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Nunavut drum dance festival needs boost in funding and exposure, volunteer says – CBC

Qaggiit drum dance festival brings 40 participants to Rankin Inlet Apr 20, 2018 Rosalie Pissuk says she’s volunteered with Western Nunavut’s drum dance festival for the past 19 years in an effort to keep the art alive. Her father-in-law, who was part of the annual Qaggiit drum dance festival, introduced her to the art when […]

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Yukon premier stands behind embattled health minister – CBC

Minister Pauline Frost is under opposition fire, but Premier Sandy Silver says she’s doing ‘amazing’ work Apr 20, 2018 Yukon Premier Sandy Silver offered a full-throated defence of his health minister on Thursday, amid opposition calls for her to be demoted or re-assigned. Health and Social Services Minister Pauline Frost has been under fire from […]

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Iqaluit hunters investigating illegal caribou hunting – CBC

Apr 20, 2018 Hunters in Iqaluit are investigating allegations of illegal caribou hunting around the city. Every Baffin Island community has been on a restricted quota system since 2015, after a 2012 survey found the herd had decreased 95 per cent since the 1990s. Iqaluit’s 25 tags for this hunting season were all used up […]

by ahnationtalk on April 20, 20187 Views

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Trudeau ends three country tour with his global reputation, alliances intact – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 20, 2018  By Lee Berthiaume THE CANADIAN PRESS LONDON _ Justin Trudeau is heading home from a lengthy, three-country foreign tour in which the prime minister appeared to recapture his international mojo and reassert several key alliances, but didn’t sign off on any big deals or declarations. When the 10-day trip to […]

by ahnationtalk on April 20, 20185 Views

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Respected N.W.T. missionary, promoter of Dene language and culture dies – CBC

Felicien Labat was 25 when he moved to Deline in 1954; he died at 89 years old last Thursday Apr 19, 2018 A respected missionary of the Northwest Territories, who spent his life promoting Dene languages and cultures, has died. Felicien Labat was 25 years old when he moved to Deline, N.W.T., in 1954. Labat […]

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Canadian Inuit leader Mary Simon presented with High North Hero award in Norway – RCI

19 April, 2018 Mary Simon will be returning to Canada from her trip to Norway with another award to add to her already impressive collection of honours that includes the Order of Canada and the National Order of Quebec. The Canadian Inuit leader is the 2018 recipient of the High North Hero award, presented to […]

by ahnationtalk on April 19, 20189 Views

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Trudeau attends Commonwealth meeting looking for less plastic, more LGBTQ rights – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 19, 2018 LONDON _ Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will add his voice today to those calling for less plastic and more LGBTQ rights as he ends a three-country foreign tour at a gathering of Commonwealth leaders in Britain’s capital. Yet he is expected to face resistance on the latter, particularly from some […]

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Trans Mountain controversy follows Trudeau to London – CP

Source: The Canadian Press Apr 18, 2018 By Lee Berthiaume THE CANADIAN PRESS LONDON _ One of Justin Trudeau’s largest domestic political problems followed him to London on Wednesday, as environmental activists greeted the prime minister with calls to kill the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The demands came during an elaborate protest outside the Canadian High […]

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Trudeau government proposes CanNor funding reduction – Cabin Radio

The Government of Canada’s latest spending proposals include a significant reduction in annual funding for the Northern Economic Development Agency, better known as CanNor. Brought into being by the Harper government in 2009, CanNor began life with an allocation of roughly $60 million to spend in its first full financial year of operation. Since then, […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 201810 Views

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Baffinland attends 2018 Nunavut Mining Symposium – Baffinland

From April 9-12, Baffinland attended, presented, and exhibited at the Nunavut Mining Symposium.  Programming As part of the symposium, Baffinland had five presentations. Alice Ehaloak, one of our mine haul truck drivers, presented and participated in a Gender Diversity in Mining discussion panel. The session concluded with a conversation around some of the challenges and barriers […]

by ahnationtalk on April 18, 201811 Views

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