Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Inuit Forum

The Challenge of Our Time

The elevated rate of suicide by Inuit in Canada is the most urgent challenge facing our people. Inuit in each of the four regions...

The pursuit of Inuit self-determination in research

As summer approaches in Inuit Nunangat, southern researchers are preparing for their annual migration North to undertake field research on our land, animals, environment,...

Love and kindness in the midst of violence

Love and kindness are timeless concepts. They are universally understood and appreciated as foundations for healthy lives and communities. I believe the love and...

Our political footprints are everywhere

Congratulations to our prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, for taking action on his promise to enter into a renewed nation-to-nation relationship with indigenous peoples in...

My Canadian Inuit Family

The title of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami President carries with it many expectations to lead, and also many expectations for the individual who holds the...

Inuit Speak with a Louder voice

Your vote counts. As a matter of fact, if you live in Inuit Nunangat, your vote in the federal election scheduled for October 19...

The late-summer harvest

By Terry Audla President, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami I was speaking to a group of high school students recently about my family’s relocation to the High Arctic from...
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Passing the Torch #2Reconcile

ITK President Terry Audla with Abigail Carleton, Charlotte Carleton and Aneeka Anderson at the unveiling of a commemorative stained glass window on Parliament Hill...
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Click “Donate” to Create Lasting Change

Lillian Elias of Inuvik describes the elements of her language during a forum to discuss a unified writing system for Inuktut. The work is...

The right to be included

Our earliest leaders fought for our right to have a voice in discussions that affect our lives. Leaders of today are still fighting to be...