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We have learned what pandemics can do to communities not prepared for such events.
A lack of available rentals means even those with six-figure salaries are out of luck.
At this rate, only four per cent of Inuit in Nunavut will speak Inuktut at home by 2051
"I do hope in the future there can be more respect given to the place and time and the people who deserve to have their story told."
“I’m so angry, I feel like I’m free falling and there’s no net to catch me.”
They're one of the country's fastest growing populations.
Domestic violence is a dark secret in remote communities.
Children ultimately learn more, and learn better, when taught in two or more languages.
A recent government commitment could turn the tide on systemic neglect that has allowed TB to continue to exist.
There are a number of barriers to higher education in the Inuit population.