INUIT

Documentary

In the Canadian Arctic, Dance is a Matter of Life and Death

An annual teen dance competition combats the province’s staggering suicide rate.
Abby Ronner
7.13.17
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 Climate Apocalypse Has Already Arrived for People Living in the Arctic

The 60,000 Inuit people living in 53 communities throughout the Arctic are already seeing immediate concerns.
VICE Staff
11.21.16
News

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.
VICE Staff
10.4.16
Art

A Paddleboarding Muralist Painted a Warning on a Melting Iceberg

As a message about the people most affected by glacial melting, paddleboarding artist Hula heads to the Canadian arctic.
Nathaniel Ainley
10.1.16
Film

The Filmmaker Fighting Against the Animal Rights War on Seal Hunting

A new documentary, 'Angry Inuk,' points out the irony of progressives attacking a long-standing Indigenous practice.
Jake Kivanc
5.9.16
Stuff

Canada Is Losing Its Last Reindeer Herder

As indigenous reindeer herders die out, filling their shoes will be increasingly difficult, putting Canada's Inuit people at risk.
Savannah Scott
5.3.16
daily vice

Thomas Morton Shares the Language of Alaska Natives on Today's 'Daily VICE'

Then Motherboard tells us why tourists are facing extreme weather conditions to visit a military plane wreck in Iceland, and MUNCHIES explains how chef John Besh is helping aspiring chefs in New Orleans.
VICE Staff
4.21.16
Stuff

​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, mainly because white administrators couldn't pronounce their names.
Natasha MacDonald-Dupuis
12.16.15
News

The ​Remote Inuit Community That Is Taking Canada and Big Oil to Court Over Seismic Surveying

Seismic surveying is a globally controversial technique, as the blasts have the potential to kill or disable animals at close range and alter migration patterns.
E.K. Hudson
4.20.15
VICE Canada Reports

Prohibition in Northern Canada

Alcohol is strictly regulated and widely prohibited in Canada's youngest territory. We went there to explore the issue of prohibition and whether it's healing or adding to the territory's social crises.
Raf Katigbak
12.22.14
The Profiles Issue

Why Are So Many Aboriginal Women Being Murdered in Canada?

And what is the government going to do about it?
Grace Wyler
5.29.14
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