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A son of Labrador in Kyoto

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A Labradorian looks back on his home with mixed feelings, and reflects on what Japanese and Newfoundlanders/Labradorians can learn from each other

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Where have all the gardens gone?

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Self-sufficiency used to be not only possible, but important. Maybe it still should be

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Inuit seeking compensation for ‘cultural loss’

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From the CBC: An Inuit man who was born in Labrador is one of 16,000 aboriginal people in a class action lawsuit in Ontario seeking compensation from the federal government for the loss of their language and culture. Rob Lackie was adopted into a non-aboriginal family at the age of four. He said it was always clear to him that he wasn’t the same as his brother and sister. It took years, but eventually he found out he was born in Happy Valley-Goose Bay and his parents were Inuit. For more, visit the link below. Source: CBC

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We do not have the right to remain silent

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Something was forgotten in the recent provincial election…

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Inuit react to rejection of attempt to strike down EU ban

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National Inuit Leader Mary Simon issued the following statement today in reaction to the recent court ruling in Brussels regarding the first of two cases submitted by Inuit seeking to strike down the European Union legislation, and associated regulations, banning the import of seal products into the EU. “Inuit are disappointed that the EU did not see fit to rule on the merits of this case, and have dismissed it, on technical grounds as inadmissible without a hearing. We will continue to review the ruling closely, and will communicate our next steps as to what we intend to do as soon as it is practical. I would also like to point out that we continue to have a second case in front of the court challenging the adequacy of the implementing regulations associated with the ban. We are awaiting judgement in that case.” Meanwhile the Canadian Sealers Association says it…

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An Introduction…

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TheIndependent.ca’s newest columnist introduces himself, and our first aboriginal issues column…

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