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Make Muskrat Right

The Muskrat Falls hydro dam will increase methylmercury levels flowing into Lake Melville by up to 200 per cent, according to an independent Harvard University study. We need to make changes before the flooding starts.  #MakeMuskratRight

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Fourth Meeting of the Ungava Peninsula Caribou Aboriginal Round Table is a success

Read more about the latest Ungava Peninsula Caribou Aboriginal Round Table meeting that was held in Kuujjuaraapik, Nunavik.

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Getting down to business

President Leo writes in her blog about the recent election and appointment of Minister portfolios

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Nunatsiavut Election Results

On May 6, 2014, beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement voted for Ordinary Members to represent each constituency.  Read more to find out the results.

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MURDERED AND MISSING INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS PLANNED News

The Government of Canada wants to hear from families of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls about what they want a national Inquiry to accomplish. To this end, engagement sessions are being held across the country. The sessions will be limited to survivors, loved ones and family...

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Winner - Jodie Lane - Women’s History Month News

It’s a sunny afternoon but I can’t remember what season.  I remember the sun shining through the windows of my Gram’s house.  It is her house now because Grandpa is gone.  Gram sits in her chair, one leg tucked in under, wearing a blue cardigan out over her blouse.  She is knitting. ...

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Public Consultation on the Development of Policy on the Repatriation of Human Remains and Burial Objects from Archaeological Sites in Nunatsiavut News

The Nunatsiavut Government (NG) does not currently have approved policy on the repatriation of human remains and burial objects from archaeological contexts in Nunatsiavut.  The importance of addressing this issue has been recognized and acknowledged by the Nunatsiavut Executive Council...

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