This chapter explores population mobility of the remote Norths with a specific focuses on climigration and migration and how these in turn may affect the vulnerability and resilience of a community. However, the current rate of change in the climate and the effect that this has had upon the food sources and human settlements of the Alaskan Indigenous Arctic communities has been in many instances greater than the ability to adapt. The chapter uses the term climigration to describe the need for permanent migration out of the Shishmaref community that is due to climate change and differs from migration experienced in Katherine that was caused by a catastrophic random weather event. People have emotional attachments to specific locations that will affect their coping and adaptation behaviours subsequent to a weather borne hazard event. The Katherine takes from Dean Carson's research on the effect of cyclone Les on the size and composition of the population subsequent to a catastrophic weather event.