Climate change is warming northern Canada four to five times faster than the global average. That's wreaking havoc on many of Canada's 3,300 miles of ice roads.
They've been freezing later and melting earlier in the year, creating hazards for truck drivers and cutting off some towns from supply routes.
This article was originally published on May 03, 2017.
This segment aired on May 3, 2017.
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