Inuit infants die at a rate three times higher than babies in the rest of Canada.
That’s according to a new study published January in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, called “Birth outcomes in the Inuit-inhabited areas of Canada”.
The study looked at births in Canada’s four Inuit-inhabited regions – Nunavut, Nunavik ... read more ››
A revived tradition in Quebec’s far north is filling the region’s community freezers and linking its people to a part of their past.
In August, Nunavik hunters brought in a 56-foot (17-metre) bowhead whale along the Hudson Straight coast – the second in what hopes to be an annual sustenance hunt ... read more ››