The TB rate is 185 times higher for Inuit than for others.
The startling incidence of tuberculosis among the native population—especially the Inuit—of Canada, one of the world’s most affluent countries, is the product of a long and continuing history of injustice: here.
Canada’s native peoples protest chronic poverty and government attacks: here.
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- Inuit students parody pop song to expand their language (cbc.ca)
- NEWS: New national Inuit leader Audla assembles his to-do list (nunatsiaqonline.ca)
- NEWS: Inuit want “immediate action” on climate change: ICC (nunatsiaqonline.ca)
- NEWS: Heritage Canada recognizes Inuit co-op movement (nunatsiaqonline.ca)
- Inuit Youth Hip Hop Dancing for Life (Video) (blogs.psychcentral.com)
- Building The Inukshuk In The Ice… (mysmallpotatoes.com)
- Entrenched in tradition, Inuit men grapple with widening gender gap in Nunavut’s workforce (news.nationalpost.com)
- Bred to survive, Canada’s iconic sled dogs face their greatest threat (theglobeandmail.com)
- Architect chosen for Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Inuit Art Centre (cbc.ca)