Leaders share stores at land claims anniversary event
Bobbi Jo Greenland-Morgan, president of the Gwich'in Tribal Council, said Gwich'in are known as caribou people.
The best of the worst awarded
Gene Jenks proudly held up his "most likely to hit the boards to stop" award during a year-end event for the Inuvik Can't Skate League Friday, April 21.
'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.
Girl Guides teach cool confidence
Kendra Bulldog, a brownie in the Inuvik Girl Guides, stayed up until 10 p.m. at the group's sleepover at the Children First Centre last weekend.
Health fair has fun focus
What it means exactly to promote health and wellness in a one-day fair is difficult to answer.
Swimming great lengths for funds
Tessa Jenks spent almost two hours swimming from one side of the pool to the other 200 times to raise money for the Mackenzie Muskrat Swim Club.
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