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Is Polar Bear Cannibalism on the Rise due to Climate Change? Ask the Inuit
The BBC has posted graphic photos of an adult polar bear eating a cub that have intensified concerns that global warming or climate change is threatening the survival of the specie...
There's an (Inuktitut) App for That
Canada’s first Inuktitut app has been launched...
For Inuits Dealing With Climate Change, Science Can Be Slow and Bumbling
An Inuk woman practicing a traditional craft finds the sealskin she’s working with doesn’t have the nice fur of times past and it has rotten patches that tear easily...
Inuit Graduate Student First Aboriginal to Tackle Accounting Program
Not only is Laura Arngna’naaq the first aboriginal student to ever enroll in the Masters in Management and Professional Accounting (MMPA) program at the University of Toronto, she’...
Intrepid Whimbrel Flies from Nunavut to the Caribbean Through Hurricane Irene
Hurricane Irene may have shut down New York City and caused rivers throughout the northeastern United States to overrun their banks, but the storm did not daunt one determined shor...
Operation Nanook: Flexing Canadian Muscle in the Arctic
Climate change is causing consternation in aboriginal and environmental circles alike...
Inuit Advocate Peter Kritaqliluk, Taken Too Soon
Nunavut was mourning a leader on August 31 as it buried longtime Inuit advocate Peter Kritaqliluk, the Nunatsiaq News reported...
Widespread Heartbreak as Flight 6560 Victims Identified
A leading scientist. Two inseparable sisters, torn asunder at ages six and seven. A man flying on his 49th birthday, en route from his sister’s funeral...
Military on Hand for Arctic Sovereignty Exercises Helped Save Crash Victims
Canadian authorities are investigating what made a Boeing 737 from an Inuit-owned airline slam into a hill just short of Resolute Bay’s airport on August 20, killing 12...
12 Killed in First Air Crash in Resolute Bay; 3 Survive
A First Air plane carrying 15 people from Yellowknife to Resolute Bay has crashed near its destination airport, killing 12 and injuring three, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police sai...
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