Blog
Doreen Nicoll | Take part in 150 days of reconcili-action by joining others across the country taking the #NEXT150 Challenge. Together we can work nation with nation to make the next 150 years something to celebrate.
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Sheila Watt-Cloutier
Richard Thompson | Watt-Cloutier sees connections between her personal struggles as an Inuk girl and her public leadership decades later, addressing the environmental crises that afflicted her people.
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David Suzuki | Inuit hunters have observed altered migration patterns of some species, and reported horrific damage to the internal organs of seals and other animals exposed to underwater seismic blasts.
Podcast
Alethea on her new film Angry Inuk and the “People of the Seal”.
Face2Face | Alethea Arnaquq-Baril talks about her new film Angry Inuk, the "People of the Seal" and a new model for animal activism.
Blog
Laura Brightwell | With "sealfies," humour and honesty, a Canadian documentary portrays the Inuit side of the seal hunt debate.
Podcast
Roshini Nair | Shelley Wright, author of Our Ice Is Vanishing / Sikuvut Nunguliqtuqa: A History of Inuit, Newcomers, and Climate Change speaks about the people of the Arctic and the effects of climate change.
Columnists
Naomi Klein | In her new memoir "The Right to Be Cold," Sheila Watt-Cloutier summarizes the devastating impacts of oil and gas extraction on Arctic communities.
Columnists
June Chua | In Okpik's Dream, filmmaker Laura Rietveld follows the life of Harry Okpik, an Inuit community leader and a well-known musher who competes yearly in Nunavik's gruelling 600-kilometre Ivakkak race.
News
"The Arctic Council planning a search for Sir John Franklin," by Stephen Pearce
Correy Baldwin | If this is our national story, then we are telling ourselves the wrong story.
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Davy Jones Locker
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.
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Michael Stewart | Dead colonial explorers attempting to discover land already discovered by the Inuit are "discovered" by present-day explorers using methods already discovered by the Inuit.
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George Lessard | A new blog by Jane George about her work with Nunasiaq News in Nunavut and Nunavik