This Generation of Inuit Artists Is Breaking New Gallery Ground
‘Tunirrusiangit’ marks the first time the AGO’s largest space will exhibit Inuit art—a moment two celebrated artists did not live to see.
Police Investigations Criticized in Deaths of Two Inuit Women in Montreal
Advocates fear the apparent suicides were investigated hastily, and that some key details point to foul play.
Aakuluk Music Is Raising Up Voices in the North
The record label sees an opportunity to build an infrastructure that musicians in southern Ontario would take for granted.
Thomas Morton Thinks We're All Bags of Filth
On an all new episode of 'BALLS DEEP' the VICELAND host attends an autopsy to find out what happens to your body after you die.
The Arctic Is Melting and Little Is Being Done to Stop It
For the 60,000 Inuit people living there, the climate apocalypse is all too real.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
Eight out of ten Trump supporters think paying taxes is a civic duty, a judge dismisses a lawsuit over police tactics in Ferguson, the NRA responds to the Kardashian robbery with sarcastic tweets, and more.
The Quiet Pride of Queer and Trans Inuit in Canada’s Far North
We spoke to one of the filmmakers behind 'Two Soft Things, Two Hard Things' about Iqaluit's LGBT community and its struggle to define itself.
How One Inuit Woman Is Fighting Back Against the Animal Rights War on the Seal Hunt
A new film points out the irony of progressives attacking a long-standing Indigenous practice.
The Little-Known History of How the Canadian Government Made Inuit Wear ‘Eskimo Tags’
For decades, Inuit had to wear numbered identification tags around their necks because white people couldn't pronounce their names.
What Do Prominent Indigenous People Want From the Next Prime Minister?
We spoke to artists, community leaders, academics and writers about the issues that really matter.
Nunavut Teens’ Dream Mural Project in Toronto Saved at the 11th Hour
"These kids deserve to be front and centre and not tucked away with their artwork and their story out of sight and out of mind to Torontonians and Canada like they have been until now."
Remote Inuit Community Takes on Canada and Big Oil in Court Over Seismic Surveying
Seismic surveying is globally controversial technique as the blasts have the potential to kill animals at close range, disable animals or alter migration patterns.