Allison Chandler

Intern reporter/editor

Allison Chandler is a reporter for CBC North. She joined the CBC North team in Yellowknife in 2018. She has a background working with vulnerable communities in remote areas and providing political analysis on conflict zones. You can reach her at allison.chandler@cbc.ca.

Latest from Allison Chandler

Initial winner of Tsiigehtchic election calls for investigation into election process

Russell Andre is calling for a federal and territorial investigation into how Tsiigehtchic's appealed election was handled — calling the process 'rigged.'

Killer whale populations under threat of collapse, says study

A new study reveals that killer whale populations around the world are threatened by high levels of pollutants. More than 40 per cent of the whales studied were in “severe danger of collapse” in the next 3 to 5 decades.

Robots and virtual reality in the Arctic: Tech-focused makerspace opens in Iqaluit

Pinnguaq Makerspace opened in Iqaluit on Monday, offering residents the chance to explore technology like computers, robots, and learn about coding.

Local artist showcases Nunavut-inspired art at Iqaluit museum

Janet Ripley Armstrong works primarily in watercolour, but has been experimenting with monoprints to capture the scenes she sees around Iqaluit and beyond.

New Inuit-specific child care initiative will 'right a wrong,' says Inuit leader

On Sept. 10, Indigenous Services Canada announced it was developing an Inuit-specific Child First Initiative. Child First cuts red tape to make sure Indigenous children have the same access to services as any other children in Canada, yet Inuit families were excluded from the program.

'Get our voices heard': 2 Inuit women make history in Quebec election

Two women are making history as the first female Inuit candidates in a Quebec provincial election.

Kayaking Alexandra Falls disrespectful to traditional land users, Dene man says

Experts and First Nation community members say better education for visitors is key.

Kate Powell, award-winning Fort Resolution principal, dies at 44

Kate Powell was honoured as one of Canada’s 'most outstanding principals' in January, for her contribution at Deninu School in Fort Resolution, N.W.T. She died on Aug. 17 of cancer.

N.W.T. doing 'much better than last year' at recruiting teachers, despite national shortage

Efforts to attract and retain teachers in the Northwest Territories are working, but there are still 23 vacant teaching positions ahead of the school year.

Liidlii Kue First Nation gearing up for Aug. 28 election

Four candidates are vying for the position of chief, including current Chief Gerald Antoine, Howard Hardisty, Steven Jose and Herb Norwegian.

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