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Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month
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WI School District Drops Native Logo
Things About Skins
Canada Feds Ban Narwhal Tusk Exports
January 15, 2011
No sooner had the Inuit gained a foothold for seal products in the Chinese market than Fisheries and Oceans Canada slapped a ban on the export of tusks and other narwhal products f...
Arctic Co-operative Ltd. Buys Nunavut Small-engine Dealer
January 14, 2011
Arctic Co-operatives Ltd. hopes to amplify its small-engine market in Nunavut with the purchase of Iqaluit’s Sikitu Sales and Service Ltd., the Nunatsiaq News reported ...
China Seal Deal Could Help Inuit Economy
January 13, 2011
The European Union may have quashed Canadian seal-products sales, but China is stepping in...
Think Tank: Youthful Northern Canada Is Future’s Key
January 10, 2011
Northern Canada, with its largely youthful Inuit and aboriginal population, could be a key to the country’s economic future, according to Conference Board of Canada, a leading thin...
Nunavut Capital Battles Heat Wave
January 05, 2011
Iqaluit, the Nunavut capital, is struggling to de-ice its streets, challenged by temperatures that are running 20 degrees Celsius (68 Fahrenheit) above normal, the Nunatsiaq News r...
Inuktitut-language Blocks a Hit in Nunavut
January 03, 2011
A series of wooden blocks bearing Inuktitut symbols, first invented by an Inuit family for their kids, is now being produced by the hundreds, the Nunatsiaq News reports ...
Inuit Fashion Online
January 02, 2011
Inuit chic, anyone?...
Caribou Is the Canary in the Coal Mine
February 11, 2011
Global warming and a rush to exploit the natural resources of the Arctic are killing off Caribou herds, which is bad news for them, for the indigenous peoples who share their lands...
Tim Hortons Goes Arctic
December 04, 2010
Courtesy Tim Hortons It reached New York City before it made it all the way up to the northern reaches of its home country, but coffee chain Tim Hortons has opened three express lo...
Working to Prevent Indigenous Suicide
December 09, 2010
Suicide prevention groups from both the U.S. and Canada joined forces in early December at a Montreal conference to study ways to keep indigenous youth from taking their lives...
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Redskins.com Interviews 'Inuit Chief' Who Supports Use of Redskins Name
Making a Northern Scene: Indigenous Artists Take Over Ottawa
Inuit and Canadian Officials Lash Out at European Union's Seal Products Ban
Canada Takes Helm of Arctic Council With First Indigenous Leader
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