Can you imagine going out to find a story in the arctic, in the freezing cold, among plains of snow? Neither can we, but that's what the Arctic's journalists have to do to get their job done
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You might imagine that probably most days in the Arctic are slow news days - and that might be the case sometimes. But other times, journalists like Kent Driscoll of APTN News Network have investigate issues like the murders of Indigenous women, food security, and suicide rates, and it can be tough to balance out tragic news with the good news. Check out Monocle's video to learn more!
Video via Monocle Magazine