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CTV News
Ont. premier apologizes for 'brutalities' suffered at residential schoolsTORONTO -- Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario gover
Ont. premier apologizes for 'brutalities' suffered at residential schools
CTV News / Posted 7 hours ago
TORONTO -- Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. "I apologize for the province's silence in the face of abuses... Read more
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CBC.ca
Improve relations with Indigenous students, says school boardWynne officially apologized to Ontario's Indigenous communities for decades of
Improve relations with Indigenous students, says school board
CBC.ca / Posted 10 hours ago
Wynne officially apologized to Ontario's Indigenous communities for decades of mistreatment of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people. Wynne gave the province's official response to last year's 381-page report from the Truth and Reconciliation... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Premier apologizes for residential schoolsin the minds of the federal and provincial governments." With residential scho
Premier apologizes for residential schools
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 11 hours ago
in the minds of the federal and provincial governments." With residential school survivors and First Nation, Metis and Inuit leaders in attendance, Wynne apologized in the legislature for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools,... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Metis busy confirming new statusCourt of Canada ruled that Metis are constitutionally under the federal governm
Metis busy confirming new status
Sarnia Observer / Posted 11 hours ago
Court of Canada ruled that Metis are constitutionally under the federal government, the same as First Nations and the Inuit. Marie Laprise has been busy helping people obtain their Metis card, and says her phone has been “ringing off the... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Award-winning musician touring PWSD schools(PWSD) welcomes Sherryl Sewepagaham, an award-winning musician and music educat
Award-winning musician touring PWSD schools
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 12 hours ago
(PWSD) welcomes Sherryl Sewepagaham, an award-winning musician and music educator for this year's First Nations, Metis and Inuit (FNMI) school tour. The tour will be visiting 15 PWSD schools from May 30 to June 8. With a music career spanning more... Read more
16h
Wallaceburg Courier Press
Metis busy confirming new statushigh court was also asked to rule on whether the government has the same respon
Metis busy confirming new status
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 16 hours ago
high court was also asked to rule on whether the government has the same responsibility to them as to status Indians and Inuit. Laprise and her husband Claude are well-known supports of the Metis culture in Southwestern Ontario. They launched... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Metis busy confirming new statushigh court was also asked to rule on whether the government has the same respon
Metis busy confirming new status
Chatham Daily News / Posted 17 hours ago
high court was also asked to rule on whether the government has the same responsibility to them as to status Indians and Inuit. Laprise and her husband Claude are well-known supports of the Metis culture in Southwestern Ontario. They launched... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne offered a formal apology Monday on behalf of the Ontario
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
The Sudbury Star / Posted 18 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne offered a formal apology Monday on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. "I apologize for the polices and practices supported by... Read more
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The Sault Star
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
The Sault Star / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Northumberland Today / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
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20h
Orillia Packet & Times
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
20h
Simcoe Reformer
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
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Barrie Examiner
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Barrie Examiner / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
20h
Sarnia Observer
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Sarnia Observer / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
20h
St. Catharines Standard
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
20h
Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
20h
Chatham Daily News
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Chatham Daily News / Posted 20 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
21h
Niagara Falls Review
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 21 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
21h
Welland Tribune
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
Welland Tribune / Posted 21 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
21h
The Brantford Expositor
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to Fi
Wynne sorry for residential school 'brutalities'
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 21 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Monday's formal apology was part of the province's reaction to the 2015... Read more
19 related stories
21h
CTV News
Ont. premier apologizes for 'brutalities' suffered at residential schoolsTORONTO -- Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario gover
Ont. premier apologizes for 'brutalities' suffered at residential schools
CTV News / Posted 21 hours ago
TORONTO -- Premier Kathleen Wynne has apologized on behalf of the Ontario government to First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities for the "brutalities" suffered at residential schools. Wynne said Ontario wants to acknowledge "one of the most... Read more
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21h
Brandon Sun
Powwow celebrates BU gradsNations Powwow, Saturday afternoon at Brandon University. The celebration start
Powwow celebrates BU grads
Brandon Sun / Posted 21 hours ago
Nations Powwow, Saturday afternoon at Brandon University. The celebration started in 2010 and honours indigenous, Métis and Inuit graduates, with approximately 30 of the dancers being new diploma holders. Indigenous dancers, singers and drummers... Read more
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The Hindu
Why can’t they let a good tale be?by wolves. There’s Kotick, the white seal; Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, the inquisitive mo
Why can’t they let a good tale be?
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
by wolves. There’s Kotick, the white seal; Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, the inquisitive mongoose; Toomai of the Elephants; Kadlu, the Inuit and his husky, Kotuko. Oh, there’s lot’s more! And each story is followed by a lovely poem. How about a movie on any of... Read more
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Showbiz Renegade
50 Cent joins the long list of Super Bowl Adstheir new 2012 Suzuki Kizashi sport sedan. The commercial features the G-Unit h
50 Cent joins the long list of Super Bowl Ads
Showbiz Renegade / Posted yesterday
their new 2012 Suzuki Kizashi sport sedan. The commercial features the G-Unit head honcho’s song, ‘Movin on Up,’ and an Inuit Eskimo driver, who has traded in his sled for an all-wheel-drive Kizashi. “We reached out to 50 Cent because we... Read more
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CTV News
Ontario to improve levels of care for youth in group homes following scathing reportservice providers and community organizations expressed concerns about the over
Ontario to improve levels of care for youth in group homes following scathing report
CTV News / Posted yesterday
service providers and community organizations expressed concerns about the over-representation of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit young people in residential care, especially in the child welfare and youth justice sectors. The authors called on... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Messages of hope from Sudbury to Attawapiskatlives in Ottawa, but his ancestry is Scottish and Inuk, with his mother and her
Messages of hope from Sudbury to Attawapiskat
The Sudbury Star / Posted 3 days ago
lives in Ottawa, but his ancestry is Scottish and Inuk, with his mother and her people being from Nunavut. The cultures of Inuit and first nations people are similar in that many members live in remote, isolated communities and suffer the same... Read more
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BC Local News
Braving the Arctic windsof Petter Norberg, met with Frederik Norberg of Sweden, Petter's great-grandnep
Braving the Arctic winds
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
of Petter Norberg, met with Frederik Norberg of Sweden, Petter's great-grandnephew, for the first time in the small Inuit establishment on the coast of Coronation Gulf in western Nanuvut, largely because of the efforts of... Read more
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CBC.ca
Federal government releases summary of meetings leading up to MMIW inquirythe majority of whom should be Indigenous women. Those commissioners should be
Federal government releases summary of meetings leading up to MMIW inquiry
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
the majority of whom should be Indigenous women. Those commissioners should be diverse, representing First Nations, Inuit and Métis and different regions in Canada, according to the summary. Other recommendations include that commissioners... Read more
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CBC.ca
'We're taking this very seriously': Nunavik leaders on suicide crisisIn Quebec's Inuit territory of Nunavik, leaders have rejected calls to declare
'We're taking this very seriously': Nunavik leaders on suicide crisis
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
In Quebec's Inuit territory of Nunavik, leaders have rejected calls to declare a state of emergency over a recent spate of self-inflicted deaths. In his first official statement since twelve people took their own lives, Makivik Corporation president... Read more
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Kincardine News
New medical officer of health seeks innovationeconomist and consultant, medical officer of health and as a regional community
New medical officer of health seeks innovation
Kincardine News / Posted 3 days ago
economist and consultant, medical officer of health and as a regional community medicine specialist for First Nations and Inuit Health Branch of Health Canada in Alberta and Ontario regions. “She continues to do research in applied public health... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Thoughts on being an Angling AddictThey have been leaders in producing such boats for angling. When kayaks are me
Thoughts on being an Angling Addict
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 3 days ago
They have been leaders in producing such boats for angling. When kayaks are mentioned, many people still think of a native Inuit hunter paddling a seal-skin craft through icebergs in search of whale blubber. Modern fishing kayaks are a far cry from... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
New medical officer of health seeks innovationeconomist and consultant, medical officer of health and as a regional community
New medical officer of health seeks innovation
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 3 days ago
economist and consultant, medical officer of health and as a regional community medicine specialist for First Nations and Inuit Health Branch of Health Canada in Alberta and Ontario regions. “She continues to do research in applied public health... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Dancing out of Havana: A paralyzed Inuit ballet prodigy vows to rise againsheets. Still, Napu, 29, doesn’t speak sorrowfully, or even sadly, about his o
Dancing out of Havana: A paralyzed Inuit ballet prodigy vows to rise again
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
sheets. Still, Napu, 29, doesn’t speak sorrowfully, or even sadly, about his ordeal. By all accounts, he is the only Inuit ballet dancer in the world, and maybe ever – discouragement doesn’t come easily to him. Instead, he’s planning to... Read more
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The Hindu
Why movies on favourite books are a let downwolves. There’s Kotick, the white seal; Rikki-tiki-tavi, the inquisitive mongoo
Why movies on favourite books are a let down
The Hindu / Posted 4 days ago
wolves. There’s Kotick, the white seal; Rikki-tiki-tavi, the inquisitive mongoose; Toomai of the Elephants and Kadlu, the Inuit, and his husky, Kotuko. Oh, lot’s more! And each story is followed by a lovely poem. How about a movie on any of those?... Read more
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Faster Louder
PUP’s track by track guide to their new album ‘The Dream Is Over’‘The Coast’ When I was a little kid, my parents used to read me this story cal
PUP’s track by track guide to their new album ‘The Dream Is Over’
Faster Louder / Posted 4 days ago
‘The Coast’ When I was a little kid, my parents used to read me this story called “A Promise Is A Promise”. It was an old Inuit story about a little girl who lives in the North. Her parents make her promise not to walk on the sea ice alone in the... Read more
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examiner.com
Grizzly, polar and grolar bears, say what? Climate change leads to new hybridUnofficially the half-breed is called a grolar if the sire is a grizzly and a p
Grizzly, polar and grolar bears, say what? Climate change leads to new hybrid
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
Unofficially the half-breed is called a grolar if the sire is a grizzly and a pizzlies if the sire is a polar bear. The Inuit word for the hybrid is nanurlak, a combination of the words for polar and grizzly bears. While polar bears and... Read more
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iol.co.za
Explore North America’s wildest cornersgateway town of Whitehorse. Take a flight-seeing tour over the glacier fields o
Explore North America’s wildest corners
iol.co.za / Posted 4 days ago
gateway town of Whitehorse. Take a flight-seeing tour over the glacier fields of the vast Kluane National Park, learn about Inuit culture, and (weather depending) see the Northern Lights. This 13-day tour costs from £1 451pp including room-only... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
The art of conversation takes centre stage at festival eventaudiences will be able to experience four different techniques. One of them, C
The art of conversation takes centre stage at festival event
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 5 days ago
audiences will be able to experience four different techniques. One of them, Conversation Without Words, is based on an Inuit ritual from Greenland. Lotte said: “They have an annual meeting of chiefs of different communities without speaking.... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
The art of conversation takes centre stage at festival eventaudiences will be able to experience four different techniques. One of them, C
The art of conversation takes centre stage at festival event
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 5 days ago
audiences will be able to experience four different techniques. One of them, Conversation Without Words, is based on an Inuit ritual from Greenland. Lotte said: “They have an annual meeting of chiefs of different communities without speaking.... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Grizzly-polar bear hybrid 'result of climate change'bear adaptation. “Most of the mating activity of polar bears is occurring out
Grizzly-polar bear hybrid 'result of climate change'
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
bear adaptation. “Most of the mating activity of polar bears is occurring out on the sea ice, so there’s a spatial discontinuity between where a grizzly bear would be in the spring and where a polar bear would be in the spring.” Ishalook's hybrid... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Retired social worker walks for childrenfor a petition she plans to eventually deliver to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Retired social worker walks for children
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
for a petition she plans to eventually deliver to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Her petition asks for empowerment of Inuit mothers and reduction of the number of foster children placements in Nunavik. While in Williams Lake Loranger visited... Read more
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CBC.ca
Nunavut Inuit group shows its members the mining moneyThe Inuit land-claim organization for Nunavut's Baffin Island region is soundin
Nunavut Inuit group shows its members the mining money
CBC.ca / Posted 7 days ago
The Inuit land-claim organization for Nunavut's Baffin Island region is sounding out on a traditionally hush-hush topic: how much money an aboriginal group receives in its financial deal with a mining company. The Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA)... Read more
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Business Insider
A grizzly-polar bear hybrid might be on the rise in Canadaof the two. Known as a "pizzly" if the father is a polar bear, a "growler" if
A grizzly-polar bear hybrid might be on the rise in Canada
Business Insider / Posted 8 days ago
of the two. Known as a "pizzly" if the father is a polar bear, a "growler" if the father is a grizzly — nanurlak, in the Inuit languages — these hybrids are the result of interbreeding between the two genetically similar species. While he... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.people would say extroverts. After all, most have the gift of gab, never seem t
Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.
Stamford Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
people would say extroverts. After all, most have the gift of gab, never seem to meet a stranger and could sell ice to an Inuit. Yet you wouldn’t be wrong if you're also thinking that introverts can bring just as much to the table -- if not... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.people would say extroverts. After all, most have the gift of gab, never seem t
Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.
Connecticut Post / Posted 9 days ago
people would say extroverts. After all, most have the gift of gab, never seem to meet a stranger and could sell ice to an Inuit. Yet you wouldn’t be wrong if you're also thinking that introverts can bring just as much to the table -- if not... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.people would say extroverts. After all, most have the gift of gab, never seem t
Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.
Greenwich Time / Posted 9 days ago
people would say extroverts. After all, most have the gift of gab, never seem to meet a stranger and could sell ice to an Inuit. Yet you wouldn’t be wrong if you're also thinking that introverts can bring just as much to the table -- if not... Read more
3 related stories
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The News-Times
Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.people would say extroverts. After all, most have the gift of gab, never seem t
Why Introverts May Be Better at Business Than Extroverts.
The News-Times / Posted 9 days ago
people would say extroverts. After all, most have the gift of gab, never seem to meet a stranger and could sell ice to an Inuit. Yet you wouldn’t be wrong if you're also thinking that introverts can bring just as much to the table -- if not... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Tanya Tagaq reunites with Kronos for Royal Conservatory’s 21C FestivalWhen David Harrington of the world-famous Kronos Quartet first talked to the co
Tanya Tagaq reunites with Kronos for Royal Conservatory’s 21C Festival
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
When David Harrington of the world-famous Kronos Quartet first talked to the contemporary Inuit vocal phenomenon that is Tanya Tagaq, he told her he loved what she put into the notes she sang. “She kind of laughed,” Harrington recounts, “and she... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Canada adopts UN declarationwas elected, Bennett had pledged the declaration would be adopted to help forge
Canada adopts UN declaration
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
was elected, Bennett had pledged the declaration would be adopted to help forge relationships with First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. She pointed out Sec. 35 of Canada’s Constitution offers a framework for the protection of indigenous rights,... Read more
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CBC.ca
Gained in translation: Inuit in Ottawa fine-tune mental health servicesnow part of the Inuk Task Force, which aims to make programs offered by social
Gained in translation: Inuit in Ottawa fine-tune mental health services
CBC.ca / Posted 11 days ago
now part of the Inuk Task Force, which aims to make programs offered by social service agencies in Ottawa more relevant for Inuit. Annie Ainalik (left) and Simeonie Kunnuk (right) wear Inuk Task Force T-shirts. Both are residential school... Read more
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