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COMMENTARY September 19, 2014 - 11:47 am

My Little Corner of Canada, Sept. 19

Welcome Back to My Little Corner of Canada

JOHN AMAGOALIK

It was some years ago now that I wrote my last piece for My Little Corner of Canada.

At the time, after several years of writing the weekly column, I was feeling drained of ideas and issues to write about.

Even after several years, people still come up to me and ask when My Little Corner of...

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COMMENTARY September 03, 2014 - 10:49 am

The Kugluktuk soup kitchen: more than just filling bellies

Pilot project hopes to get funding to continue this fall

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JESSE AJAYI AND REBECCA KLADY

A soup kitchen can be more than just a place to reduce hunger.

In Kugluktuk, the Saturday soup kitchen is a place where social ties and cultural values can be strengthened, and where social practices around food and gathering around food are changing.

The...

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COMMENTARY June 20, 2014 - 4:00 pm

Greenpeace hopes to set the record straight on aboriginal hunting

"Our campaign against commercial sealing did hurt many, both economically and culturally"

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JOANNA KERR, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, GREENPEACE CANADA

A seal pup, a hunter, and a Greenpeace activist between them.

That is the image many Indigenous inhabitants of northern Canada still evoke when someone says the word “Greenpeace” — even though we have not actively campaigned against the seal...

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COMMENTARY June 19, 2014 - 8:12 am

Who is failing Pond Inlet?

Youth skeptical about Mary River's promised benefits

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WILLOW SCOBIE and KATHLEEN RODGERS
University of Ottawa

We have been talking to young people in Mittimatalik-Pond Inlet about their experiences so far with the Baffinland iron mine at Mary River.

We are not the first Qallunaat to arrive in this small community in northern Baffin Island and show...

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COMMENTARY May 09, 2014 - 7:29 am

In our response to the Arctic, we will be judged by posterity

A call to action from a UN climate change negotiator

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YEB SAÑO

I was born over 5,000 miles from the North Pole.  And yet, as I have grown older I have come to realize that my future and the future of my country is inextricably tied to the fate of the Arctic.

When I spoke out at the UN talks in Warsaw last November to demand immediate and drastic...

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