INUIT

Language revival

How Indigenous languages helped transmit secrets during WWII

We spoke to the last of the living Mohawk code talkers.
Kelly Boutsalis
11.15.18
Language renewal

Indigenous languages are coming back from the brink

Across Canada, people are learning the language of their ancestors and turning around and teaching others.
Kelly Boutsalis
11.12.18
climate

Father killed trying to protect his children from a polar bear​

Family member accuses tourism company of making bears more dangerous.
Hilary Beaumont
7.5.18
Culture

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.
Luke Ottenhof
6.14.18
climate change

These are the most extreme effects of climate change people are seeing in the Arctic

As world leaders meet for COP23 climate summit, Inuit are seeing the sun rise in the wrong place
Hilary Beaumont
11.7.17
crime

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.
Brigitte Noël
9.8.17
Canada 150

#Resistance150: Canada Day isn’t a celebration for Indigenous people

"We’re saying you can’t do this to us anymore, your celebration stinks, it’s built on genocide."
Jasmine Kabatay
6.29.17
Features

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.
Luke Ottenhof
6.20.17
Indigenous

Canada's new wave of Indigenous politicians are already making their mark

A rise of grassroots activism has propelled a new generation of Indigenous politicians onto the political scene, and it’s already delivering results
Rhiannon Johnson
5.24.17
Cigarettes

Canadians are smoking less than they used to

New StatsCan data shows that the number of Canadians who smoke has dramatically declined in the last five decades
Vanmala Subramaniam
2.15.17
Stuff

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.
VICE Staff
12.8.16
News

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.
VICE Staff
11.21.16
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