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2014/04/15 02:09
2014/04/15 02:09
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Writer/director Gerda Stevenson has woven her core material out of folklore - primarily an old Inuit legend - but her evocation of a drowned girl, her skeleton still sentient and observant under the...
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2014/04/14 23:27
2014/04/14 23:27
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EDMONTON - Alberta hopes forcing bars, restaurants and liquor stores to put up signs will help prevent fetal alcohol syndrome disorders. The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission says businesses must...
2014/04/14 16:39
2014/04/14 16:39
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Why do environmental pollutants accumulate in the cold polar regions? This may not only be due to the fact that many substances are less volatile at low temperatures, as has been long suspected, but...
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2014/04/14 05:06
2014/04/14 05:06
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A seal hunter drags a harp seal back to his snowmobile during the annual seal hunt on a ice floe in the Gulf of St. Lawrence on April 2, 2005. The annual East Coast seal hunt starts Monday against a...
2014/04/13 20:39
2014/04/13 20:39
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Toboggan Hill, outside Igloolik, Nunavut, should awe visitors with an expanse of blinding white that seems to stretch on forever. Instead, the beauty of this unforgiving land has been scarred with...
2014/04/13 11:12
2014/04/13 11:12
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MISSISSAUGA — While most people in Mississauga are ready to put away their winter clothes, at Riverside Public School they're breaking out the toques and Canada Goose jackets. A group of 16 students...
2014/04/12 02:39
2014/04/12 02:39
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Inuit Circumpolar Council Discussing Food Security The Inuit Circumpolar Council is holding a meeting in Nome next week. The topic is food security, and the goal is to create a framework to...
2014/04/11 01:39
2014/04/11 01:39
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OTTAWA — The federal government has tabled its First Nations education bill despite complaints from some aboriginal organizations that it skimps on funding and fails to give natives direct control of...
2014/04/10 20:19
2014/04/10 20:19
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A northern air carrier has fired two pilots after they flew a plane so far off course on a routine Arctic flight that it took about 20 minutes to get back. "We learned the pilots did not follow our...
2014/04/09 23:18
2014/04/09 23:18
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Serious Food Insecurity in Canada’s Remote Aboriginal North Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsAboriginal Food Security in Northern Canada: An Assessment of the State of...
2014/04/09 22:07
2014/04/09 22:07
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Related Photos April 15th is just days away. While many may be filing taxes themselves, others often pay someone to file their taxes for them, and still there are others who are making the most of...
2014/04/09 11:07
2014/04/09 11:07
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HALIFAX - The case of two people charged in the death of Loretta Saunders is scheduled to return to court in Halifax today. First-degree murder charges have been laid against 25-year-old Blake...
2014/04/09 06:46
2014/04/09 06:46
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A Turner Valley woman is taking a wait-and-see attitude for making the history of residential schools part of Alberta�s education. �I have heard the government say that many, many times before,� said...
2014/04/08 23:58
2014/04/08 23:58
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The Canadian branch of the Humane Society has issued a statement reasserting its support of the Inuit seal hunt in response to the online "sealfie" movement. "We have never opposed the Inuit...
2014/04/08 23:41
2014/04/08 23:41
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BLOG: Canada, Russia And The North Pole Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird walks past a map of the Arctic at a news conference on Canada’s Arctic claim in Ottawa, on Dec 9 2013. Photo by Sean...
2014/04/08 18:24
2014/04/08 18:24
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Crossroads School in Devlin will receive a “Recognition of Excellence” at the Rainy River District School Board’s regular meeting tonight for two of its recent initiatives—Math for Young Children and...
2014/04/08 08:26
2014/04/08 08:26
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Whaling around the world: How Japan's catch compares Japan has announced it will not continue whaling in the Antarctic, after the International Court of Justice ruled its "scientific" program was...
2014/04/07 17:24
2014/04/07 17:24
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Forres Gazette Adam Stafford is one of three acts appearing under the banner of record label Gerry Loves Records on Tuesday for Netsounds Unsigned at Mad Hatters, Inverness. Adam – as well as...
2014/04/07 01:20
2014/04/07 01:20
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That said, some groups of people have survived-even thrived-on an animal-only diet. Research suggests that traditionally the Inuit ate any number of meats, including seal, whale, caribou and fish. But...
2014/04/05 08:30
2014/04/05 08:30
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NORWALK, Conn. - One of the top narwhal researchers in the country, Dr. Martin Nweeia, a dentist in Sharon, will share what he has learned about “the unicorns of the sea” in a talk Monday, April 7, at...
2014/04/15 02:09
2014/04/15 02:09
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