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'Ready to kill' before regaining pride
"The first day I walked into that residential school is when the anger started," said Sarah Jerome, a Gwich'in elder from Fort McPherson who was taken from her home at the age of seven to attend residential school in Aklavik.
Arviat preps for fishing derby
The excitement is building for one of Arviat's most popular annual events.
Unpaid 911 cash goes to charity
The Stanton Territorial Hospital Foundation is proving to be one of the bigger winners following a lawsuit settlement that saw cellphone provider Bell Mobility pay out more than $1 million...
Leaders share stories at land claims event
Sandra Ipana's legacy honoured with new award
Bobbi Jo Greenland-Morgan, president of the Gwich'in Tribal Council, said Gwich'in are known as caribou people.
"Caribou migrate. There's a big main herd, some scatter, some slow down," she said.
Old Auntie Hadie Nuff, despite being somewhat of a fictional character, was full of wise old sayings such as, "A stitch in time saves nine" or, "Don't cry over spilt milk ... See: Walt Humphries
So there's a wake-up call for Inuvik. I saw pictures of some of the log pilings - which are the foundation for every building and Utilidor - that are starting to move because of the ... See: Cece McCauley
I can hear what you're going to say when you read this. You're going to think I've gone soft. Believe me, I haven't. I wish the Yellowknife foursome that went to the ... See: James McCarthy
I believe there is a social fibre that wants to assist in change for a better, brighter future for the neglected and shunned. Programs and services have been established ... See: Harry Maksagak
Friends, a time like this when a senator, Lynn Beyak, has been kicked off the Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples brings up some serious and downright ... See: Antoine Mountain
Established in 1945, News/North covered the 61 communities in the Northwest Territories, a 1,400,000 square mile region north of the 60th parallel. The region made up the present Northwest Territories, plus the area which, in April of 1999 became the new territory of Nunavut. Since then, News/North has evolved into two separate publications, each serving its respective territory. In addition, the Yellowknifer, Deh Cho Drum, Inuvik Drum and Kivalliq News serve regional interests in both territories.