The North Pole moves very slowly. About 17cm a year as the Earth wobbles a bit on it's axis. A fact entirely trivial to pretty much everyone except a few astronomers and satellite engineers.
You're talking about the magnetic north pole which is a whole different matter. Given how it is being generated it's no surprise it has no fixed position and is forever on the move. Right now it is moving faster than usual, out of Canada, over the top of the world and off towards Siberia.
The current movements of the magnetic north pole over into Russia require most of us to do absolutely nothing as it isn't relevant to our lives. However it is a concern for a handful of people working in fields like navigation, communication and meteorology who will have to recalibrate their instruments. It also means shipping operating in the seas off northern Russia and Canada will need to take more care with their navigation than usual.
Had you read the article you linked, you would already know most of that. However, given it's a link to the Dail Fail, I don't blame you for getting it double checked.