In September 2014, the premiers of Northwest Territories, Yukon and Nunavut met in Yellowknife to announce the release of A Northern Vision: Building a Better North.
The renewed vision outlines territorial governments' shared priorities, focusing on productive and engaged citizens, energy, infrastructure and governance in the North.
In 2007, the premiers of Canada’s three territories met in Whitehorse to announce the release of A Northern Vision: A Stronger North and a Better Canada.
The Northern Vision outlines common priorities for the territorial governments, with a focus on sovereignty and sustainable communities, adapting to climate change, and circumpolar relations.
June 16, 2015
The three territorial premiers met in Kugluktuk, Nunavut on June 16, 2015, for the annual Northern Premiers’ Forum to discuss their shared priorities and continued cooperation for building a better North.
Released in 2014
This document renews the collaborative vision for the North shared by the three territories by focusing on productive and engaged citizens, energy, infrastructure and governance to create a stronger North.
Released in 2011
Canada’s northern territories have committed to work together on climate change. This strategy was produced to build on the partnerships and success of 2007’s A Northern Vision. It identifies six approaches to climate change adaptation in the North. The impacts vary widely across the North, but the territorial governments will work together to keep northern infrastructure, ecosystems and cultures strong and resilient.
Released in 2011
The inventory outlines current and future renewable energy resources. It came out of a commitment by the three premiers at the 2009 Northern Premiers' Forum. Providing energy in Canada’s North is a difficult, yet critical task. Distinct opportunities and challenges are faced by each territory. This inventory describes the current state and identifies what’s being done to increase renewable energy use in the future.
Released in 2007
Canada’s North is experiencing unprecedented economic, environmental and political transformation. The implications extend across Canada. This document outlines how, in this context, the governments of Canada’s northern territories will build a more prosperous, sustainable and secure North.