ArcticNet’s multidisciplinary research efforts focus on addressing the challenges and opportunities of the rapidly changing Canadian Arctic. ArcticNet funds projects across northern Manitoba, northern Yukon and the four Inuit regions of Canada: the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, Nunavut, Nunavik and Nunatsiavut.
Call for Proposals
Research funding opportunities
With one ocean, a 35000-island archipelago, Baffin Bay, and Hudson Bay, the sea plays a pivotal role in the subsistence economy and culture of the Canadian Arctic. Projects corresponding to this aim to better understand the reponse of marine systems and ecosystems to the pressures of climate change and modernization.
The tundra, rivers and lakes of the continental Arctic underpin the lifestyle of Inuit and Northerners, providing food and drinking water. Projects devoted to this focus on understanding how changing terrestrial ecosystems impact industry, socio-economic development and climate change.
Inuit Health, Education and Adaptation
From providing better housing and education opportunities, to supporting health and wellness, projects under this theme aim to address the social development of the Canadian Arctic and support Inuit self-determination.
Northern Policy and Development
From providing better housing and education opportunities, to supporting health and wellness, these projects address the social development of the Canadian Arctic and support Inuit self-determination.
ArticNet’s trademark is the mobilization of science results and northern expertise to inform policy. These projects focus on the application of knowledge to emerging northern issues not yet covered by ArcticNet.
Research by the North, for the North, in the North
In Arctic Canada, research must be led by northerners, based on northern knowledge and needs. ArcticNet’s North-by-North Program addresses significant gaps in northern and Inuit participation in the research and innovation ecosystem through two programs:
ArcticNet is committed to making sure our research is accessible across the Arctic research community and to research end-users. From the Integrated Regional Impact Studies (IRIS) reports to the ArcticNet Publications Database, access our publications and see what ArcticNet researchers have been working on.
The ArcticNet Data Management policy outlines network-wide objectives, principles, and guidelines for the management, retention, use, and dissemination of data generated and collected by ArcticNet-funded projects.