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Baffinland critics question company’s regard for Inuit traditional knowledge – Nunatsiaq News

Critics of Baffinland Iron Mines’ proposed Mary River mine expansion questioned the company’s commitment to environmental sustainability and integration of Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit, or traditional knowledge, during the second day of a Nunavut Impact Review Board hearing. It revealed that a clear divide between company and community still exists, despite CEO Brian Penney’s assertion Monday his […]

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 20217 Views

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Nunavut family discovers father’s long-lost story on CBC podcast – CBC

Inuit Unikkaangit released 3 episodes with unidentified storytellers, but one has now been revealed Jan 26, 2021 A family in Nunavut recently discovered their late father’s voice on a CBC North podcast. The podcast, Inuit Unikkaangit, released an episode with an unknown storyteller talking about how to interpret the wind, and the things it can […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 202111 Views

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Kinngait artist’s sculpture front and centre at Winnipeg Inuit gallery – Nunatsiaq News

26 January 2021 Visitors who walk through the plaza outside of Winnipeg’s soon-to-open Inuit art gallery will be met with Inuit mythology and symbolism in the form of a marble carving by Kinngait-born artist Goota Ashoona. The sculpture was transported by crane to its permanent home in front of the gallery, named Qaumajuq, which means […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 20218 Views

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Wealthy couple chartered a plane to the Yukon, took vaccines meant for Indigenous elders, authorities said – Washington Post

Jan. 26, 2021 Located deep in Canada’s Yukon, the remote community of Beaver Creek is home to only about 100 people, most of them members of the White River First Nation. So when an unfamiliar couple who claimed to work at a local motel showed up at a mobile clinic to receive coronavirus vaccines, it […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 202110 Views

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COVID-19 resurfaces in Arviat with caseload rising to 17 – Nunatsiaq News

The Government of Nunavut announced two new cases of COVID-19 in Arviat Monday, bringing the hamlet’s total number of cases to 17. Monday is the fourth consecutive day new COVID-19 cases have been reported. The new outbreak comes after nearly a month of no new cases being detected in the entire territory. During Monday’s COVID-19 […]

by ahnationtalk on January 25, 202112 Views

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Tech company sets sights on training northern Indigenous youth – Nunatsiaq News

21 January 2021 PLATO Testing founder says of working in Nunavut: “if I had a partner up there, I’d do it tomorrow” After leaving what he thought was his dream job in business with no backup plan at 43, Scott Dillon says he thought to himself, “OK creator, I’m ready for whatever’s next.” Then, he […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 202115 Views

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‘I’ll cry with you, laugh with you’: Finding hope through traditional Indigenous healing – TVO

At Misiway Milopemahtesewin, in Timmins, counselling is grounded in traditional teachings — helping people process a shared set of traumas and reconnect with their cultures Jan 21, 2021 Jules Tapas is telling a story about how his younger brother once shot him with a rifle after a particularly nasty fight. “I died twice that night,” […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 20219 Views

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Nunavut government backs away from Iqaluit-Nuuk fibre-optic cable – Nunatsiaq News

The Government of Nunavut’s $209 million plan for plugging the territory into an ultra-fast fibre-optic cable will likely take a big detour this year, a government spokesperson told Nunatsiaq News earlier this week in an email. “There has been significant work on this project over the past year as the GN had an opportunity to […]

by ahnationtalk on January 21, 202110 Views

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One year on, Dene skincare company is doing business differently – Cabin Radio

January 20, 2021 It’s been a wild year for Dene entrepreneur Melissa Daniels since starting her own business at the beginning of 2020. Daniels, who lives in Fort Smith and is a member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, launched Naidié Nezų – or “good medicine” – in January of last year. Combining Dene botanical […]

by ahnationtalk on January 20, 202116 Views

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SSi Canada strikes deal to expand satellite capacity – Nunatsiaq News

Nunavut internet provider now working with Luxembourg-based SES Networks One of Nunavut’s main internet providers says it has struck a deal to obtain more satellite capacity through a new provider. SSi Canada says the new arrangement means that, for now, its customers don’t need to worry about big price increases or the shutdown of its […]

by ahnationtalk on January 20, 202117 Views

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