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St. Catharines Standard
Teens from Nunavut get sweltering welcomekids have never been to a beach or a zoo, so that's on our list." "We learn a
Teens from Nunavut get sweltering welcome
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 11 hours ago
kids have never been to a beach or a zoo, so that's on our list." "We learn a lot from them as well, including the food," McNamara said. And topping that menu list to come — an Inuit bannock, a type of fried bread. donfraser... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Teens from Nunavut get sweltering welcomekids have never been to a beach or a zoo, so that's on our list." "We learn a
Teens from Nunavut get sweltering welcome
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 11 hours ago
kids have never been to a beach or a zoo, so that's on our list." "We learn a lot from them as well, including the food," McNamara said. And topping that menu list to come — an Inuit bannock, a type of fried bread. donfraser... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Teens from Nunavut get sweltering welcomekids have never been to a beach or a zoo, so that's on our list." "We learn a
Teens from Nunavut get sweltering welcome
Welland Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
kids have never been to a beach or a zoo, so that's on our list." "We learn a lot from them as well, including the food," McNamara said. And topping that menu list to come — an Inuit bannock, a type of fried bread. donfraser... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
In Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of supportthe neighbourhood in between acting roles, such as that of a corrupt chief on t
In Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, a brotherhood of support
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
the neighbourhood in between acting roles, such as that of a corrupt chief on the APTN series Blackstone. Of mixed descent (Inuit, Chippewa, Dene and European), he made his name as Uncas in the 1992 movie version of The Last of the Mohicans. But at... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
The TANK in Rangely goes public, dazzling on local and international levelsgroup’s musical reach is wide, as its website notes, with members having “studi
The TANK in Rangely goes public, dazzling on local and international levels
Craig Daily Press / Posted yesterday
group’s musical reach is wide, as its website notes, with members having “studied Tuvan throat singing, yodeling, belting, Inuit throat singing," along with Korean, Georgian, Hindu and other musical traditions. Last week, Rangely resident Elaine... Read more
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TribLIVE
With soaring temperatures, we’ve found the perfect places to cool offMuseum of Natural History's “Polar World: Wyckoff Hall of Arctic Life” is one o
With soaring temperatures, we’ve found the perfect places to cool off
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
Museum of Natural History's “Polar World: Wyckoff Hall of Arctic Life” is one of the largest exhibitions about the Canadian Inuit (formerly known as Eskimo) in North America, highlighting the museum's research in the region, from 1901-2004. If... Read more
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Business Wire
Top Experts to Lead Onboard Enrichment for Crystal Cruises' Historic Northwest Passage Transitworking for the National Museum of Wales and interpreting the geology of region
Top Experts to Lead Onboard Enrichment for Crystal Cruises' Historic Northwest Passage Transit
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
working for the National Museum of Wales and interpreting the geology of regions from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Inuit Guides – A team of local wildlife guides from Arctic communities will accompany the voyage to provide local... Read more
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iol.co.za
Left out in the cold in Greenlandhas depressed the rock to 1,000 feet below sea level. Greenland is the only na
Left out in the cold in Greenland
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
has depressed the rock to 1,000 feet below sea level. Greenland is the only nation in the world devoid of trees; the Inuit people depended on driftwood from northern Siberia. And if the country is beginning to sound other-worldly - well, for... Read more
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CBC.ca
New report urges 'nation-to-nation' relationship between Canada and Métisalso says Métis people have nowhere to go when it comes to negotiating their ri
New report urges 'nation-to-nation' relationship between Canada and Métis
CBC.ca / Posted 2 days ago
also says Métis people have nowhere to go when it comes to negotiating their rights and claims, while First Nations and Inuit have what's known as a specific and comprehensive claims processes for addressing outstanding land claims. Isaac urges... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Long-awaited report provides hope, optimism for Métis: lawyerwomen and European explorers and traders. Mr. Isaac says the Métis have fared
Long-awaited report provides hope, optimism for Métis: lawyer
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
women and European explorers and traders. Mr. Isaac says the Métis have fared better than the First Nations and the Inuit, but they still face disproportionate challenges when social, economic, health, employment and economic indicators are... Read more
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The Age
P.J. Harvey tops the bill for this year's bumper Melbourne Writers Festivalscience writer Steve Silberman, British comedian, novelist and memoirist Alexei
P.J. Harvey tops the bill for this year's bumper Melbourne Writers Festival
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
science writer Steve Silberman, British comedian, novelist and memoirist Alexei Sayle, human rights lawyer Philippe Sands, Inuit activist Sheila Watt-Cloutier, Australian writers Helen Garner, Anna Funder, Elizabeth Harrower and Charlotte Wood, and... Read more
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CBC.ca
Youth leader wants Inuit on Prime Minister's Youth Councilmost youth are familiar with — a Q&A on Twitter, with short videos. But for Ma
Youth leader wants Inuit on Prime Minister's Youth Council
CBC.ca / Posted 3 days ago
most youth are familiar with — a Q&A on Twitter, with short videos. But for Maatalii Okalik, president of the National Inuit Youth Council, the approach highlights a flaw in the prime minister's plan. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took to... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Review highlights effects of mercury exposure in northern Canadian communitiesfound blood mercury concentrations above the Canadian guidance value in 16.9% o
Review highlights effects of mercury exposure in northern Canadian communities
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
found blood mercury concentrations above the Canadian guidance value in 16.9% of school-aged children. In another study of Inuit women aged 18-39 in northern Quebec, 53.3% had blood levels above the guidance value; the average in Canadians is 2.2%... Read more
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News.com.au
More secrets about flying from flight attendantsBarry Kennedy goes to Arctic survival school along with some Inuit Air pilots a
More secrets about flying from flight attendants
News.com.au / Posted 4 days ago
Barry Kennedy goes to Arctic survival school along with some Inuit Air pilots and flight attendants to learn how to what it takes to survive if it all goes terribly wrong and you find yourself stranded in this inhospitable land. The plane cabin is a... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Big ideas Coming to Barrie this Summer Local Science-Themed Summer Camp Supports Sustainable Development WorldwideThoughts has brought environmentally and socially conscious science programming
Big ideas Coming to Barrie this Summer Local Science-Themed Summer Camp Supports Sustainable Development Worldwide
Barrie Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
Thoughts has brought environmentally and socially conscious science programming to over a hundred First Nations and Inuit communities in Canada, as well as to Tanzania, India, and Nepal. Ninety percent of this educational outreach and... Read more
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BC Local News
Fuhr: Canada Child Benefit meant to help familiesmore affordable housing, including doubling the amount of existing funding, pro
Fuhr: Canada Child Benefit meant to help families
BC Local News / Posted 6 days ago
more affordable housing, including doubling the amount of existing funding, providing additional funding for northern and Inuit regions, and targeting funding for seniors, victims of family violence, and to improve water and energy efficiency... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Fuhr: Canada Child Benefit meant to help familiesmore affordable housing, including doubling the amount of existing funding, pro
Fuhr: Canada Child Benefit meant to help families
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 6 days ago
more affordable housing, including doubling the amount of existing funding, providing additional funding for northern and Inuit regions, and targeting funding for seniors, victims of family violence, and to improve water and energy efficiency... Read more
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CBC.ca
After 50-year search, Inuit mother finds daughter's grave 2,000 km from homeof government bureaucracy. "As the federal government started to change its wa
After 50-year search, Inuit mother finds daughter's grave 2,000 km from home
CBC.ca / Posted 6 days ago
of government bureaucracy. "As the federal government started to change its ways from governing us to the N.W.T. governing Inuit, they started changing locations of where treatments are going to be done," Maliki said. Marieyvonne was sent on to... Read more
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The Inyo Register
Sunday, July 17)chief Matonabbee, traveling as the guide to Samuel Hearne on his Arctic overlan
Sunday, July 17)
The Inyo Register / Posted 7 days ago
chief Matonabbee, traveling as the guide to Samuel Hearne on his Arctic overland journey, massacres a group of unsuspecting Inuit. 1791 – Members of the French National Guard under the command of General Lafayette open fire on a crowd of radical... Read more
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Canberra Times
Gungahlin College offers semester-long computer game English unitYear 12 English students will spend the next semester analysing stories about b
Gungahlin College offers semester-long computer game English unit
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Year 12 English students will spend the next semester analysing stories about border guards, an Inuit caught in a blizzard and a father raising a son with terminal cancer. While this may seem out of the ordinary, the stories on this syllabus have... Read more
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Aljazeera
The people defeated the coup in Turkeyat least 40,000 slaves in the US today. Are Jews of Middle Eastern, North Afri
The people defeated the coup in Turkey
Aljazeera / Posted 7 days ago
at least 40,000 slaves in the US today. Are Jews of Middle Eastern, North African and Spanish descent discriminated against in Israel? How an Inuit community on the north coast of Greenland is pulling together to save their village and way of l... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How Sarah made ‘old chic’ sexyModel Agency, and been invited to be guest of honour at the wedding of a woman
How Sarah made ‘old chic’ sexy
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Model Agency, and been invited to be guest of honour at the wedding of a woman who dances on icebergs and is marrying an Inuit. I wouldn’t miss that one for quids! We’re all given opportunities in life, we just have to decide which ones allow us... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How Sarah made ‘old chic’ sexyModel Agency, and been invited to be guest of honour at the wedding of a woman
How Sarah made ‘old chic’ sexy
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Model Agency, and been invited to be guest of honour at the wedding of a woman who dances on icebergs and is marrying an Inuit. I wouldn’t miss that one for quids! We’re all given opportunities in life, we just have to decide which ones allow us... Read more
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Perth Now
How Sarah made ‘old chic’ sexyModel Agency, and been invited to be guest of honour at the wedding of a woman
How Sarah made ‘old chic’ sexy
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
Model Agency, and been invited to be guest of honour at the wedding of a woman who dances on icebergs and is marrying an Inuit. I wouldn’t miss that one for quids! We’re all given opportunities in life, we just have to decide which ones allow us... Read more
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Mission City Record
No choice but to sell houses, says non-profit Fraser Native Housing Societybeen cut nearly in half over the last 25 years. In its 2016 budget, the new Li
No choice but to sell houses, says non-profit Fraser Native Housing Society
Mission City Record / Posted 8 days ago
been cut nearly in half over the last 25 years. In its 2016 budget, the new Liberal government promised to spend $732 million over two years on housing in First Nations, Inuit and northern communities, almost all of it going for on-reserve hou... Read more
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Aljazeera
Nice attack : 'All I could do was cover the dead'How an Inuit community on the north coast of Greenland is pulling together to s
Nice attack : 'All I could do was cover the dead'
Aljazeera / Posted 8 days ago
How an Inuit community on the north coast of Greenland is pulling together to save their village and way of life. President Salva Kiir and Vice President Riek Machar discuss the prospects for peace and reconciliation in South Sudan. We debate the... Read more
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CBC.ca
$1M for proposed Indigenous post-secondary learning centre at Lakehead Universitythe proposed Gichi Kendaasiwin Centre, a facility devoted to increasing academi
$1M for proposed Indigenous post-secondary learning centre at Lakehead University
CBC.ca / Posted 8 days ago
the proposed Gichi Kendaasiwin Centre, a facility devoted to increasing academic opportunities for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students. According to a press release from the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, the centre will include... Read more
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Quartz
Neuroscience says Pokémon Go creates the opportunity to improve brain health, but you’re too distracted to actually do italso suggests that cultures known for exquisitely tuned senses of place and dir
Neuroscience says Pokémon Go creates the opportunity to improve brain health, but you’re too distracted to actually do it
Quartz / Posted 8 days ago
also suggests that cultures known for exquisitely tuned senses of place and direction (Puluwatese marine navigators or the Inuit, for example) have accomplished their extraordinary feats of navigation largely by paying careful attention to their... Read more
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DW
Living Planet: Ice, ocean, sky and #ArcticSeaIceDay |Living Planet: How are the Inuit coping with climate change? 14.07.2016 One re
Living Planet: Ice, ocean, sky and #ArcticSeaIceDay |
DW / Posted 8 days ago
Living Planet: How are the Inuit coping with climate change? 14.07.2016 One region where the Arctic sea ice is melting fast is the northern Canadian territory of Nunavut. This is already leading to a longer open-water season – and, for indigenous... Read more
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Abbotsford News
No choice but to sell houses, says non-profit Fraser Native Housing Societybeen cut nearly in half over the last 25 years. In its 2016 budget, the new Li
No choice but to sell houses, says non-profit Fraser Native Housing Society
Abbotsford News / Posted 9 days ago
been cut nearly in half over the last 25 years. In its 2016 budget, the new Liberal government promised to spend $732 million over two years on housing in First Nations, Inuit and northern communities, almost all of it going for on-reserve hou... Read more
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Northumberland Today
CFUW announces seven scholarship recipientsas Campbellford District High School graduate Casey Maracle was named the recip
CFUW announces seven scholarship recipients
Northumberland Today / Posted 9 days ago
as Campbellford District High School graduate Casey Maracle was named the recipient of their inaugural First Nation-Metis-Inuit scholarship. Maracle is joined in the winner’s circle by fellow Campbellford alumna Jillian Ruisendaal, Grace Demill... Read more
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DW
Living Planet: Ice, ocean, sky |Living Planet: How are the Inuit coping with climate change? 14.07.2016 One re
Living Planet: Ice, ocean, sky |
DW / Posted 9 days ago
Living Planet: How are the Inuit coping with climate change? 14.07.2016 One region where the Arctic sea ice is melting fast is the northern Canadian territory of Nunavut. This is already leading to a longer open-water season – and, for indigenous... Read more
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CBC.ca
How First Nations voters cast their ballots in the 2015 federal electionclaim Aboriginal descent live on reserves. This analysis excludes a large segme
How First Nations voters cast their ballots in the 2015 federal election
CBC.ca / Posted 9 days ago
claim Aboriginal descent live on reserves. This analysis excludes a large segment of the Indigenous population, including Inuit, Métis, and non-status Indians — along with Indigenous Canadians who live off reserve in urban centres. Additionally,... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Jeanette Corbiere-Lavell honoured with doctorate by York Universityso I have some catching up to do.” Following the convocation, Dr. Corbiere-Lav
Jeanette Corbiere-Lavell honoured with doctorate by York University
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 11 days ago
so I have some catching up to do.” Following the convocation, Dr. Corbiere-Lavell was invited to the unveiling of a large Inuit carving. “It is a carving by two Inuit artists and it shows an Inuit on his back in traditional garb kicking a soccer... Read more
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CBC.ca
Gathering aims to spark green energy projects in Indigenous communities across Canadapeople, how to finance projects." 20 participants from across Canada The 20 p
Gathering aims to spark green energy projects in Indigenous communities across Canada
CBC.ca / Posted 11 days ago
people, how to finance projects." 20 participants from across Canada The 20 program participants represent First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities from nearly every province and territory. They'll spend this week in Wakefield, followed by two... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Arctic cruise raises hopes and environmental concernsCanadian dollars) to Pond Inlet in salaries for cultural performers, guides and
Arctic cruise raises hopes and environmental concerns
The Seattle Times / Posted 12 days ago
Canadian dollars) to Pond Inlet in salaries for cultural performers, guides and interpreters, as well as the purchase of Inuit art to be sold on the ship, according to Bernie MacIsaac, assistant deputy minister for economic development in... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Into the blueAerodrome is also the home of the First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) Avia
Into the blue
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 12 days ago
Aerodrome is also the home of the First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) Aviation Campus where First Nations, Métis and Inuit students from all over the country come to learn how to fly. “We’ve had students from BC, Newfoundland and Labrador,... Read more
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Christian Today
Anglicans in Canada to vote on same-sex marriageHiltz (L) of the Anglican Church in Canada, along with Catholic Archbishop Gera
Anglicans in Canada to vote on same-sex marriage
Christian Today / Posted 12 days ago
Hiltz (L) of the Anglican Church in Canada, along with Catholic Archbishop Gerard Pettipas, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Inuit National President Terry Audla, Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde, Justice Murray Sinclair, and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New wing of Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec impresses with subtle beautyon Quebec modernism and contemporary art and design, look great; particularly t
New wing of Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec impresses with subtle beauty
The Globe and Mail / Posted 12 days ago
on Quebec modernism and contemporary art and design, look great; particularly the show of the Brousseau collection of Inuit Art, in a brightly sunlit gallery on the third floor. The central stair spirals dramatically, expressing the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury column: MS Chi-Cheemaun a ship of dreamsmuch about National Aboriginal Day, which honours the unique cultures, heritage
Sudbury column: MS Chi-Cheemaun a ship of dreams
The Sudbury Star / Posted 13 days ago
much about National Aboriginal Day, which honours the unique cultures, heritage and achievements of Canadian First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. "And oh, the Dinner Cruises, as the sun sets and delicious cuisine is set before you. A romantic and... Read more
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CBC.ca
Nunavut Tunngavik hopes scrapping LIFO will open doors for Inuit fisheriesgovernment may scrap the controversial Last In, First Out shrimp policy, but it
Nunavut Tunngavik hopes scrapping LIFO will open doors for Inuit fisheries
CBC.ca / Posted 15 days ago
government may scrap the controversial Last In, First Out shrimp policy, but it wants to make sure any new policy respects Inuit fishing rights. The Last In, First Out (LIFO) policy was introduced in 1997, when smaller inshore vessels were first... Read more
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Alaska Public
Peonies and murals to brighten Pioneer Avenuecourtesy of Kady Perry) Businesses are partnering with artists to highlight th
Peonies and murals to brighten Pioneer Avenue
Alaska Public / Posted 16 days ago
courtesy of Kady Perry) Businesses are partnering with artists to highlight the local peony industry and to bring continuity to the town’s business district. Kady Perry is an art consultant from New York, who flew to Homer to help create this... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Five must-sees in St. John'sof the city, it’s also a fine museum in its own right. You’ll find marvellous e
Five must-sees in St. John's
Calgary Sun / Posted 16 days ago
of the city, it’s also a fine museum in its own right. You’ll find marvellous explanations of how native Canadians - Innu, Inuit, Southern Inuit and Mi'kmaq - eked out an existence in unbelievably harsh conditions. Of course the arrival of the... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Board offering Ojibwe language programbecause it wasn't encouraged when my parents were in school," said Lisa Ewanchu
Board offering Ojibwe language program
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 16 days ago
because it wasn't encouraged when my parents were in school," said Lisa Ewanchuk, principal of First Nation, Métis and Inuit education with the Simcoe County District School Board. "As a matter of fact, it was frowned upon, and they were... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Board offering Ojibwe language programbecause it wasn't encouraged when my parents were in school," said Lisa Ewanchu
Board offering Ojibwe language program
Barrie Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
because it wasn't encouraged when my parents were in school," said Lisa Ewanchuk, principal of First Nation, Métis and Inuit education with the Simcoe County District School Board. "As a matter of fact, it was frowned upon, and they were... Read more
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Northumberland Today
CFUW announce new scholarshipThe Northumberland Canadian Federation of University Women branch has announced
CFUW announce new scholarship
Northumberland Today / Posted 16 days ago
The Northumberland Canadian Federation of University Women branch has announced the winner of its first First Nation-Metis-Inuit scholarship. Casey Maracle of Campbellford District High School is the winner of the $750 award, which will support her... Read more
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Hamilton News
July 7: Expatriates must vote, criticizing Trudeau and other letters to the editorTwo lives on two sides of the fence RE: Art gallery acquires Inuit art collect
July 7: Expatriates must vote, criticizing Trudeau and other letters to the editor
Hamilton News / Posted 16 days ago
Two lives on two sides of the fence RE: Art gallery acquires Inuit art collection (June 29) As a young boy growing up in Hamilton, I would on occasion walk by the Sanatorium and see kids playing outside on the other side of the fence. I remember... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rosemary McLeod: Now we reap what we sowsoar is our problem. It's time we - I'm not sure, but death would be convenient
Rosemary McLeod: Now we reap what we sow
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
soar is our problem. It's time we - I'm not sure, but death would be convenient as our medical care costs too much. Old Inuit people politely died of exposure when they saw they'd become burdensome. We who have modern health care rudely live on,... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Story of South Africa's first black Olympians keeps us guessingstrange, but often verged into the outrageous. The skeleton of a large whale as
Story of South Africa's first black Olympians keeps us guessing
Mail & Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
strange, but often verged into the outrageous. The skeleton of a large whale aside, the fair included a recreation of an Inuit village, complete with tents and huskies. The latter formed part of what historian James Gilbert calls a “living... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Penn State’s Center for the Performing Arts announces 2016-17 seasonhas won Grammy Awards for its boundary-pushing expansion of the vocal vocabular
Penn State’s Center for the Performing Arts announces 2016-17 season
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
has won Grammy Awards for its boundary-pushing expansion of the vocal vocabulary. The eight singers have studied Tuvan and Inuit throat singing, yodeling, belting, Georgian singing, Persian classical singing and more in its mission to bring various... Read more
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