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A non-governmental think tank is calling for a rigorous code of conduct for cruise ships and private boats which enter Canadian Arctic waters.
The Centre for International Governance Innovation has released a policy report based on discussions held with various groups in Iqaluit in May.
John Higginbotham, a senior fellow with the centre, said more needs to be done to ensure cruise ships are carefully monitored.
"In terms of crew training, in terms of sensitivity to aboriginal cultures, in terms of providing benefits for the small communities in the Arctic that they may call upon when they are traveling among the...