's claim in the High Arctic. 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp1-12

Canada and the United States in the Arctic: Testing the "Special Relationship". Oran R. Young. 15 # 2 (May-Jun. '87): pp2-6

Impact of Inuit Rights on Arctic Waters. Marc Denhez. 10 #5 (Sep-Oct '82): pp2-8

Offering Up Canada's North. B.Gen. (Ret'd). C.E.Beattie and B.Gen. (Ret'd.) K.R. Greenaway. 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp5-8

Paper Sovereignty.Peter Burnet. 13 # 3 (May-Aug '85): pp 1-7

Soviet Sovereignty in the Arctic Seas. Camil Simard. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp24-28

That Polar Ice-breaker.T.C. Pullen. 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp9-10

The Challenge of Northern Peoples.Peter Jull. 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp7-8

"Their Garden of Eden" Sovereignty and Suffering in Canada's High Arctic. Issue devoted to the resettlement of 33 Inuit to Ellesmere Island. Shelagh D. Grant, Stephen Hazell, CARC ed. 19 #1 (Spring '91): pp1-31

The Question of Sovereignty. Excerpts from Independence and Internationalism, chapter 10, "A Northern Dimension for Canada's Foreign Policy". 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp11-12

What Sovereignty Really Means. Mark R. Gordon. 13 # 3 (May-Aug '85): p8

Soviet Union, The

From the Barents to the Bering Coming to Grips with a Circumpolar Giant. Terence Armstrong. 16 # 4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp4-5

Gorbachev's Murmansk Initiative: New Prospects for Arms Control in the Arctic. Dan Hayward. 16 # 4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp9-11

Joint Ventures in Arctic Resource Development. Carl H. McMillan. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp17-19

Northern Perspectives Interview: Thomas Suluk, M.P. for the N.W.T.. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp12-13

Oil and Gas Activity in the Soviet North. John Hannigan. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp14-16

Prospects for Soviet-Canadian Co-operation in the Development of Northern Regions. Arkadi Cherkasov. 16 # 4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp6-8

Soviet Arctic Marine Transportation. Lawson W. Brigham. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp20-23

Soviet Sovereignty in the Arctic Seas. Camil Simard. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp24-28

The Soviet North. Imagery and Imagination across a Frozen Sea. Issue in which Canadian, U.S. and Soviet commentators discuss the Soviet North. 16 # 4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp2-32

The Soviet Perspective on Canada's North: An Overview of the Literature. J. L. Black. 16 ;#4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp29-32

STAPLES, Lindsay

Toward a Northern Development Strategy. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp4-6

STIRLING, Ian G.

An Environmental Research and Management Strategy for the Eastern Arctic Region. WithRon Wallace, and Gerry Glazier. VII #6 ('79): pp4-9

STORMO, Rune

Sami Rights and the Alta River.With Eva Solem. 9#3 ('81): pp2-4

Taku River Tlingit

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With theConseil Attikamek Montagnais, Council for Yukon Indians, Dene Nation, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Kaska Dena, Labrador Inuit Association, Nishga Tribal Council, Tungavik Federation of Nunavut. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

TEMPLETON, Carson H.

Environmental Impact Assessment. 1 #5 (May '73): pp3-4

Mackenzie Delta: Priorities & Alternatives. With Andrew Thompson. Exerpts from the CARC publication. 5 #3 ('77): pp11-12

The Northern Agenda: A Memorandum to the Government of Canada. With other CARC members and friends.12 #2 (Nov '84): p6

TESTER, Frank J.

And the First Shall be Last: Some Social Implications of the Baker Lake Decision.VIII #3 ('80): pp9-12

THEBERGE, J.B.

Environmentally Significant Areas of the Yukon Territory: A Step Towards Balanced Land Use.WithJ. Gordon Nelson and Terry Fenge. VIII #4 ('80): pp2-5

THOMPSON, Andrew

In Defence of Accountability. Excerpts from a paper presented at the SCC Seminar on Northern Development Jan. 1976. 6 #1 ('78): pp6-8

Mackenzie Delta: Priorities & Alternatives. With Carson Templeton. Excerpts from the CARC publication. 5 #3 ('77): pp11-12

THOMSEN, Marianne Lykke

Ethnicity and Feminism: Inuit Women in Greenland and Canada. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p4

TOPOLNISKI, Dan

Economic Opportunities in the Commercial Fisheries of the Northwest Territories. WithSydney Kerwan, and Allan Kristofferson. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp8-10

Tungavik Federation of Nunavut, The

An Inuit Reponse. Tungavik Federation of Nunavut; their reponse to Colin Irwin's report (q.v.). 17 #1 (Jan-Mar '89): pp15-18

Key Components of a New Federal Policy for Comprehensive Land Claims. With theConseil Attikamek Montagnais, Council for Yukon Indians, Dene Nation, Métis Association of the N.W.T., Kaska Dena, Labrador Inuit Association, Nishga Tribal Council, Taku River Tlingit. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp 16-17

Nunavut Revisited: Nation Building in Canada's North; issue on the state of self government in the eastern Arctic, from the TFN/CARC workshop. CARC ed. 18 #4 (Nov-Dec '90): pp1-28

Postscript: Nunavut and the TFN Settlement. Ron Doering. 18 #4 (Nov-Dec '90): pp27-28

TUSSING, Arlon R.

An Inkling of the Long Journey; economics and viability of the gas pipelines. 4 #4 ('76): pp1-5

Insight; excerpts from testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives. 5 #2 ('77): p4

What's in it for Canada? 4 #4 ('76): p5

TUZO WILSON, J

Stifling Daring and Originality. Comments on conference invitations to those who would be likely to express views in agreement with the government. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): p7

USHER, Peter

Land Use Regulations: A Conflict of Interest. 1 #3 (Mar '73): pp1-4

Native Northerners: Are they Obstacles to Progress? 6 #1 ('78): pp1-5

The Report; a case study in the drafting, administration, and enforcement of land management regulations, withGrahame Beakhust. 1 #8 (Jul-Aug '73): pp9-12

The Significance of the Land. 3 #4 ('75): pp15-16

VAN MEURS, Pedro

Thoughts on Canada's Energy Policy. 5 #3 ('77): pp1-5

VINCENT, M.Kitson

Douglas Pimlott: 1920-1978 Keepsakes. VII #2 ('79): pp7-8

Land Claims in the Mackenzie. 1 #7 (Jul-Aug '73): pp1-3

The Citizen as Obstacle to Efficiency; their mistrust of government. 3 #3 ('75): pp1-3

'There is no such thing as a little garlic'; on the weakening of parliamentary government. 5 #3 ('77): pp6-10

VINER, The Hon. Ian

Walyangamardiki (the land of my mother); on Australian aboriginees. VIII #5 ('80): p 12

VLES, Ray

Mining in the North. Environmental, social and economic issues related to northern mining. With Robert F. Keith, and Anne Kerr. 9 #2 ('81): pp1-8

WAH-SHEE, James

Delta Gas: Now or Later; arguments for delay, with John Helliwell, Myron Gordon, Eric Kierans, Terence Godsall and Douglas Pimlott. 2 #3 ('74) pp3-4

James Wah-Shee in France. James Wah-Shee; address to the Fifth International Congress of the Fondation Française d'Etudes Nordiques on Arctic oil and gas, at Le Havre, May, 1973. 1 #7 (Jul-Aug '73): p5

WAKE, Drew Ann

The Case of the Final Amendment. VIII #6 ('80): pp8-12

WALLACE, Ron R.

An Environmental Research and Management Strategy for the Eastern Arctic Region. With Ian Stirling, andGerry Glazier. VII #6 ('79): pp4-9

WILLIAMS, Sylvia

Disregarded Promises. Foothills Pipe Lines (South Yukon) Ltd. run through a Yukon trapline.VIII #7&8 ('80): pp8-9

WILSON, Bruce

Commodity Value Gas Pricing: One Man's View. 3 #2 ('75) pp4-5

WOLFORD, Jim

Aishihik River - An Unfortunate Precedent; the effect of inadequate impact assessments on future proceedings. 1 #5 (May '73): pp2-3

The Martin River Crossing and Other Incidents; on northern road work, particularly the Mackenzie Valley Highway. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): pp4-5

WOODS, Shelagh Jane

Arctic Fisheries: New Approaches for Troubled Waters.With Robert Keith, Peter Jacobs, and Terry Fenge. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp1-5

The Wolf at the Door: The Antiharvest Campaign Strikes at the Heart of Northern Aboriginal Economies. 14 #2 (Mar-Apr '86): pp1-8

WRIGHT, Janet

Lorraine Allison 1946-1987. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): p 20

YOUNG, Oran R.

Canada and the United States in the Arctic: Testing the "Special Relationship". 15 # 2 (May-Jun '87): pp2-6

Yukon 2000

A Critique. Joseph R Potvin. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp27-28

A Study in Democratic Policy. Peter Boothroyd. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp19-22

Contrepoint: Une perspective québécoise du développement nordique. Jean-Jacques Simard. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp29-32

Fabian Socialism or Comprehensive Planning. Michael B. Decter. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp23-25

Government in the Territorial Economy. Doug McArthur. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp7-9

Mining the Popular Wisdom; a new approach to northern economic development. CARC ed. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp2-3

Northern Perspectives Interview: Tony Penikett, Yukon Government Leader. 16 #2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp14-18

The Indian Economy. Bob Green. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp10-11

The Popular Perspective. Jim Butler. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp10-11

Toward a Northern Development Strategy. Lindsay Staples. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp4-6

Yukon, Territory

Environmentally Significant Areas of the Yukon Territory: A Step Towards Balanced Land Use.J. Gordon Nelson, J.B. Theberge, and Terry Fenge. VIII #4 ('80): pp2-5

Is There a Future for Yukon Wildlife?Gordon Hartman. VIII #4 ('80): pp6-8

Legislative Alternatives for the Establishment of a Wilderness Area; the rationale for protecting wilderness and the current legislation. Constance Hunt et al. VII #2 ('79): pp2-6

National and Regional Interests: Who Will Control and Manage Northern Resources? The Yukon Territorial Government. Excerpts from the Third National WorkshopHon. Chris Pearson, Government Leader. 11 #4 (Jul-Aug '83): pp3-4

Stokes Point Yukon. Peter Burnet. 11 #2 (Mar-Apr '83): pp1-9

Together Today for our Children Tomorrow. Council for Yukon Indians. VII #4 ('79): pp6-8

The Canada-U.S.A. Trade Agreement and the Yukon. Yukon Territorial Government, 1988. 16 #3 (May-Jun '88): pp4-5

The Northern Yukon. Issue on the Arctic International Wildlife Range. VII #2 ('79): pp1-6

Yukon Wilderness . . . But for How Long? CARC ed. VIII #4 ('80): pp1-8

Water

Water Management in the Canadian North. William McLeod. 5 #4 ('77): pp6-8

WEETALUKTUK, Daniel

Weetaluktuk 1950 -1982. Obituary by Bill Kemp. 10 #6 (Nov-Dec '82): pp11-12

Wildlife

Arctic International Wildlife Range. Issue on wilderness protection. VII #7 ('79): pp1-12

CARC on the Thelon; letter to Hon. Pierre Cadieux on opening up the Thelon Game Sanctuary to mineral development. John Merritt. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): p11

Motion on Behalf of CARC; National Energy Board Hearings.CARC ed. 17 #2 (Apr-Jul '89): pp1-9

How Much is it Worth to be Proud? C.H. Douglas Clarke; fromTerrestial Wildlife and Northern Development , CARC 1973. 1 #2 (Feb '73): p4

Is There a Future for Yukon Wildlife? Gordon Hartman. VIII #4 ('80): pp6-8

Environment Canada, Department of (DOE)

An Open Letter to Mme Sauvé; a request for Environment Canada to play a more agressive role. Douglas Pimlott. 3 #3 ('75): pp4-5

DOE - DINA Interface. CARC ed. 3 #3 ('75): pp7-8

Environmental Committee of Sanikiluaq

Sustainable Development in the Hudson Bay/ James Bay Region. WithCARC, Rawson Academy of Aquatic Science 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp3-8

Environmental Impact Assessment

A Question of Principle: Beaufort Sea Research Coalition Disbands. CARC ed. 10 #4 (Jun-Aug '82): p12

Aishihik River - An Unfortunate Precedent; the effect of inadequate impact assessments on future proceedings. Jim Wolford. 1 #5 (May '73): pp2-3

And the First Shall be Last: Some Social Implications of the Baker Lake Decision.Frank Tester. VIII #3 ('80): pp9-12

AWAC Recommendations. The Arctic Waters Advisory Committee's draft Assessment of Environmental Issues Arising from Offshore Drilling Activities of Canmar in the Beaufort Sea. VIII #2 ('80): p12

Bulldozers: Public and Private; the responsibility of government to do an EIS on the Dempster Highway, EPB. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct'73): p6

Chronology of Environmental Assessment of Great Whale Project. CARC ed. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp8-9

Development in the Beaufort Sea Region: From EARP to Regional Planning. Terry Fenge. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): pp5-8

Did the BEARP Panel Listen to Northerners? The Panel's Report on the Human Environment. Letha MacLachlan. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp8-10

Environmental Assessment and Review: The Case of McKinley Bay. William Rees. VIII #2 ('80): pp2-10

Environmental Impact Assessment. Carson H. Templeton. Chairman of the EPB. 1 #5 (May '73): pp3-4

Environmental Impact Assessment: Another View. A.R. Lucas . 1 #6 (Jun '73): pp4-6

Environmental Protection and the James Bay Agreement: Rethinking the Committee Approach. Robert Lanari. 15 #3 ('87): pp10-12

Federal Environmental Assessment Policy, Now You See It; Now You Don't. A.R. Lucas. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): pp1-2

For the Record. A response to "Not with a Bang but a BEARP",NP 12# 3. Raymond M. Robinson, FEARO. 13 # 4 (Sep-Oct '85): p10

Fresh Breezes Down Musty Bureaucratic Corridors. William T. Lake. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): p3

Hearings, as a Way of Life. EARP versus the NPA. Don Gamble &Max Fraser. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp15-16

Hydroelectric Power on the Great Whale River: Toward Environmentally Sustainable Development. Issue devoted to the assessment of the Great Whale Project.Terry Fenge. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp1-16

Impact Assessment: A Philosophy. Roland C. Clement. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): pp4-5

Learning by Doing -- and Hoping --.CARC ed. VIII #2 ('80): p5

Measuring Up: Did the BEARP Fulfil Expectations? Terry Fenge. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp14-16

Nanisivik; inadequacies of the federal government's approach to environmental protection. Bob Gibson and Bill McLeod. 4 #2 ('76) pp1-6

Not with a Bang but a BEARP: Report on the Beaufort Sea Environmental Assessment and Review Process. CARC ed. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp1-3

Offshore Drilling in Lancaster Sound; the EARP Hearings at Pond Inlet. CARC ed. 6 #6 ('78): pp1-12

On the Estimation of Blowout Probability. C.T.L.Janssen, and Don Gamble. 9 #4&5 ('81): pp8-11

Parochialism in High Places. Terry Fenge. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): p6

Pulp and Paper on the Athabasca: Economic Diversity vs. Environmental Disaster. Issue devoted to the position paper of the GNWT, and associated submissions.CARC ed. 18 #1 (Jan-Feb '90):1-12

The Beaufort Sea Environmental Assessment: Of Panels, Alliances and Hearings. The Beaufort Sea Alliance. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): p4

The Citizen as Obstacle to Efficiency; their mistrust of government. M.K.Vincent. 3 #3 ('75): pp1-3

The Dangers of Turning Inward: Why Subsistence is Not Enough. Peter Jull. 13 # 4 (Sep-Oct '85): pp11-12

The Dempster Highway, "Road to Resources". An example of the need for impact assessment before construction begins. Excerpts from "The Dempster Highway." in Northern Transitions, vol. 1. CARC 1978.VII #1 ('79): pp1-8

The EIS Guidelines: Pushing Hydro-Québec into the 21st Century. CARC ed. 20 #2 (Fall- ;Winter '92): p10

The Great Whale Review and the Federal Government's Disappearing Act. Terry Fenge. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp2-5

The Impact Policy - Empty Rhetoric, W.G. Bennis. 3 #3 ('75): pp5-6

The Process: Did the BEARP Work? William Rees. 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp4-6

Towards a Sustainable Future in Hudson Bay. Glen Okrainetz. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp12-16

Unheard Voices: James Bay II and the Women of Kuujjuarapik. Susanne Hawkes. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp9-11

When They Don't Show up to Play the Feds are on the Proponent's Team. Brian Pannell. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): p7

Who Should Intervene in Public Reviews? Nancy MacPherson. 12 #3 (Dec '84): p7

Environmental Protection Board

Bulldozers: Public and Private; the responsibility of government to do an EIS on the Dempster Highway, EPB. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): p6

Environmental Impact Assessment. Carson H. Templeton. Chairman of the EPB. 1 #5 (May '73): pp3-4

EPB - Sensible & Sound.John Pepperell. 4 #2 ('76) pp6-10

One Tribunal or Two? Hearings for the construction of a gas pipeline. EPB Newsletter. 1 #6 (Jun '73): p 2

The Public Will be Heard, EPB. 1 #9 (Nov '73): pp2-3

ERASMUS, Georges

Political Development in the Territories: Dene National Assemby - "Metro Proposal". Excerpts from CARC's Second National Workshop.CARC ed. 6 #3 ('78): pp3-4

Federal Energy Policy

Norway, The North Sea, and Canada. Michael Crommelin. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): p5

Federal Environmental Assessment Policy

Federal Environmental Assessment Policy, Now You See It; Now You Don't. A.R. Lucas. 2 #1 (Dec-Jan '74): pp2-3

FENGE, Terry

Arctic Fisheries: New Approaches for Troubled Waters.With Robert Keith, Peter Jacobs, and Shelagh Jane Woods. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp1-5

Development in the Beaufort Sea Region: From EARP to Regional Planning. 11 #3 (May-Jun '83): pp5-8

Environmentally Significant Areas of the Yukon Territory: A Step Towards Balanced Land Use. WithJ. Gordon Nelson, and J.B. Theberge. VIII #4 ('80): pp2-5

From Recommendations to Policy: Battling Inertia to Obtain a Land Claims Policy. With Joanne Barnaby. 15 #1 (Jan-Apr '87): pp12-15

Hydroelectric Power on the Great Whale River: Toward Environmentally Sustainable Development. Issue devoted to the assessment of the Great Whale Project. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp1-16

Measuring Up: Did the BEARP Fulfil Expectations? 12 #3 (Dec '84): pp14-16

Northern Environmental Conservation: The Case of Polar Bear Pass. 9 #6 ('81): pp2-9

Parochialism in High Places. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): p6

Planning for Lancaster Sound: Where to Now? 14 #3 (May-Jun '86): pp10-12

The Great Whale Review and the Federal Government's Disappearing Act. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp2-5

FINAN, Wendy

The Hall Beach Incident; the oil spill near Igloolik.9 #4&5 ('81): pp2-7

FIRTH, Wally

"Consultation" and Exploration; about the election of Wally Firth.CARC ed. 1, #1 (Jan '73): p 2

A Conversation with Wally Firth; interview byDougald Brown. 1 #9 (Nov '73): pp3-4

Fish

Arctic Fisheries: New Approaches for Troubled Waters.With Robert Keith, Terry Fenge, Peter Jacobs, and Shelagh Jane Woods. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp1-5

Arctic Fisheries Research in Canada: An Informal Perspective. G. Burton Ayles. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp13- 15

Economic Opportunities in the Commercial Fisheries of the Northwest Territories. Dan Topolniski, Sydney Kerwan, Allan Kristofferson. 15 #4 (Nov '87): pp8-10

FRASER, Max

Hearings, as a Way of Life. EARP versus the NPA. With Don Gamble. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp15-16

Free Trade

Along for the Ride? Northern Canadians Ponder Their Place on the Free Trade Track. A ;cross-boundary issue.CARC ed. 16 #3 (May-Jun '88): pp1-12

Excerpts from Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Standing Committee on External Affairs and International Trade; Ken Blower, Bill Erasmus, Steven Richards. CARC ed. 16 ;#3 (May-Jun '88): p11

Northern Waters and Free Trade. Donald J. Gamble and Melvin G. Clark. 16 #3 (May-Jun '88): pp9-10

Protecting the Porcupine Herd. CARC ed. 16 #3 (May-Jun '88): p12

The Canada-U.S.A. Trade Agreement and the Yukon. Yukon Territorial Government, 1988. 16 #3 (May-Jun '88): pp4-5

What the Macdonald Commission Had to Say: What Michael Wilson Had to Say. CARC ed. 16 #3 (May-Jun '88): p8

FREEMAN, Milton

The Nature and Utility of Traditional Ecological Knowledge. 20 #1 (Summer '92): pp 9-12

FULLER, William

Thoughts on the Energy Crisis. 1 #3 (Mar. '73): p5

GAMBLE, Donald J.

Arctic Offshore Developments: The Circumpolar Challenge. Don Gamble. VII #6 ('79): pp1-4

Hearings, as a Way of Life. EARP versus the NPA. With Max Fraser. VIII #7&8 ('80): pp15-16

Native Rights - A Background. 6 #4 ('78): pp11-12

Northern Waters and Free Trade. With Melvin G. Clark. 16 #3 (May-Jun '88): pp9-10

On the Estimation of Blowout Probability.WithC.T.L.Janssen. 9 #4&5 ('81): pp8-11

The GRAND Canal and the National Interest: When Should Rational Thinking Apply to Water Policy?15 #3 ('87): pp2-7

The Polar Bear Pass Report: Has DIAND Lost All Self-respect? 9 #6 ('81): pp10-11

Gas, Liquid natural. See also Petroleum

Arctic Offshore Drilling; on the Arctic Islands, in Lancaster Sound, and in Hudson Bay. CARC ed. 2 #4 ('74) pp1-8

Canada's Arctic Pilot Project: How Will it Affect Greenland? On the passage of LNG Tankers through Greenland's waters.Thule's Municipal Council. VII #8 ('79): pp4-5

Commodity Value Gas Pricing: One Man's View. Bruce Wilson. 3 #2 ('75) pp4-5

Delta Gas: Now or Later; arguments for delay by John Helliwell, Myron Gordon, Eric Kierans, Terence Godsall, James Wah-shee and Douglas Pimlott. 2 #3 ('74) pp1-4

Frontier Gas: Economic Indigestion. John Helliwell. 5 #2 ('77): pp1-4

Frontier Gas - Now or Later? Interchange between Bruce Wilson and John Helliwell,CARC ed. 3 #1 ('75): pp3-4

Gas Export Hearings. CARC ed. 3 #1 ('75) p1

High Arctic Natural Gas Considerations. CARC's submission to the National Energy Board, natural gas supply and demand hearings. CARC ed. 6 #5 ('78): pp1-8

Northern Gas Reserves. F.K. North. 1 #9 (Nov '73): pp1-3

GASTON, Tony

Wilderness: The Passing of a Dream. 10 #4 (Jun-Aug '82): pp9-11

GIBSON, Bob

Nanisivik; inadequacies of the federal government's approach to environmental protection. With Bill ;McLeod. 4 #2 ('76) pp1-6. Addendum 4 #4 ('76): p9

Strathcona Sound - A New Approach? 3 #2 ('75): pp1-3

GLAZIER, Gerry T.

An Environmental Research and Management Strategy for the Eastern Arctic Region.With Ian Stirling, andRon Wallace. VII #6 ('79): pp4-9

GODSALL, Terence

Delta Gas: Now or Later; arguments for delay, with John Helliwell, Myron Gordon, Eric Kierans, James Wah-shee and Douglas Pimlott. 2 #3 ('74): p3

GORDON, Mark R.

What Sovereignty Really Means. 13 # 3 (May-Aug '85): p8

GORDON, Myron

Delta Gas: Now or Later; arguments for delay, with John Helliwell, Eric Kierans, Terence Godsall, James Wah-shee and Douglas Pimlott. 2 #3 ('74) pp1-2

GRAEME, Toni

The Changing Role of Women in the North. 17 #3 (Aug-Oct '89): p2

GRANT Shelagh D.

A Case of Compounded Error: The Inuit Resettlement Project, 1953, and the Government Response, 1990. 19 #1 (Spring '91): pp3-29

GREEN, Bob

The Indian Economy. 16 # 2 (Mar-Apr '88): pp10-11

GREENAWAY, (B.Gen Ret'd.) K.R.

Offering Up Canada's North. With B.Gen. (Ret'd.) C.E. Beattie. 14 #4 (Sep-Oct '86): pp5-8

Greenland

Canada's Arctic Pilot Project: How Will it Affect Greenland? Thule's Municipal Council. CARC ed. VII #8 ('79): pp4-5

Greenland. Issue on aboriginal self-government. VII #8 ('79): pp1-8

Lessons of Self-government and Development.Peter Jull. VII #8 ('79): pp1-3,6-8

HALL, Fred

The Labrador Inuit Development Corporation. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp23-24

HANNIGAN, John

Oil and Gas Activity in the Soviet North. 16 #4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp14-16

HARRIS, Stuart A.

Effects of Climatic Change on Northern Permafrost. 15 #5 (Dec '87): pp7-9

HARTMAN, Gordon F.

Is There a Future for Yukon Wildlife? VIII #4 ('80): pp6-8

HAWKES, Suzanne

Unheard Voices: James Bay II and the Women of Kuujjuarapik. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp9-11

HAYSOM, Veryan

Labrador Inuit Land Claims: Aboriginal Rights and Interests v. Federal and Provincial Responsibilities and Authorities. 18 #2 (Mar-Apr '90): pp6-10

HAYWARD, Dan

Gorbachev's Murmansk Initiative: New Prospects for Arms Control in the Arctic. 16 # 4 (Jul-Aug '88): pp9-11

HAZELL, Stephen

The High Arctic Resettlement Experiment: A Question of Fundamental Justice. 19 #1 (Spring '91): pp30-31

Health

Inquiry into Health Care. CARC ed. VIII #3 ('80): p12

HECKY, Robert

Methylmercury Contamination in Northern Canada. 15 #3 ('87): pp8-9

HELLIWELL, John

Delta Gas: Now or Later; arguments for delay, with Myron Gordon, Eric Kierans, Terence Godsall, James Wah-shee and Douglas Pimlott. 2 #3 ('74): p1

Frontier Gas: Economic Indigestion. 5 #2 ('77): pp1-4

HERCHMER, H.

"Caribou Eskimos" v. The Canadian Legal System. The Baker Lake decision. VIII #3 ('80): pp2-8

Highways

Bulldozers: Public and Private; the responsibility of government to do an EIS on the Dempster Highway, EPB. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): p6

Camps, Dumps, Helicopters.Grahame Beakhust and Sharon Kerr. 1 #8 (Jul-Aug '73): p7

"Little haul road, don't you cry, you'll be a highway by and by." John Jahn and Pat Anderson. 4 #4 ('76): pp8-12

Mackenzie Valley Highway. 1 #1 (Jan '73): p1

Motion 81-73 . . . Carried. Councillors of Fort Wrigley speak out against the Mackenzie Valley Highway,Settlement Council Meeting, 1973. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): pp1-2

Rabbitskin; opposition to the Mackenzie Valley Highway, statement by CouncillorLucy Jackson, CARC ed. 1 #1 (Jan '73): p1

Re-inventing the Wheel. R.F. Legett, Mont Gabriel Conference, 1972. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): pp2-4

The Dempster Highway, "Road to Resources". An example of the need for impact assessment before construction begins. Excerpts from "The Dempster Highway." byWilliam MacLeod, in Northern Transitions, vol.1. CARC1978. VII #1 ('79): pp1-8

The Martin River Crossing and Other Incidents. Jim Wolford, on northern road work, particularly the Mackenzie Valley Highway. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): pp4-5

The Minister . . . His Critics; quotes from the IAND Standing Committee, 1973. 1 #8 (Sep-Oct '73): p6

HOBSON, George

Traditional Knowledge Is Science. George Hobson. 20 #1 (Summer '92): p2

Hudson Bay Program. The

Towards a Sustainable Future in Hudson Bay; and the inception of the Hudson Bay Program. Glen Okrainetz. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp12-16

HUMMEL, Monte

The Northern Agenda: A Memorandum to the Government of Canada. With other CARC members and friends.12 #2 (Nov '84): p8

HUNT, Constance D.

Aboriginal Land Rights: A Canadian's Impression; in Australia.VIII #5 ('80) pp2-10

Inuvialuit Land Rights: A Commentary. On the position of the federal government and COPE. 6 #4 ('78): pp1-4

Legislative Alternatives for the Establishment of a Wilderness Area; on the rationale for protecting wilderness and the current legislation.With Rusty Miller and Donna Tingley. VII #2 ('79): pp2-6

Hydroelectric Power

Aishihik River - An Unfortunate Precedent; the effect of inadequate impact assessments on future proceedings. Jim Wolford. 1 #5 (May '73): pp2-3

Environmental Protection and the James Bay Agreement: Rethinking the Committee Approach. Robert Lanari. 15 #3 ('87): pp10-12

Hydroelectric Development in the Hudson Bay Bioregion.CARC ed. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): p11

Hydroelectric Power on the Great Whale River: Toward Environmentally Sustainable Development. Issue devoted to the assessment of the Great Whale Project.Terry Fenge. 20 #2 (Fall-Winter '92): pp1-16

Methylmercury Contamination in Northern Canada. Robert E. Hecky. 15 #3 ('87): pp8-9

Of Gigawatts and GRAND Designs; issue on the folly of man.15 #3 ('87): pp1-15

Power Play; issue devoted to hydroelectric development in the Hudson Bay Bioregion. 20 #2 ('92): pp2-11

Sustainable Development in the Hudson Bay/ James Bay Region. CARC, Rawson Academy of Aquatic Science, Environmental Committee of Sanikiluaq. 19 #3 (Autumn '91): pp3-8

The GRAND Canal and the National Interest: When Should Rational Thinking Apply to Water Policy? Donald J. Gamble. 15 #3 ('87): pp2-7