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A question of legacy: Cree writing and the origin of the syllabics
Language history was made in Canada almost 180 years ago, but not everyone agrees on whose history it was. In the northern reaches of what is now Manitoba, at Norway House, a Christian hymn was printed in Cree syllabics, a script alien to the Western eye. The syllabics are a writing system that represents the sounds of spoken Cree in shapes and forms, having no analog in Roman lettering.
Ottawa's lack of co-operation over residential school claim records 'tragic,' says Murray Sinclair
Ongoing litigation over records from the residential schools compensation process undermines the federal government's reconciliation agenda and commitments made to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, according to Sen. Murray Sinclair, who chaired the commission.
Our recovery from COVID-19 should be rooted in reconciliation
We are living in the middle of a story we will tell for decades to come. In telling this story we may be asked, “and then what happened?” I hope I’ll be able to say that we chose a recovery rooted in reconciliation. I’m working hard to make that a reality. I hope you will too.
'Start by changing your team name': Inuk MP responds to Edmonton Eskimos post referencing racism
A social media post by the Edmonton Eskimos referencing racism drew criticism over the weekend given the ongoing controversy over the team's name, which is widely considered a racial slur.
N.W.T. MLA says dropped confidence motion was not a 'knee-jerk' reaction
The head of the committee of MLAs that put forward a motion calling for the removal of an N.W.T. cabinet member last week won't say why the motion was dropped just two days later.
More types of mosquito discovered in Yukon — that's 33 and counting
Interim payments approved after delays in 60s Scoop settlement compensation draw criticism
2 young adults 'fighting for their life' after car crash in Hay River
Flooding forces people to evacuate from cabins near Inuvik, N.W.T.
Man dies after snowmobile falls through ice near Gameti
Number of Yukon students missing school worries youth advocate
Man dies in crash on Highway 3 outside Yellowknife
$55M lottery prize winner for ticket bought in Yellowknife identified
In-territory travel restrictions lifted, Nunavut public servants return to work June 8
Investigations, prosecutions for polluting in Canada down sharply since 2015
Rain shouldn't impact Nunavut's data network as badly this summer, officials say
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