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Video: Faux Supermarket Ads Drive Nunavut Food Price Boondoggle Home With Humor
Beyond-prohibitive food prices in Canada’s north are no joke, but these fake grocery ads have succeeded in bringing attention to a devastating nutritional problem with their deadpa...
Arctic Tea Toss With Sunset Rings in 2016
Tea has a long history in ceremony and other revered forms of consumption...
Happy 2016: Sunrise From the Top of the World, in Nunavut
From the top of the world, in Nunavut, Canada, we bring you a symbol of new beginnings for the New Year: a stunning photo very aptly titled “Frosty Sunrise.” Eileen Arragutainak sn...
Photos: Watch as Four Nunavut Teens Create Massive, Vibrant Mural in Toronto
Last year, Toronto artists Patrick Thompson and Alexa Hatanaka met a group of Indigenous Nunavut youths brought together to create a mural on the side of an elementary school in Ca...
Nunavut Inuit Group Settles Ottawa Lawsuit for $255.5 Million
Nunavut Tunngavik Inc...
A Feast Worth Fighting For: Inuit Appeal Approval of Seismic Testing at Federal Court
At lunchtime on April 20, as a symbol of their sustenance that’s at stake and as a show of Inuit values of sharing and community, Clyde River Mayor Jerry Natanine will pass around ...
'Wolf in Shepherd's Clothing' Pedophile Priest Eric Dejaeger Gets 19-Year Sentence in Nunavut
So-called Pedophile Priest Eric Dejaeger has been sentenced to 19 years, minus eight years for time served, for the sexual abuse of more than two dozen Inuit children during the 19...
Pedophile Ex-Priest Convicted on 24 Counts, Including Bestiality; Inuit Victims Vindicated
Dozens of Inuit people victimized by so-called Pedophile Priest Eric Dejaeger in the 1970s and ’80s have now been vindicated, as a court has found the 67-year-old defrocked cleric ...
Nunavut Game Company Makes Technology Dreams Come True
Raise your hand if you know what pinnguaq means in Inuktitut—if you guessed that it means “play,” you win!...
Ethereal Beauty: These 8 Stunning Nunavut Landscapes Will Take Your Breath Away
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