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NWT works to Indigenize outdoor play for kids – Cabin Radio

November 25, 2021 As forest and nature schools grow in popularity around the globe, the Northwest Territories is working to support Indigenous perspectives and outdoor learning for young children. Early childhood programs say “people are hungry” for the opportunity. The territorial government – acknowledging the importance of culturally relevant programming in communities –  issued a […]

by ahnationtalk on November 25, 202123 Views

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98 per cent of child and youth receiving care in N.W.T. are Indigenous, report says – CBC

Nov 25, 2021 Child and Family Services says its committed to reducing number of Indigenous children in care Despite efforts since 2019 to reduce the number of Indigenous children and youth in care, the annual report of the Director of Child and Family Services (CFS) tabled in the N.W.T. ‘s Legislative Assembly Wednesday indicates almost all children […]

by ahnationtalk on November 25, 202117 Views

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Indigenous health group wins design award for upcoming sustainable building – CBC

Nov 23, 2021 Although the building design won an award, the project still needs approval for the land The Arctic Indigenous Wellness Foundation (AIWF) won an international award for the design of a building yet to be built. The Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction awarded the silver medal in the North American category — and $50,000 […]

by ahnationtalk on November 23, 202113 Views

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How the NWT provides ‘a little candlelight of hope’ after COP26 – Cabin Radio

November 22, 2021 “It’s no joke. We’re almost under the ocean,” said Pete Keevik, an Inuvialuk hunter, trapper, and fisher, in a message to the global COP26 climate conference. Earlier this month, the Glasgow, Scotland-based conference ended in an 11th-hour deal in which the nations of the world promised more steps to curb greenhouse gas […]

by ahnationtalk on November 22, 202114 Views

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I can understand it fluently’: Inuvik woman credits N.W.T.’s language program – CBC

Nov 22, 2021 Program first launched in 2019 to revitalize Indigenous languages Susan Peffer says she can have conversations in Inuvialuktun as a result of the N.W.T.’s Mentor-Apprentice Program (MAP). “Every time I talk to both my sisters, it’s always in the language,” she says. “I understand it fluently.” The program, run through the N.W.T.’s education, culture […]

by ahnationtalk on November 22, 202112 Views

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Taloyoak HTO manager recounts trip to Glasgow for climate summit – Nunatsiaq News

Nov 19, 2021 Jimmy Oleekatalik’s first trip abroad was an opportunity to speak on an international stage After picking up his passport during a layover in Toronto and making his first-ever trip out of the country to attend the largest climate conference in the world, Jimmy Oleekatalik is home in Taloyoak to recount the tale. […]

by ahnationtalk on November 19, 202115 Views

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NTI says it will seek to negotiate Inuit self-government with Ottawa – Nunatsiaq News

Nov 18, 2021 Organization says ‘the Inuit quality of life has alarmingly declined’ under Nunavut’s public government Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. says it will seek to negotiate with Ottawa to bring about Inuit self-government. NTI said in an article on its website that, since Nunavut’s public government was created 22 years ago, “the Inuit quality of […]

by ahnationtalk on November 18, 202112 Views

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Iqaluit working on GN requirements to lift water order – Nunatsiaq News

Nov 18, 2021 Staff hasn’t given a timeline for when work will be complete The Department of Health has set out several requirements the City of Iqaluit must meet before people in the city can start drinking their tap water again. It’s been nearly five weeks since the territorial government issued a do-not-consume water advisory […]

by pmnationtalk on November 18, 202115 Views

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Iqaluit teens take to the street to demand more suicide prevention for Nunavummiut – CBC

Nov 17, 2021 It’s ’10 times harder to manage up here,’ says protester, noting water crisis, lack of mental health supports Youth in Iqaluit marched from Inuksuk High School to the Nunavut Legislature on Tuesday to deliver a message to government officials: suicide prevention needs to be addressed now. High school students carrying signs reading “suicide […]

by ahnationtalk on November 18, 202118 Views

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Government of Nunavut has failed Inuit, says NTI; organization to pursue self-government – NNSL Media

Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI) will be pursuing Inuit Self-Government in Nunavut, following a resolution at its annual general meeting on Nov. 16. The resolution will seek a negotiation mandate with the Government of Canada to exercise their inherent right to Inuit Self-Government. In a release by the Inuit Organization, NTI is asserting that the Government […]

by ahnationtalk on November 17, 202120 Views

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