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Hungry Days in Nunavut: The Façade of Inuit Self-Determination

On the surface, Inuit in Nunavut are portrayed to have successfully achieved self-determination. However, Kunuk Inutiq argues the assumption that the public government is a form of self-determination is a facade. In this brief scrutinizes this facade and who it benefits in Nunavut.

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The Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation: A Critical Analysis

As the dust continues to settle on the inaugural term of the United Conservative Government, many groups within the private, public and Indigenous sectors are grasping the full scope of ongoing and future harm. This briefs offers an analysis of the Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation (AIOC), which was hailed as a “game changer” to allow First Nations in Alberta to participate in self-determination.

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Preface from Land Back

This is the preface to Yellowhead Institute’s Red Paper, Land Back. The project of land back is about reclaiming Indigenous jurisdiction: breathing life into rights and responsibilities. Our Red Paper is about how Canada dispossesses Indigenous peoples from the land, and in turn, what communities are doing to get it back.