Canadian FedElxn 2019: 800 candidates, 40,000 tweets…. but only 7 mention Inuit? What gives?

A team of Canadian researchers analyzing candidate tweets on Inuit, Métis and First Nations issues during the current federal election

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Leaders take on climate, Indigenous issues, but Arctic absent from Canadian election debate

The leaders of Canada’s six federal parties took to the debate stage in Gatineau, Quebec Monday night, facing off over

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Finnish and US Presidents agree on Arctic security policies

Finnish President Sauli Niinistö and U.S. President Donald Trump discussed Arctic issues, including security and the environment, during their meeting

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UK’s new flagship polar research vessel officially named Sir David Attenborough

The United Kingdom’s new polar research ship was formally named RRS Sir David Attenborough on Thursday by the Duke and

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Ottawa and Inuit in Atlantic Canada to launch study on protected marine area

A coastal area adjacent to the Torngat Mountains National Park in northern Labrador in Atlantic Canada is under consideration to

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Legacy of Inuk artist Itee Pootoogook explored in Canadian exhibition

Inuk artist Itee Pootoogook (1951 – 2014) was well-known for his drawings of solitary figures or architecture placed amongst vast Arctic

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Iceland glacier lost to climate change to get memorial ceremony this month

Iceland’s Okjökull glacier, or should we say former glacier, will be getting a memorial service this month when a delegation

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Canadian exhibition showcases miniature carvings by Inuit artists

Large carvings are amongst the most iconic works produced by Inuit artists, but a new Canadian exhibition is casting a

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Walt Disney Animation Studios to release Saami-language version of “Frozen 2”

The sequel to the Walt Disney mega-hit film Frozen will also be available in the Saami language,  Walt Disney Animation

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Canadian Heritage to contribute funding to travelling Kenojuak Ashevak exhibition

The federal Department of Canadian Heritage is contributing $464,000 to help fund a travelling exhibition featuring the work of Kenojuak

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Inuit org wants working group with Quebec gov on firearms legislation

Makivik Corporation, the land claims organization that represents the political interests of Quebec Inuit, wants to revisit Quebec’s firearms legislation

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