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NEWS — Ezhibiigaadek asin project team visits Peterborough Petroglyphs; other plans moving forward

With complications related to funding transfers and ethics board approvals now behind them, the Ezhibiigaadek asin project has leapt forward over the last few months. More >

BLOG — Appropriation (?) of the Month: Ilanaaq – Logo for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

Laura Skorodenski explores the issues related to the "Ilanaaq" logo of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, highlighting this missed opportunity to share the richness and complexity of the inuksuk and its relationship with Inuit culture. More > 

NEWS — New Treaty Relations Report Now Online

This case study, developed by Michael Asch, looks at the potential of historical treaty relationships in Canada for the resolution of contemporary Indigenous-settler issues. More >

PODCAST — IPinCH Conversations / Michael Asch on Treaty Relations

In this episode, Michael Asch discusses his IPinCH-supported case study, which looks at historical treaty relationships as a potential tool for resolving current issues between Indigenous groups and settlers. More > 

BLOG —Why Heritage is Not Just About “Things”

Read the script for George's TEDx Yellowknife talk, held in September in conjunction with Itaa Yati: A Symposium on Traditional Knowledge. More >

NEWS — An Open Letter on Grace Islet to the Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations and the Director of the Archaeology Branch, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts

Members of IPinCH recently shared their concerns about an unfolding conflict over private residential development on Grace Islet, located on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia (Canada). More > 

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