The courageous Indigenous Inuit people of Clyde River are taking their fight to the Supreme Court of Canada.

The Canadian government failed to properly consult with the community (as required by law) before granting permits for companies to blast the Arctic in search of oil. Their case will be heard alongside the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation , who are taking a stand to protect their land and water from the risky Line 9 tar sands pipeline. Both verdicts could have profound implications — across Canada and globally.

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On November 30th, this Inuit community will take a historic stand for Indigenous rights.

Karin and Kathy Kettler, the Canadian throat-singing sisters who together are known as Nukariik, carry on the traditions of the elders from their mothers’ village in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, which is located in northern Quebec.





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On the Edge – How Indigenous Stories Can Relieve Stress with Anna Wilson
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 (7:00 pm – 8:30 pm)
Strathcona EPL
8331 104 Street
Edmonton AB T6E 4E9…/5908f0224eb1813e00607fad…/5908f0224eb1813e00607fad

This event is FREE. Your RSVP is appreciated, please register now. Light refreshments will be served. This presentation will explore how Indigenous Stories can help us cope with stress. There are many stories we encounter throughout our lifetimes. Some stories have the potential to heal because they…


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