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Death of Sled Dog During Race Forcing Iditarod Organizers to Make Changes
March 22, 2013
Sled dog Dorado was found dead at an Iditarod checkpoint on March 15 four days after he had been removed from the "Last Great Race on Earth" because he was suffering from sore musc...
A Magic Musher and His Sled Dog Stars
November 29, 2012
“We are of one spirit --- the energy, the adventure,” says this musher of Alaskan sled dogs...
Legacy of Whistler Sled Dog Massacre is New, Controversial Code
February 23, 2012
On April 21 and 23, 2010, using a gun and a knife, a man executed as many as 100 sled dogs in an act that horrified animal rights activists, dogsledders, and the general public...
The Inuit in 2011: A Snapshot and Retrospective
January 02, 2012
This time last year the Inuit in Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut territory, were battling the Arctic equivalent of a heat wave: Temperatures hovering around freezing were making ro...
Qikiqtani Inuit Association Wants Ottawa to Apologize for Dog Slaughter
August 11, 2011
The Qikiqtani Inuit Association (QIA), an organization representing the Inuit from the Baffin Region, High Arctic and Belcher Islands, is calling on Ottawa to follow the Quebec gov...
Quebec Takes Responsibility and Pays $3 Million Redress for 1950s and 60s Inuit Dog Slaughter
August 09, 2011
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...
Sled-dog Slaughter Hits Aboriginal Community Hard
February 07, 2011
The slaughter of 100 sled dogs in British Columbia after last year’s Olympic Games is causing outrage and has sparked an investigation, but for aboriginal groups the deed is especi...
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