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Canada: Searching for an Inuk role model to end violence against women – Radio Canada International

Ending violence against women starts with changing the culture of abuse, and an Inuit women’s group has launched a novel approach to making that change with its search for role models for a new campaign. The Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada are on the search for an Inuk to be a role model for others […]

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Cambridge Bay teen wrestler wins silver at national competition – CBC

‘[It feels] great, knowing that not a lot of Inuit go to nationals,’ says Eekeeluak Avalak Apr 06, 2019 With dedication, discipline and help from his coach and teammates, Nunavut’s Eekeeluak Avalak has won a silver medal on the national stage. Avalak came in second for the men’s under-17, 55-kilogram, freestyle category at Wrestling Canada […]

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On-the-land STEM program for high school credit to expand to northern Indigenous communities – CBC

Actua’s InSTEM program to reach Yukon, N.W.T. and northern Alberta Apr 06, 2019 A program that blends land-based learning, traditional knowledge and science and technology for high school credit will be expanding to a number of northern Indigenous communities. Over the next two years 65-75 Indigenous youth in Yukon, Northwest Territories and Northern Alberta will […]

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After losing sister to an overdose, woman dedicates life to helping Indigenous youth – CBC

Jaylene Delorme-Buggins is working with youth empowerment group Live Different Apr 07, 2019 After struggling with addiction and her own mental health issues, Jaylene Delorme-Buggins has dedicated her life to helping youth. Now the Yellowknives Dene First Nation woman is travelling across the country to talk to Indigenous youth about suicide and mental health. “As […]

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I am Inuk’: Natan Obed on his complicated childhood, challenging questions and Nunavut’s future – CBC

Apr 07, 2019 The Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami president discusses growing up, becoming a leader, and his hopes going forward Natan Obed can count on one hand the number of times he’s been angry. This, despite the fact that the president of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami has been called out for “not being Inuk enough,” for not […]

by ahnationtalk on April 5, 201933 Views

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Nunavut at 20: What does it mean to be Inuk today? – APTN News

April 4, 2019 If you travel to Rankin Inlet you will see three-layered parkas, traditional qilliqs on coffee tables, and stop signs in Inuktitut. But Nunavummuit have experienced drastic cultural change in the 21st century. Prefabricated houses, western education, wireless internet, ATVs, speedboats and store bought food. You’ll also see lineups for each of the […]

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Leaving home – Nunatsiaq News

4 April, 2019 We’re celebrating Nunavut’s twentieth birthday by reviewing the territory’s successes and its challenges in areas ranging from music and the visual arts to the economy, the state of Inuktut and climate change. If there was an expectation in 1999 that Inuit in the eastern Arctic would consider the new territory of Nunavut […]

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Morning Update: Teacher cuts in Ontario; leaders’ debate in Alberta; gas prices in B.C. – The Globe and Mail

Good morning, These are the top stories: Ontario plans to cut more than 3,400 teaching jobs Memos sent to school-board directors indicate Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative government would cut 3,475 positions over the next four years to save an estimated $292-million a year. The move is the first sign of the impact of Ontario’s plan […]

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National Inuit housing strategy calls for local training to help solve ‘national crisis’ – CBC

Strategy says increased capacity, consistent funding necessary to find solution Apr 04, 2019 The Inuit-Crown Partnership Committee has released its strategy for addressing a chronic shortage of housing for Inuit, saying that consistent funding and creating local capacity to build homes are keys in finding a sustainable solution. The strategy, released Wednesday, is light on […]

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How to tackle Nunavut suicide? Respect the input from youth say advocates – APTN News

April 2, 2019 Mumilaaq Qaqqaq says she doesn’t speak for all Inuit, or all northerners for that matter – but it seems she is expected to do so on many occasions by those who don’t live in Nunavut. She recalls an instance where a professor at Fleming College in Peterborough, Ont. didn’t properly obtain her […]

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 201938 Views

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