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Canada's first tenured Inuit professor at U of S says research, opportunities 'a dream world'
When she looks back at her childhood growing up in a small Greenland community, to her life now, as Canada’s first tenured Inuit professor, Karla Jessen Williamson still feels a sense of disbelief. She is one of the very few Inuit professors working in academia, as an assistant professor in education at the University of Saskatchewan.
First Nation plans homecoming canoe journey down the Taku River
The Taku River First Nation is planning a historic canoe trip from the Canadian border of the Taku River to Juneau Alaska. The three-day canoe trip is to coincide with the opening of Celebration 2018. Celebration is one of the largest gatherings of Alaska and Yukon Native traditional dancers. It is put on every two years in Juneau Alaska.
Cannabis and your community: Pot law committee to make whirlwind N.W.T. tour
Community consultations on the territory’s new marijuana legislation will kick off next week, the government announced on Friday.
Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. residents preparing for expected influx of thousands of tourists this summer
Six new businesses have started up in the hamlet since the highway came in, and more are expected to open. There have been a few hundred extra tourists over the winter months.
Canadian Film Day
There's a massive free catalogue of Indigenous films online — and we have 6 picks to get you started
Yukoner making waves in synchronized swimming
Researchers team up with Northerners in hopes of creating more accurate forecasts for the North
Seattle-area pizzeria claims 120-year-old Klondike sourdough