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The photo shows what was used to make the Ulus through the times of the Inuit at the Ulu. Exhibit by University of Alberta Museum.

The photo shows the different kinds of ulus and where they came from on a map at the Ulu exhibit by University of Alberta Museum.

A photo of the Ulu exhibit at the University of Alberta Museum in Edmonton
Frank Cockney is storytelling for future generations to hear. Frank is telling stories about when he started running his business, of the trials and errors of learning how to run a business, of trapping with Eddy, of his previous Heavy Equipment…
Frank Cockney is storytelling of his experiences of when he flew to Edmonton on a D-C3 Plane for heavy equipment training in Leduc joining thirty five other Indigenous people from the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, including his medical and…
Frank Cockney is storytelling of his travels including to Aklavik where alcohol purchases were just opened to Indigenous people after initially only Caucasians were allowed to purchase alcohol from the Liquor store, of hauling stuff for Fred…
Alice Agnaoyak is continuing her life stories as she describes the landscape of where they were living and the challenges of finding wood for heating, of her parents returning from Edmonton, and more. Part 8. To be continued.
Alice Agnaoyak is continuing her life stories of when her mother then her father fell ill and went to Edmonton, of cargo companies arriving, and more. Part 7. To be continued.
Alice Agnaoyak is continuing her life stories of their travels, of where they lived, of various families and more. Part 6. To be continued.
Donald Kaglik is continuing to share stories of his memories of his younger days during the early years of Inuvik starting up in the 1940’s and 1950’s, when workers and families lived in framed tents and 512 homes, of never being short of varied…
Sarah Kuptana continues to share more memories of her younger days of happy times, hard times, fearful times, then suffering with sickness that she did not know was TB (tuberculosis). She shares about how she was eventually transported by boat to…
Kenneth Peeloolook tells of an abundance of wildlife, of good hunting, of a comical hunting story, and of some new trapping experiences in the new land in Canada’s north, final part 10. He then shares a Caucasian legend that he learned from Eric…
Frank Cockney is giving a COPE report about the national meeting he and two others attended in Toronto, Ontario.
Inuit Nipait host Victor Allen is provding local and regional news and encourges Inuvialuit to speak up and make their voices heard at meetings and to attend meetings that pertain to them. He also encourages Inuvialuit to create and translate songs…
Elder Johnny Ruben is storytelling about some Eastern Arctic families migrating west, a fatal illness, hardships, priests, Paulatuk starting up, as well as personal stories of his grandparents, and more. To be continued.
Olga Roland and Madeline Smith speak to family and friends and send greetings on the People Speak Inuit Program
Host of A Native Voice Edward Lennie provides local and regional news then interviews Billy Day on when he and other Elders first started teaching drum dancing, then traveling, and performing drum dances.
Host of A Native Voice Edward Lennie provides local and regional news then Kenneth Peeloolook and Tommy Kalinek talk about their trip and experiences in the South for their drum dance performances.
This is a video of Elder Frank Kudlak talking about his life growing up and living on the land. He tells stories about hunting and trapping and explains how people lived long ago.
A profile of the troubled history of the Charles Camsell Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta where many Inuvialuit were sent for treatment of tuberculosis.
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