Inuit have worked steadily over many decades to achieve and maintain unity among our people.
Marking the 250th anniversary of the King’s pronouncement.
By Terry Audla It gets lonely sometimes,” Nellie Cournoyea said in 2009 during a grand celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Inuvialuit Final Agreement...
By Terry Audla We were in Thailand — several hundred politicians, bureaucrats and scientists from all over the world, sitting at long tables in the...
Levant championed the freedom to hunt, crying, “Fight them with facts!”
To most people, I am just Terry. I am a descendant of High Arctic Exiles, relocated from Inukjuak. I grew up in Resolute Bay during the oil and gas boom.
When my mental health was getting worse, I experienced the darkest days of my life. I could not feel the hope and happiness that I had previously felt, and thankfully that I feel again today.
In a single day in October, 11 bears wandered into Qikiqtaaluk. Large, healthy – fearless – bears.
Mary Simon had the opportunity to talk business with Northern and Southern business leaders, first at the 2012 Northern Lights Business Showcase in Ottawa, and then at the Toronto Board of Trade.
Knowledge is power. And knowledge in our contemporary society frequently takes the form of data. In our political and business world, to make a political argument, or a business case, sound and credible data is needed. One of the projects the Inuit Qaujisarvingat has brought to life is one of the most remarkable data sets among Aboriginal peoples in Canada called Naasautit.