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Solutions

The belief in a better way of doing things is at the heart of much of The Narwhal’s reporting. All across Canada, people and communities are finding solutions to broken regulatory systems, generating ideas for cleaner communities and re-envisioning natural resource development.

Solutions journalism elevates public conversations by pointing to the root of problems and what is being done to fix them. Here you’ll find stories about renewable energy, the revitalization of Canada’s environmental laws and the ideas that are sparking revolutions in how we think about and move through our daily lives.

In the Arctic, a massive new Inuvialuit-led conservation area protects Porcupine caribou grounds

A great expanse of tundra in the northeast corner of the Yukon is now protected by an Indigenous-led conservation area, safeguarding important Inuvialuit harvesting areas...

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