10 May 2016

The Nation Builders

Like many Inuit women, when Akinisie Qumaluk’s due date approached, she was sent to Moose Factory, Ont. from her village in northern Quebec.  This wasn’t anything new.  Evacuating pregnant women in northern communities became unofficial policy in Canada in the 1960s and 1970s in...
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10 May 2016

A Walk in Two Worlds

Rediscovering your culture and your place within it is indescribably important, especially for two-spirit youth.
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15 Apr 2016

Walking for Water

Get out a glass. Turn on the tap. Drink. It’s a simple ritual for most Canadians. But for the nearly half million residents living on First Nation reserves, their water may be laced with mercury, arsenic, uranium. More than 100 First Nations communities are currently...
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