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Ballet about residential schools set to open
Royal Winnipeg Ballet dancers Sophie Lee and Liang Xing play Annie and Gordon and perform a Pas de Deux from Act 2, Scene 4 in Going Home Star - Truth And Reconciliation in Winnipeg, Tuesday,...
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Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Greenland PM seeks leave in expense probe
Greenland Prime Minister Aleqa Hammond has applied for temporary leave while she is being investigated over the misuse of public funds, the Sermitsiaq newspaper says. 'The request will be discussed...
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When mommy is the killer
... mother whoo kills her offspring is seen as someone who is not only guilty of a crime but has violated a law of nature and rebelled against instinct. Washington - Soon after Catherine Hoggle...
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The Metis: A unique culture alive and well
ONE CITY, MANY VOICES By Bryanna Scott I am writing to encourage dialogue that will address common misunderstandings or assumptions about Aboriginal people within our larger community and hopefully...
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Engineering, social justice courses in 2015
The Sarnia post-secondary school has announced that three new full-time courses will be added to its lineup for fall 2015 — a three-year advanced diploma in bio-industrial engineering technology, a...
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Dover NH, Rochester NH, Portsmouth NH, Sanford ME
Firefighters' unions helping kids stay warm this winter Monday, September 29, 2014 I am going to kick off this week’s chat about something and someone that did not take place in Dover, but in...
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Discover something new in Old Montreal
MONTREAL — St. Paul, the oldest street in one of North America’s oldest cities, runs through the heart of Old Montreal. It’s barely a mile long, but its first cobblestones predated American...
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Charles De Gaulle
What makes mothers kill their own children?
Darren Francke, commander of the Major Crimes Division of the Montgomery Police Department, discusses the search for missing children Jacob and Sarah Hoggle earlier this month. (Evelyn Hockstein/For...
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Montgomery Police Department
Arctic Explorer John Rae's Reputation Restored as...
Was Dr Rae right about the ghastly fate of Franklin's expedition?(British Library) Dr John Rae, one of Britain's greatest Arctic explorers, whose name was discredited after claiming the crew of an...
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British Royal Navy
Ten of Toronto’s Unique Heritage Achievements
Past Heritage Toronto Awards winners who've worked to restore buildings, preserve nature, and foster knowledge of our city's history. Torontoist is pleased to be the media sponsor for the 40th annual...
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Stronger Than Democracy
Last week, the world’s most globe-spanning empire until the mid-20th century let its fate be decided by 3.6 million voters in Scotland. While Great Britain narrowly salvaged its nominal unity, the...
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Canada to Push Aboriginal Treaties Amid Stalled P...
Canadian Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt said his government is increasing efforts to settle land claims with aboriginal groups to ease opposition to resource projects such as...
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Northern Gateway Pipeline
Dipnetting with Dad nets crowd
More than 100 people gathered at the Williams Lake Library Saturday morning for the book launch of debut author Willie Sellars and first-time illustrator Kevin Easthope’s children’s book Dipnetting...
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Williams Lake Library
Education a focus for Martin
Former prime minister Paul Martin spends a lot of his time in retirement talking about ways to improve the lives of aboriginal Canadians. Before speaking about it Wednesday night in Owen Sound, he...
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Every day, dozens of stories slide into our lives. Some of them come to us in many layers. Stan Rogers's epic ballad, Northwest Passage, is a dormant earworm that awakens in a nanosecond every time I...
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Authors of new book on Arctic, subarctic explorat...
Smithsonian Institution Arctic archaeologist William Fitzhugh and Maine-based photographer Wilfred Richard will give an illustrated talk about their new book, “Maine to Greenland: Exploring the...
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The Hair-Raising Tale of the U.S.S. Jeannette's I...
On July 8, 1879, amid cheering crowds, the U.S.S. Jeannette, a three-masted former British navy gun vessel specially adapted for Arctic waters, set sail from San Francisco for the Bering...
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The world's last great maritime mystery solved
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'F--- PETA,' says Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq
throat singer Tanya Tagaq declared as she claimed the 2014 Polaris Prize in Toronto on Monday night. The musician from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, used her victory to encourage...
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Narwhal tusk length linked to testes mass suggest...
... —A team of researchers studying narwhal and beluga whales in their native Arctic ecosystem has found what appears to be a correlation between testes mass and tusk length in...
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