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Nunavik Inuit need more support to enter job market: report – Nunatsiaq News

June 23, 2015 “Specialized services are essential” Quebec Inuit communities are struggling to gain a foothold in the labour market in both Nunavik and Montreal, and a new report prepared by a group of Quebec employment support organizations offers some insight as to why. Employment services available for Inuit both north and south have offered […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 2015231 Views

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Bill Tierney: West Island has few signs of its aboriginal heritage – Montreal Gazette

June 23, 2015 It isn’t fun to wake up on a bright summer morning and, just when you are starting to think that this really is the summer of your winter dreams, you are called upon to acknowledge that you are a contributing party to “cultural genocide.” Yes, you had a hand in the intentional […]

by ahnationtalk on June 24, 2015264 Views

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Aboriginal women still overrepresented among Canada’s missing and murdered women – CBC

Jun 20, 2015 32 aboriginal women have been slain and 11 more have disappeared since 2013, RCMP says Aboriginal women continue to be overrepresented among Canada’s missing and murdered women, says the RCMP in a new report to update Canadians on the force’s efforts to address unresolved cases of missing and murdered native women. Between May 2014 when last year’s report was […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 2015210 Views

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Nunavik Sivuniksavut moves closer to realization – Nunatsiaq News

June 22, 2015 Program would likely be affiliated with Montreal’s John Abbott college Nunavik high school graduates should soon be able to apply to a made-in-Nunavik post-secondary program. The Kativik School Board first announced plans in 2010 to open a Nunavik version of Nunavut’s successful urban college-level program for Inuit students, Nunavut Sivuniksavut, based in […]

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 20155211 Views

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25th First Peoples Festival offers array of film, music and culture – Montreal Gazette

June 18, 2015 Aboriginal culture from around the world will be on display at Montreal’s 25th First Peoples Festival, July 29 to Aug. 5. On the music front, Métis singer-songwriter Moe Clark and composer Katia Makdissi-Warren host the Trancestral Concert, featuring 22 performers on the Place des Festivals stage, Sunday, Aug. 2. Florent Vollant and […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015201 Views

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New Cabot Square park aims to empower Aboriginal Montrealers – CBC

Park set to officially reopen July 8 with new services and activities Jun 18, 2015 Inuk artist Simiuni Nauya is one of many people who will contribute to welcoming the community back to the revitalized Cabot Square. He’s been hired to give soapstone carving workshops there this summer. “It’s my first time being asked to […]

by ahnationtalk on June 18, 2015205 Views

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Nunavik plane crash victim was “kind, loving and helpful” – Nunatsiaq News

June 17, 2015 Bobby Drapeau helped launch a construction company in Kangirsuk Residents of Kangirsuk held a memorial service June 15 for one of the victims who died in a June 11 plane crash just outside the Nunavik community. Kangirsummiut crowded into a local church to say goodbye to Robert Drapeau, who, along with his […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 20155326 Views

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Family seeks Mary Mickeyook, Inuk woman missing in Montreal – CBC

Jun 16, 2015 60-year-old from Kuujjuarapik was in city for medical treatment Cree and Inuit relatives are looking for a 60-year-old woman from northern Quebec who went missing in Montreal last week. Mary Mickeyook had travelled to the city from Kuujjuarapik for medical treatment. She was last seen on June 10 at the Atwater YMCA where Nunavik patients stay […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 2015298 Views

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Nunavik’s Ungaluk fund hands out $11 million in 2015 – Nunatsiaq News

June 16, 2015 “We want the program to be considered something that can make us healthier” Nunavik’s Ungaluk crime prevention fund handed out more than $11 million this year to projects across the region. For 2015, just over 50 successful project applicants received money to pay for everything from healing initiatives to recreational programs to […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 20155010 Views

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Police release names of three Nunavik plane crash victims – Nunatsiaq News

June 15, 2015 Three men from Val d’Or and WInnipeg died in June 11 crash near Kangirsuk Quebec provincial police have released the names of the three people who died June 11 when their small aircraft crashed outside of Kangirsuk, on Nunavik’s Ungava Bay. The passengers were father and son Robert Drapeau, 48 and Alexandre […]

by ahnationtalk on June 15, 20153807 Views

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