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Many stories have been written about how Inuit families were relocated to the High Arctic. The one most written about is economic opportunity. The other is sovereignty.  The writers are always careful to use the word “claims” when they’re talking about sovereignty, as if to make our claims untrue. The story is long, complicated, and documented by various groups, besides the official records. It has been told from so many angles and moods, from social and political perspectives. I will tell you the story of my family’s relocation from personal experience.

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Acadian Driftwood

Acadian Driftwood

One Family and the Great Expulsion
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Cataline

Cataline

Uncovering the Life of BC's Legendary Packer
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Mahler's Forgotten Conductor

Heinz Unger and His Search for Musical Meaning, 1895-1965
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The Audacity of His Enterprise

The Audacity of His Enterprise

Louis Riel and the Métis Nation That Canada Never Was, 1840-1875
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