Month: July 2007
- 'We need to say, Ã¢â‚¬Ëœgood, it's cold today' because the warmth will come.'
- Territory only jurisdiction with average age under 30
- Project may reveal effects of warming on environment, marine mammals
- A scientific expedition gives Inuit workers a unique glimpse of a weird way of life
- 'I just noticed how well kids responded to an affectionate dog.'
- 'I'm afraid that good relationships would be reduced or duplicated.'
- Federal money will fund Nunavut heritage centres, website
- Iqaluit continues to lobby hard for port prize
- Ottawa holds back on port
- Roadside bomb destroyed armoured vehicle
- Described as poor swimmer, 45-year-old went down in deepest part of lake
- Jim Little objects to 'some outsider' guiding city vision
- Anorak The Hijacking of an Inuit Word”
- A unique pilot project is creating a home-grown workforce of computer-savvy technicians
- 'I know that your part of the country is in very good hands.'
- Volunteers administer vaccines and spay and neuter animals on request
- 'There were no birds.'
- Ross's gulls are so rare that the eggs of this Nunavut seabird fetch as much as $10,000 apiece
- Killing of beloved dog may have triggered outburst
- Awards will help 10 students each year
- Climate change, sovereignty also dominate agenda
- MLA calls for Nunavut premier's ouster
- 'All the blood, sweat and tears have been worth it.'
- Greenland's traditional watercraft is thriving once again, thanks to a determined effort to save
- Many Nunavik children in state of crisis, human rights commission says
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