Monday, September 25, 2017

Guest Editorial

Muskrat Falls threatening Inuit rights, health and way of life

A joint review panel appointed by the Government of Canada and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador in 2009 recognized that the Muskrat Falls...

Atausiuqatigiingniq Inuusirmi

Nunavummiut are some of the strongest and most resilient people in the world. This May 4-6, 2016, the Nunavut Suicide Prevention Strategy partners hosted...

Protecting tradition while supporting growth

As Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, I am proud of our province and its people. Newfoundland and Labrador is rich in culture and heritage. Our...

A made-in-the-North strategy against the impacts of climate change

I grew up on the banks of the beautiful Mackenzie River, spending many summer days at my favourite swimming holes and fishing with my friends...

Invest in Youth

Nunavik Youth forum: A new beginning for the Youth of Nunavik! With a full new board of motivated youth, we are ready to get...

Makkuttuuvugut. Sannginiqaqtugut. We are Young. We are Strong

It was my great pleasure to host the 10th National Inuit Youth Summit in Iqaluit this past August. It reaffirmed our purpose as Inuit...

Looking Ahead: Our People, Our Future

There has been real growth across the territory in the last 16 years. We are very proud as Inuit and as Canadians. It is...

The North’s new growth opportunity

Our high cost of living There is a silver lining to the North’s high cost-of-living, which dominates our daily lives, cripples our service industries and...

Trudeau: Canada’s North—An extraordinary place to visit, live and invest

Guest Editorial by Justin P. J. Trudeau, M.P. for Papineau Leader of the Liberal Party of Canadau In January, with my eldest son Xavier by my...