Wrigley, N.W.T. First Nation has acclaimed chief, legislature after half of possibilities booted from race
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Wrigley, N.W.T. First Nation has acclaimed chief, legislature after half of possibilities booted from race

The Pehdzeh Ki First Nation in Wrigley, N.W.T., has a new, acclaimed, arch and legislature…

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La Loche volunteers help rescue couple and granddaughter trapped by snowstorm
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La Loche volunteers help rescue couple and granddaughter trapped by snowstorm

A Buffalo Narrows, Sask., couple stuck for four days at their camp following a storm are praising…

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$60M housing account for N.W.T. stays untouched
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$60M housing account for N.W.T. stays untouched

Almost dual years after it was created, a $60-million sovereign account combined to residence a…

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Winnipeg Art Gallery exhibition puts spotlight on Inuit clothing and jewelry
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Winnipeg Art Gallery exhibition puts spotlight on Inuit clothing and jewelry

This beaded amauti would have been worn on special occasions. (Lenard Monkman/CBC) Art fans will…

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Another Inuvik proprietor tests presumptively certain for COVID-19
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Another Inuvik proprietor tests presumptively certain for COVID-19

Another Inuvik proprietor has tested presumptively certain for COVID-19 on Tuesday, yet a box poses no…

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COVID-19 in Indigenous communities: new and active cases increase
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COVID-19 in Indigenous communities: new and active cases increase

In the last week, 214 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on First Nations reserves,…

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N.W.T. brush commander creates defence to finish ‘fruitless’ aerial wolf cull
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N.W.T. brush commander creates defence to finish ‘fruitless’ aerial wolf cull

A brush commander with some-more than 35 years of experience ferrying wildlife researchers over a N.W.T. barrenlands…

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Six Nations artist makes unique chess set from Haudenosaunee corn husk dolls
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Six Nations artist makes unique chess set from Haudenosaunee corn husk dolls

On one side of the chessboard is the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) nation. The other represents the…

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New 60-bed shelter, 5 affordable housing units opening in Iqaluit
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New 60-bed shelter, 5 affordable housing units opening in Iqaluit

A new 60-bed preserve for group and 5 affordable let units are set to open…

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Group petitions PM for national apology to 60s Scoop survivors
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Group petitions PM for national apology to 60s Scoop survivors

A group of Sixties Scoop survivors are calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to apologize…

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