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At 90, Alaska Native woman will be 1st counted in 2020 U.S. census
A Yup'ik elder, born to nomadic parents in western Alaska just after the start of the Great Depression, is scheduled to be the first person counted in the 2020 census.
Over-representation of Indigenous people in federal prisons reaches 'disturbing' historic high
The over-representation of Indigenous people in federal custody has reached a new historic high according to a statement released by Canada's correctional investigator, Ivan Zinger, who describes the trend as “disturbing” and evidence of “entrenched imbalances.”
Trucker recounts finding frigid Yukon travellers burning vehicle to stay warm
Yves Lafond was driving out of Carmacks, Yukon, last Monday when he came upon a vehicle burning in the ditch. The pickup had gone off the road hours earlier, stranding three men. They decided to set it on fire to stay warm in -50 C weather.
Indigenous 'Molly of Denali' is more than a cartoon for some
'Molly of Denali' is the first cartoon series with an Alaska Native character as the lead. It premiered nationwide on PBS Kids in July. For many, it is more than a cartoon.
Giant Mine's remediation team still has a to-do list
The Giant Mine remediation team opened public hearings in Yellowknife on Monday with some big promises.
Nine times lucky? Alberta's Northern Cree takes another shot at Grammy gold
New federally funded climate institute launches after demise of national roundtable
Whitehorse armed robbery suspect arrested in Inuvik, another still at large
Workshop to train N.W.T. health-care workers about vaccine-hesitant parents
Friends ramp up efforts to increase awareness of missing Yellowknife woman
Here's how N.W.T. MLAs, auditor general's office reacted to foster parents' horror stories
Inquest into Cynthia Blackjack's death begins in Carmacks
Ted Hughes, former conflict-of-interest commissioner for N.W.T. and Yukon, dead at 92
Feds give $500K to project to help promote northern mining
U of S research could make greenhouses in the far north a possibility
Smith's Landing First Nation asks N.W.T. to speak out against northern Alberta mine
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