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Inuit Answer Hollywood With Sealfie Photo Booths, Giant Group Pic
The war of images over the seal hunt is going as epic as a Hollywood movie. The indigenous land claims group Nunavut Tunngavik Inc...
Inuit Flood Twitter With 'Sealfies' After Ellen DeGeneres Selfie Funds Hunt Haters
David P. Ball
A month after Ellen DeGeneres tweeted her record-breaking celebrity-laden selfie during the Oscars on March 2—now surpassing 3.4 million retweets—Samsung's $1.5-million donation to...
Vigils for Murdered Inuit Student Loretta Saunders Held Across Canada, Scholarship Started
Vigils are taking place in 17 cities, and as far away as Norway, on Thursday March 27 for Loretta Saunders, an Inuk university student who was murdered in February and left beside ...
Fred Bruemmer, Photographer of Inuit Life in Canada’s Arctic, Walks On
Fred Bruemmer wrote 27 books and more than 1,000 articles in his lifetime, many of them chronicled Inuit life in Canada’s Arctic, reported the Montreal Gazette ...
Nunavik Pioneer and Inuit Right Activist Jacob Oweetaluktuk Walks On
Jacob Oweetaluktuk, one of the founding members of the Inuit Tapirisat of Canada—now known as Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK)—walked on October 31. He was 76...
Inuit Artifacts Can’t Come Home to Nunavut
The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in the Northwest Territories of Canada has been housing 150,000 Inuit artifacts from Nunavut for the last 10 years, reports CBC News ...
Cabinet Shuffle Puts Aboriginal Leona Aglukkaq in Charge of Canada's Environment Ministry
Canada’s health minister has become the country’s environment minister in a cabinet shuffle that puts the panel’s only aboriginal minister into one of the government’s most sensiti...
Diver Has Close Encounter With Shy, Huge Narwhal Whale
In 28-degree North Pole water, photographer captured the rarest of images—him swimming with the usually shy narwhal...
Protests and Parties Mark National Aboriginal Day in Canada
Celebration and frustration reign in equal measure on today’s National Aboriginal Day in Canada...
Summer Narwhal Hunt Confirmed for 2013
The government of Canada has confirmed that a narwhal hunt will take place this summer...
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