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BBC News
Canada vows 'full reconciliation' with indigenous peoplespeople and gain control over their land and resources." From 1840 to 1996, mor
Canada vows 'full reconciliation' with indigenous peoples
BBC News / Posted 6 hours ago
people and gain control over their land and resources." From 1840 to 1996, more than 150,000 First Nations, Metis ands Inuit children were separated from their families and placed in the government-run schools, in an attempt to rid them of... Read more
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KQ2 St. Joseph
Two men in a kayak, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two men in a kayak, looking to make history
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 18 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Two men in a kayak, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two men in a kayak, looking to make history
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 18 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
Local 10 Miami / Posted 19 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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News 8000
Two men in a kayak, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two men in a kayak, looking to make history
News 8000 / Posted 19 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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19h
WXII-TV Winston-Salem
Two men in a kayak, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two men in a kayak, looking to make history
WXII-TV Winston-Salem / Posted 19 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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19h
KPRC Local 2 Houston
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 19 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
KTXS Abilene / Posted 19 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
KECI Missoula / Posted 19 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Two men in a kayak, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two men in a kayak, looking to make history
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 19 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 19 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Two men in a kayak, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two men in a kayak, looking to make history
KTVZ Bend / Posted 20 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 20 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Two men in a kayak, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two men in a kayak, looking to make history
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 20 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 20 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 20 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two kayakers bound for Scotland, looking to make history
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 20 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Two men in a kayak, looking to make historykayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also th
Two men in a kayak, looking to make history
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 20 hours ago
kayaker who has had a passion for the water since he was a boy. There's also the reward of exploring a mystery -- how could Inuit, an indigenous people, arrive in Scotland by kayak from the Arctic Circle in the 17th century? Hicks, 34, and Bullard,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Minds of Winter review: A novel wondrous in tone and reachesoterica of European history finds echoes in the northlands. Little Weasy’s ch
Minds of Winter review: A novel wondrous in tone and reach
The Irish Times / Posted 20 hours ago
esoterica of European history finds echoes in the northlands. Little Weasy’s chill voice comes back to us in the Inuit belief that the Northern Lights are dead children at play. The legend of Nazi meteorologists left behind in the frozen... Read more
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Business Insider
There are heaps of WWII junk rusting in Greenland’s fjords — and the photos are eerily beautifula sunny day," he said, "if the sun is hitting these barrels it kind of looks li
There are heaps of WWII junk rusting in Greenland’s fjords — and the photos are eerily beautiful
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
a sunny day," he said, "if the sun is hitting these barrels it kind of looks like flowers from a distance." That's why the Inuit people who live in the area call the rusted remains "American Flowers." "From the beach there's a little hill that... Read more
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The North West Star
Letters to the editorClondyke and their 5 children lived in on the shores of the Arctic Ocean. Hugo
Letters to the editor
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
Clondyke and their 5 children lived in on the shores of the Arctic Ocean. Hugo used to gather the oil up and sell it to the Inuit for cooking and heating. Hugo Clondyke decided that there was no future in selling oil. He heard of the gold rush in... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Fire dispatch system burned outCentre and community partners Sept. 8-10, 2017. The festival will celebrate the
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Fire dispatch system burned out
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 days ago
Centre and community partners Sept. 8-10, 2017. The festival will celebrate the heritage and achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples in Canada with indigenous music, performances, film, visual arts, dance and interactive... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Fire dispatch system burned outCentre and community partners Sept. 8-10, 2017. The festival will celebrate the
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Fire dispatch system burned out
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 2 days ago
Centre and community partners Sept. 8-10, 2017. The festival will celebrate the heritage and achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples in Canada with indigenous music, performances, film, visual arts, dance and interactive... Read more
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Welland Tribune
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Fire dispatch system burned outCentre and community partners Sept. 8-10, 2017. The festival will celebrate the
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Fire dispatch system burned out
Welland Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
Centre and community partners Sept. 8-10, 2017. The festival will celebrate the heritage and achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples in Canada with indigenous music, performances, film, visual arts, dance and interactive... Read more
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CTV News
Emma Thompson talks Arctic climate change, Bridget Jones and TrumpWhen Emma Thompson arrived in Clyde River, Nunavut to visit the remote Inuit co
Emma Thompson talks Arctic climate change, Bridget Jones and Trump
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
When Emma Thompson arrived in Clyde River, Nunavut to visit the remote Inuit community living there, the children recognized her immediately. Not as Emma Thompson the famous, Academy-award winning actress; but as Nanny McPhee – her character from the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Brother Design Star Shines Bright at NZ Fashion Weeka softened silk jumpsuit with crisp white knit jacket featuring chunky handwove
Brother Design Star Shines Bright at NZ Fashion Week
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 days ago
a softened silk jumpsuit with crisp white knit jacket featuring chunky handwoven wool sleeves was inspired by Greenlandic Inuit people, with a back-to-nature theme. “The culture of Greenlandic Inuit people is to live close to nature, working with... Read more
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BC Local News
A second potential NDP candidate for Skeena steps forwardfor electricity and eating. Halbauer has worked for the federal government as
A second potential NDP candidate for Skeena steps forward
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
for electricity and eating. Halbauer has worked for the federal government as a zone secretary for the First Nations Inuit Health branch and then as its community services coordinator, and provincially for the Northern Health Authority. She... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Endless Night review: Juliette Binoche's bloodthirsty explorer belongs in cold storagethe sullen Irishman, Bram Trevor (Gabriel Byrne), to take her north, risking no
Endless Night review: Juliette Binoche's bloodthirsty explorer belongs in cold storage
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
the sullen Irishman, Bram Trevor (Gabriel Byrne), to take her north, risking not just her own life but his, and that of his Inuit offsider, Ning (Orto Ignatiussen). That leads her finally to a hut, Peary's forward base, as winter... Read more
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Terrace Standard
A second potential NDP candidate for Skeena steps forwardfor electricity and eating. Halbauer has worked for the federal government as
A second potential NDP candidate for Skeena steps forward
Terrace Standard / Posted 3 days ago
for electricity and eating. Halbauer has worked for the federal government as a zone secretary for the First Nations Inuit Health branch and then as its community services coordinator, and provincially for the Northern Health Authority. She... Read more
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The Age
Endless Night review: Juliette Binoche's bloodthirsty explorer belongs in cold storagethe sullen Irishman, Bram Trevor (Gabriel Byrne), to take her north, risking no
Endless Night review: Juliette Binoche's bloodthirsty explorer belongs in cold storage
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
the sullen Irishman, Bram Trevor (Gabriel Byrne), to take her north, risking not just her own life but his, and that of his Inuit offsider, Ning (Orto Ignatiussen). Shooting in snow is always arduous. A pity then that none of the characters except... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Reclamation Song | Performing Inuit identityTanya Tagaq is an Inuit rock star, in that she brings her traditional sound int
Reclamation Song | Performing Inuit identity
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
Tanya Tagaq is an Inuit rock star, in that she brings her traditional sound into contemporary time. She combines musical traditions from her Inuit identity with methods and melodies from punk and metal, creating a species of sound all her own. Tagaq... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
VIU studies indigenous communityengage VIU’s aboriginal students in research and strengthen relationships betwe
VIU studies indigenous community
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
engage VIU’s aboriginal students in research and strengthen relationships between the university, First Nations, Métis, Inuit and the broader community. A new chair will be selected annually. Restorative justice emphasizes the rehabilitation of... Read more
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The New Statesman
Frank Ocean’s stairways to heaven: how his new works explore faith and mental healthpeople were bit players, if they played any role at all. As for the “sale” of M
Frank Ocean’s stairways to heaven: how his new works explore faith and mental health
The New Statesman / Posted 4 days ago
people were bit players, if they played any role at all. As for the “sale” of Manhattan by the Native Americans to Pieter Minuit of the Dutch West India Company and his crew in 1626: “Purchase of land would have had no meaning for the early native... Read more
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iol.co.za
Why Lake Como’s the star attractionon stilts, while admiring porcelain dating from China's Ming and Tang dynasties
Why Lake Como’s the star attraction
iol.co.za / Posted 5 days ago
on stilts, while admiring porcelain dating from China's Ming and Tang dynasties, African, Mayan and Incan sculptures, Inuit figurines carved from whale bones, gilded verre églomisé paintings and 18th-century English and French furniture. If I... Read more
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CBC.ca
After half his life behind bars in U.S., Sixties Scoop survivor comes homein New Orleans, La., in 1978 as part of the infamous Sixties Scoop, which saw a
After half his life behind bars in U.S., Sixties Scoop survivor comes home
CBC.ca / Posted 5 days ago
in New Orleans, La., in 1978 as part of the infamous Sixties Scoop, which saw an estimated 20,000 First Nation, Métis and Inuit children taken away and placed with mostly white families between the 1960s and 1980s. They had been living with an... Read more
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The Courier
Secrets of the northto use in different ways. They had a science team on board and part of the miss
Secrets of the north
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
to use in different ways. They had a science team on board and part of the mission was to bring food and fuel to remote Inuit communities...and to a couple of Canadian research bases,” Dr Anderson said. “Spending time with Inuit people in... Read more
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The New Statesman
History without reservations: unpicking the myths about Native Americanspeople were bit players, if they played any role at all. As for the “sale” of M
History without reservations: unpicking the myths about Native Americans
The New Statesman / Posted 6 days ago
people were bit players, if they played any role at all. As for the “sale” of Manhattan by the Native Americans to Pieter Minuit of the Dutch West India Company and his crew in 1626: “Purchase of land would have had no meaning for the early native... Read more
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Guelph Mercury
Small Print: Deirdre BakerChristopher, illustrated by Germaine Arnaktauyok (Inhabit, 40 pages, $16.95, a
Small Print: Deirdre Baker
Guelph Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
Christopher, illustrated by Germaine Arnaktauyok (Inhabit, 40 pages, $16.95, ages 4-9) This catalogue of supernatural Inuit beings is quintessential Canadiana for fans of the scary or strange. In brief paragraphs, Christopher describes the... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
10 Fad Diets Debunked By Scienceper cent animal-free. The China Study is also not the only study that looks at
10 Fad Diets Debunked By Science
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 7 days ago
per cent animal-free. The China Study is also not the only study that looks at diet and population health. Studies of the Inuit and Masai people show they consume a lot of animal protein while maintaining good overall and cardiovascular health.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Cruise ship looks to make clean journey through Northwest PassageGuard. The Serenity’s sprawling month-long itinerary includes three Canadian s
Cruise ship looks to make clean journey through Northwest Passage
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Guard. The Serenity’s sprawling month-long itinerary includes three Canadian stops: Ulukhaktok, a community of 400 mostly Inuit people in Northwest Territories, as well as Cambridge Bay and Pond Inlet in Nunavut. Vicki Aitaok, cruise-ship... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Five places that made me: Ventriloquist David Strassmanthe animals, the expanse of wilderness, and the hardy and amazing people. I had
Five places that made me: Ventriloquist David Strassman
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
the animals, the expanse of wilderness, and the hardy and amazing people. I had the humbling opportunity to hunt with Inuit (Eskimo) on the frozen Bering Sea and explore the treeless Alaska Peninsula complete with grizzly bears and crab legs... Read more
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BC Local News
Plight of Inuit women and girls gets told as walker stops in ChilliwackIt's a project to have the stories of the Inuit heard. Lorraine Loranger took
Plight of Inuit women and girls gets told as walker stops in Chilliwack
BC Local News / Posted 8 days ago
It's a project to have the stories of the Inuit heard. Lorraine Loranger took a break in Chilliwack this week on her 8000-km trek across Canada to raise awareness about the plight of Inuit women and girls. The retired social worker is living out of... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Plight of Inuit women and girls gets told as walker stops in ChilliwackIt's a project to have the stories of the Inuit heard. Lorraine Loranger took
Plight of Inuit women and girls gets told as walker stops in Chilliwack
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 8 days ago
It's a project to have the stories of the Inuit heard. Lorraine Loranger took a break in Chilliwack this week on her 8000-km trek across Canada to raise awareness about the plight of Inuit women and girls. The retired social worker is living out of... Read more
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News.com.au
Surprising look inside the most remote hotel in the worldteam had to be extremely focused and careful when working. Barry Kennedy goes
Surprising look inside the most remote hotel in the world
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
team had to be extremely focused and careful when working. 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... Read more
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ABC News
Alaska Village Votes to Move Due to Climate ChangeFor four generations, the family of Esau Sinnok has been born, lived, worked an
Alaska Village Votes to Move Due to Climate Change
ABC News / Posted 9 days ago
For four generations, the family of Esau Sinnok has been born, lived, worked and died in Shishmaref, a small Inuit Eskimo village off the western Alaskan coast. But there likely won't be a fifth generation in the village. On Thursday, unofficial... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Alaskan village votes to relocate over global warmingto vanish one of these days.” For decades, its approximately 650 villagers, la
Alaskan village votes to relocate over global warming
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 9 days ago
to vanish one of these days.” For decades, its approximately 650 villagers, largely members of the Inupiat tribe of the Inuit, have been watching warming temperatures allegedly melt the sea ice and the permafrost, resulting in more coastal... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Liberal retreat all about relationshipsrelationship Liberals are focused on is the one with Canada’s indigenous people
Liberal retreat all about relationships
The Sudbury Star / Posted 9 days ago
relationship Liberals are focused on is the one with Canada’s indigenous peoples – members of first nations, and Metis and Inuit people. Trudeau is so determined to repair trust between indigenous people and his government that mandate letters for... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Alaskan village votes to relocate over global warmingto vanish one of these days.” For decades, its approximately 650 villagers, la
Alaskan village votes to relocate over global warming
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 9 days ago
to vanish one of these days.” For decades, its approximately 650 villagers, largely members of the Inupiat tribe of the Inuit, have been watching warming temperatures melt the sea ice and the permafrost, resulting in more coastal erosion as the... Read more
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KIVI Boise
An Alaskan Community Has Voted To Move Because Of Climate Changethe effects of global warming. The vote in Shishmaref was close on Tuesday. On
An Alaskan Community Has Voted To Move Because Of Climate Change
KIVI Boise / Posted 9 days ago
the effects of global warming. The vote in Shishmaref was close on Tuesday. On the one hand, members of the same tribe of Inuit people have reportedly lived on the island for 500 years. But it's become increasingly hard to live there — warmer... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Alaskan village votes to relocate over global warmingto vanish one of these days.” For decades, its approximately 650 villagers, la
Alaskan village votes to relocate over global warming
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 9 days ago
to vanish one of these days.” For decades, its approximately 650 villagers, largely members of the Inupiat tribe of the Inuit, have been watching warming temperatures melt the sea ice and the permafrost, resulting in more coastal erosion as the... Read more
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