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2015/05/06 16:45
2015/05/06 16:45
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The sound of drumming resonated through Oilfields High School as parents and teachers gathered to discuss student progress. Eden Valley community members set the scene for the Black Diamond School�s...
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2015/05/06 16:45
2015/05/06 16:45
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2015/05/05 23:57
2015/05/05 23:57
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Aboriginal prayer, drumming and dance officially marked the planning of a new home for the Aboriginal Health Centre. Those connected with the centre gathered on Tuesday at the T.B. Costain/SC Johnson...
2015/05/05 22:13
2015/05/05 22:13
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When Nunavut became a Canadian territory April 1, 1999, Bob Briggs-Jude sat in his house watching the ceremony on TV not knowing one day he would land there himself. The retired medical radiation...
2015/05/05 19:42
2015/05/05 19:42
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Cultural diversity at Moira Secondary School cultivates knowledge for local students and some who are visiting to harvest. From taking a shot at lacrosse, playing the ‘Peach Stone Game’ to planting...
2015/05/05 16:18
2015/05/05 16:18
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... time I go back to the village, I have to completely step out of being in a western culture and that mindset, because when you go back to the village, life is at a completely different...
2015/05/04 22:16
2015/05/04 22:16
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Canadian writer Emily St John Mandel shares her travel tips and holiday highlights. Emily St John Mandel takes a photo of her room door every time she arrives at a new hotel. Photo / Supplied What...
2015/05/04 19:24
2015/05/04 19:24
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By Cara McKenna, The Canadian Press VANCOUVER - They were once rusting hulks relegated to junkyards. Now shipping containers are being repurposed into stylish homes that developers plan to roll out...
2015/05/04 17:07
2015/05/04 17:07
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IQALUIT, Nunavut - Ottawa will pay Nunavut $256 million as part of a settlement of a longstanding lawsuit. Most of that money will be used to fund training for Inuit to enter the territory's civil...
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2015/05/04 13:52
2015/05/04 13:52
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An added bonus is the traditional "hundred thousand welcomes" from the locals, who have a tale or two to tell of their own and legends to rival those written by George R.R. Martin, whose fantasy...
2015/05/04 00:54
2015/05/04 00:54
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Quartz Daily Brief—Asia edition—UK’s election nears, McDonald’s turnaround, Mayweather wins, mead Good morning, Quartz readers! What to watch for today The final week of UK electioneering begins....
2015/05/02 03:49
2015/05/02 03:49
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Radio: A bit of fine tuning and Iarla Ó Lionáird will hit all the right notes ‘Vocal Chords’, ‘Voices’ podcast, ‘The Ray D’Arcy Show’ and ‘Today With Sean O’Rourke’ Iarla O Lionáird: the sean-nós...
2015/05/01 15:03
2015/05/01 15:03
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A massive debate has erupted about whether to build a giant new $1.5 billion telescope on the summit of Mauna Kea. Native Hawaiian protesters have blockaded the site, claiming that the 18-story–high...
2015/04/30 04:16
2015/04/30 04:16
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It's been almost four years since Xara Choral Theatre presented a version of Christy Jordan-Fenton and Margaret Pokiak-Fenton's children's book, Fatty Legs, at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission...
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2015/04/29 15:50
2015/04/29 15:50
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... is the first evidence that genetically ties all of the Iñupiat and Inuit populations from Alaska, Canada and Greenland back to the Alaskan North Slope," said Northwestern's M. Geoffrey Hayes,...
2015/04/28 13:19
2015/04/28 13:19
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It’s been two years since Quantum Murray LP launched a pilot training program aimed at connecting urban aboriginal youth with opportunities within the construction industry. That first class, held in...
2015/04/27 05:48
2015/04/27 05:48
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Birch Island-based Waubetek Business Development Corporation is getting a major financial boost. Waubetek will receive $2.5 million in funding to support Aboriginal businesses and small-scale...
2015/04/26 13:42
2015/04/26 13:42
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Photo: Shutterstock In honor of recent Earth Day let’s focus on Greenland, the world’s ground zero for climate change. As one of the last, great unspoiled travel destinations, it deserves to be on...
2015/04/25 04:05
2015/04/25 04:05
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US Secretary of State John Kerry, Canadian Minister for the Arctic Council Leona Aglukkaq, and Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson with Inuit at the Arctic Council Ministerial meeting....
2015/04/24 20:20
2015/04/24 20:20
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With Iqaluit in the international spotlight Friday thanks to a meeting of eight Arctic nations, Nunavut and Greenland seized on the opportunity to issue a joint statement in defence of the seal...
2015/04/24 14:00
2015/04/24 14:00
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Stratford’s indie theatre and arts festival is celebrating its fifth season with a line-up of more than 50 artists and companies. Running from May 7-17, SpringWorks 2015 features a new puppet...
2015/05/06 16:45
2015/05/06 16:45
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