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Joan Scottie, 'Know-it-all editor should stop preaching to Inuit'

Joan Scottie
Baker Lake
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Know-it-all editor should stop preaching to Inuit


I am so incensed I can't think in English after reading Darrell Greer's editorial comment about Areva's proposed uranium mine west of Baker Lake (Kivalliq News, Feb. 25).

Has Mr. Greer ever heard of cultural values other than his own?… Read more

April 13, 2009

Darrell Greer, 'Company offers brighter future, not land Armageddon'

Company offers brighter future, not land Armageddon
Editorial Comment
Darrell Greer
Kivalliq News - Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Sometimes tough decisions need to be made.

Other times decisions are made to look tougher than they actually are, thanks to the spin put out by groups with a vested interest in the outcome.
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April 13, 2009

Isuma touts plan for high-speed internet

Isuma touts plan for high-speed internet
Nunatsiaq News, Letter to the Editor, December 19, 2008


Joan Scottie's strong letter (NTI, Inuit associations do not serve Inuit, Nunatsiaq News, Nov. 14) expresses the disappointment of many Inuit who feel left out of the decisionmaking process about mining, development and the future of our traditional homeland.… Read more

April 13, 2009

Joan Scottie, 'NTI, Inuit associations do not serve Inuit'

Joan Scottie
Letter to Nunatsiaq News
November 21, 2008
NTI, Inuit associations do not serve Inuit


I would like to make some comments and update some people who wonder about those who have concerns about the negative impacts we may face from proposed uranium mining.
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April 13, 2009