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Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | February 7, 2022
Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Marc Miller and Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu, pictured on Jan. 4, 2022, at a Hill press conference, held to provide an update on the negotiations related to compensation and long-term reform of First Nations Child and Family Services concerning the Moushoom and Trout class actions. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | February 7, 2022
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | February 7, 2022
Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Marc Miller and Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu, pictured on Jan. 4, 2022, at a Hill press conference, held to provide an update on the negotiations related to compensation and long-term reform of First Nations Child and Family Services concerning the Moushoom and Trout class actions. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | December 8, 2021
Harvesting country food continues to be a fundamental part of Inuit traditional knowledge, culture, and survival. Veronica Ell likes to dip her fish in salt water when making pipsi at Duke of York Bay, near Coral Harbour, Nunavut. Photograph courtesy of Elsie Harron
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | December 8, 2021
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | December 8, 2021
Harvesting country food continues to be a fundamental part of Inuit traditional knowledge, culture, and survival. Veronica Ell likes to dip her fish in salt water when making pipsi at Duke of York Bay, near Coral Harbour, Nunavut. Photograph courtesy of Elsie Harron
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | November 1, 2021
Shipping as envisioned by most is a large tanker vessel loaded with everything from produce to computers, to vehicles. For Inuit, shipping and, broadly, marine transportation is critical infrastructure. Inuit are a maritime people. We rely on free movement, first and foremost, to eat, since so much of our diet is derived from hunting. Photograph courtesy of NASA
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | November 1, 2021
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | November 1, 2021
Shipping as envisioned by most is a large tanker vessel loaded with everything from produce to computers, to vehicles. For Inuit, shipping and, broadly, marine transportation is critical infrastructure. Inuit are a maritime people. We rely on free movement, first and foremost, to eat, since so much of our diet is derived from hunting. Photograph courtesy of NASA
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | October 4, 2021
The ICC held a 'Virtual Knowledge Exchange' for Arctic suicide prevention workers early in 2021. The organization created a safe space for participants to build on the work already happening in their communities. Photograph courtesy of ICC Canada
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | October 4, 2021
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | October 4, 2021
The ICC held a 'Virtual Knowledge Exchange' for Arctic suicide prevention workers early in 2021. The organization created a safe space for participants to build on the work already happening in their communities. Photograph courtesy of ICC Canada
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | October 9, 2019
Ivujivik, Nunavik is pictured. Unless you live in the Arctic, you probably haven’t heard anything about the region that makes up more than half of Canada’s territory, writes Inuit Circumpolar Council President Monica Ell-Kanayuk. Photograph courtesy of ICC Canada
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | October 9, 2019
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | October 9, 2019
Ivujivik, Nunavik is pictured. Unless you live in the Arctic, you probably haven’t heard anything about the region that makes up more than half of Canada’s territory, writes Inuit Circumpolar Council President Monica Ell-Kanayuk. Photograph courtesy of ICC Canada
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | June 17, 2019
Presidents of the ICC offices, pictured at the 11th Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting held May 6-7, 2019, in Rovaniemi, Finland: Jimmy Stotts (Alaska), left, Monica Ell-Kanayuk (Canada), Hjalmar Dahl (Greenland), and Lubov Taian (Chukotka). Photograph courtesy of Inuit Circumpolar Council (Canada)
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | June 17, 2019
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | June 17, 2019
Presidents of the ICC offices, pictured at the 11th Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting held May 6-7, 2019, in Rovaniemi, Finland: Jimmy Stotts (Alaska), left, Monica Ell-Kanayuk (Canada), Hjalmar Dahl (Greenland), and Lubov Taian (Chukotka). Photograph courtesy of Inuit Circumpolar Council (Canada)
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | January 8, 2019
Inuit Circumpolar Council (Canada) president Monica Ell-Kanayuk, left, and National Inuit Youth Canada president Suwaksiork Ruth Kaviok speak to Environment Minister Catherine McKenna at the COP24 climate change meeting in December in Katowice, Poland. Photograph courtesy of ICC Canada
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | January 8, 2019
Opinion | BY MONICA ELL-KANAYUK | January 8, 2019
Inuit Circumpolar Council (Canada) president Monica Ell-Kanayuk, left, and National Inuit Youth Canada president Suwaksiork Ruth Kaviok speak to Environment Minister Catherine McKenna at the COP24 climate change meeting in December in Katowice, Poland. Photograph courtesy of ICC Canada