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BR Nunavut Suicide Inquest – CP

Source: The Canadian Press – Broadcast wire Sep 29, 2015 IQALUIT, Nunavut – Nunavut’s chief coroner supports the verdict of a fatality inquest jury that found suicide should be declared a public health emergency in the territory. Padma Suramala says an official acknowledgment might be the way to break a logjam in the territory’s ability […]

by ahnationtalk on September 29, 2015120 Views

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Liberal candidate touts housing, relations with Aboriginal groups – Nunatsiaq News

September 28, 2015 “We really need is to work with these communities to understand their objectives” This week, Nunatsiaq News is running profiles of major party candidates running in the upcoming federal election, including four who are vying for the Abitibi-James Bay-Nunavik-Eeyou seat. We will run them in alphabetical order. First up is Pierre Dufour, […]

by ahnationtalk on September 28, 2015179 Views

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Jack Anawak, Nunavut NDP candidate, on the campaign trail – CBC

Sep 23, 2015 ‘People are concerned about severe shortage of housing, people are concerned about income support’ With less than a month left until the federal election, Nunavut’s NDP candidate, Jack Anawak is amping up his campaign with visits and open houses in cities and hamlets across the territory and a promise for an upcoming […]

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015239 Views

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At least 59 suicide attempts reported to Nunavut RCMP this year – Nunatsiaq News

September 23, 2015 Members handle average of three calls per day from distraught people, inspector says Nunavut RCMP members field more than three calls a day, on average, from distraught Nunavummiut showing signs of poor mental health, Insp. Don Halina told a coroner’s inquest into the territory’s high suicide numbers Sept. 22. And Nunavut RCMP […]

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015244 Views

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New mural at Iqaluit’s hospital upsets some residents – CBC

Sep 23, 2015 New artist says mural is a work in progress, tribute to the original artist Some people in Iqaluit aren’t happy about a new mural design that covers original Inuit artwork at the Qikiqtani Regional Hospital. The original design on the old wing of the building was a black silhouette of a dog […]

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015195 Views

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PWK students set out to Sweetgrass Station – Northern Journal

September 22, 2015 Students from Paul William Kaeser High School took to the land for four days of learning at Sweetgrass Station, an annual trip that is now a firmly set community tradition. Taking turns setting out over the course of Sept. 11 to the 17, about 30 Grade 7 and 13 Grade 8 students […]

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015222 Views

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Nunavut Crown corporations to appear before standing committee – CBC

Several corporations to make their first appearance in front of legislative standing committee Sep 23, 2015 Officials from the Nunavut Business Credit Corporation will make their first appearance before MLAs in more than seven years this week, appearing with the Nunavut Development Corporation at a standing committee hearing aimed at examining the use of government […]

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015205 Views

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50 Faces, Part X: Dennison, Kinew, Jasper, Judd, A Tribe Called Red – Indian Country Today

This’ll do it! The last of our 10 installments of entries in the 2015 50 Faces of Indian Country. It’s been a long ride. We’ve looked at politicians, authors, entertainers, activists, athletes — the leaders and role models of Indian country. And it wasn’t easy getting the list down to 50; many people were left […]

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015171 Views

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Caribou Legs’ reaches Ottawa in latest cross-country water protection marathon – Northern Journal

September 22, 2015 Three-and-a-half-months after setting off from Vancouver, ultra marathon runner and water protection activist Brad Firth – also known as Caribou Legs – has reached Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Upon arriving in the country’s capital, the Gwich’in activist completed a 4,400-kilometre effort to raise awareness and reinstate protections for some 2.5 million Canadian […]

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015190 Views

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Spike in property crimes prompts Igloolik to consider curfew for kids – CBC

Sep 22, 2015 It’s 10 p.m. — do you know where your children are? The hamlet of Igloolik wants them home, and is considering passing a curfew bylaw to get them there. The curfew would be in effect for any kids under the age of 18. A large siren outside the hamlet’s fire station would […]

by ahnationtalk on September 23, 2015171 Views

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