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Sep 11, 2014
Davy Jones Locker

Sinking to the bottom: The wreck of the Stephen Harper

Christopher Majka
The Franklin Expedition discovery reveals the Harper government is rapidly sinking. In future centuries there will, however, be no attempt to raise the political remains of the S.S. Stephen Harper.
Blog
Dec 17, 2013
Photo: Michael Vesia/flickr

Let's celebrate the gifts of winter

David Suzuki
Here in the Canada, we have to put up with a lot of snow and ice. Instead of complaining, we should be grateful for all that snow and ice give us.
Blog
Jan 10, 2013

Justice will remain absent

Daniel Wilson
This is the fourth in a series looking at the challenges for the upcoming meeting between the Harper government and several First Nation leaders.
Podcast
Mar 24, 2012
Redeye

Health effects of climate change in Canada's North

Redeye
Canada's polar regions are at the frontline, where the impacts of global warming are felt most acutely. A recent study details some of the health impacts on the people who live in Canada's North.
Blog
Mar 11, 2010

Tuberculosis among Inuit

Daniel Tseghay
A new report shows that the rate of tuberculosis among Inuit is 185 times greater than for the rest of the country. That's an incredible number and it's the product of our unfair social institutions.
Podcast
May 30, 2009

White Lies about the Inuit

Redeye
A radical new anthropology textbook addresses several of the most widely-believed myths about the Inuit.

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