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Quebec Takes Responsibility and Pays $3 Million Redress for 1950s and 60s Inuit Dog Slaughter
The Inuit of Quebec will receive $3 million in compensation from the provincial government for the harm caused to their way of life by the slaughter of up to 1,000 sled dogs, or qi...
Akwesasne Mohawk Youth Are Still at Risk of Industrial Pollutants
The industrial facilities built in the 1950s on the St. Lawrence River where New York, Quebec and Ontario meet were a toxic turning point for the unwary Akwesasne Mohawk ...
Documentary Series Chronicles James Bay Treaty Negotiations
It’s an epic struggle, one that has gone on since 1971 between the Quebec government and the Cree and Inuit opponents of the largest hydroelectric project in the world: a plan to d...
Four Days Out on the Ice, Inukjuak Teens Survive
It was supposed to be a day-long polar bear hunt. Instead, two teens found themselves trapped in an icy wasteland for four days...
Mussels Served Cold, Under Ice—at Low Tide
Urban and suburban supermarkets have those contests where you win as much stuff as you can cram into your cart in half an hour as you race through the aisles...
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Cree: Traditional Remedies for Diabetes Rival Prescription Drugs
Type II diabetes reached “epidemic proportions in Cree communities,” around the turn of the millennium, Kathleen Wootton, deputy chief of the Cree Nation of Mistissini in Quebec fr...
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