Month: November 2007
- Uncanny hearing allows blind siblings to perform musical and navigational marvels
- 'It gives us all a black eye, maybe two black eyes and a 'c;ouple; of broken teeth'
- Inuit organization rejects notion that it should help deal with increased social problems
- 'They expect us to row a cardbox box across the ocean,' he says
- Two dozen attend workshop on long-term planning process
- Pre-trades program requires 'regular; attendance, gives 'students; pick of employment
- 'We're seeing the benefits of the Katimajiit conference.'
- Low-key federal 'dec;ision; also helps regulatory agencies
- Pact would create process for regional assembly, amalgamating existing organizations
- 'We can't figure out why 'a;nyone; would want to do this'
- Norman Smith, A Son of Labrador
- Some forced to trade sex for a place to sleep, study shows
- Play in Inuktitut targets kids and parents who booze
- 'It's nothing to do with being greedy. It's a professional issue.'
- The international acclaim is great, but Igloolik's clown princes are desperate for cash
- $70k per year would put capital in line with Whitehorse, Yellowknife
- 'If you didn't want council's support you shouldn't have asked for it.'
- Walkout possible by Christmas, says head of union local
- NTCL may have to haul Baker-bound cargo overland
- Contractor agrees to ensure workforce is more than 80 per cent Inuit
- Nutrition strategy aims to reduce hunger, fight diet-related disorders with supplements
- Beechey Island
- Iqaluit youth take a crack at designing the city of the future
- 'The entire rehabilitation service is deficient.'
- 'Where earthquakes happened before, they’ll happen again,'
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