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Military on Hand for Arctic Sovereignty Exercises Helped Save Crash Victims
August 21, 2011
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
August 20, 2011
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...
Miss Nunavut to Compete in Miss Canada International
July 08, 2011
Passionate about suicide prevention and sporting Inuit-made fashion, Malaya Qaunirq Chapman is in Toronto in search of not just the title of Miss Canada International but also with...
Aboriginal Dolls Hop Across the Pond
June 19, 2011
Doll-making used to be the way that northern Canadian women taught their daughters how to cut, manipulate and sew hides and furs so as to make durable clothing for themselves and t...
Livestreaming NOW: Canada's Perspective at Day 3 of TRC Forum
March 03, 2011
Today, speakers from around Canada take stock and outline their plans and hopes going into the future for the aboriginal community in Day 3 of the Truth and Reconciliation's (TRC) ...
Use It or Lose It: Inuit Language Week in Full Swing
February 09, 2011
Inuit and other indigenous people have long fought for the right to speak and be spoken to in their own languages...
More Charges Against Pedophile Priest
January 25, 2011
Two more counts of indecent assault have been filed against Eric DeJaeger, the Belgium-born priest accused of molesting children in Igloolik between 1978 and 1982, CBC News reports...
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 ...
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...
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