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Host of The People Speak Inuit, Rosie Albert is providing news in the beginning then in between speakers, followed by John Ruben who is telling old time stories. (The audio is very bad and cuts in and out when John is speaking). Allen Soosuk is…
Radio host Rosie Albert is hosting the The People Speak Inuit Program that includes guest speakers John Ruben and Allan Soosuk.
Host Bob Sharpel interviews Inuvik biologist Lorraine Alison regarding concerns about the Government sponsored oil spill experiment .
Host of A Native Voice Victor Allen is speaking to and encouraging the people about the importance of meeting attendance, becoming informed, and expressing concerns in matters concerning Inuvialuit and Gwich'in livelihood, in light of oil and gas…
Radio Host Ishmael Alunik interviews Bertha Ruben about being the Northern Games Good Woman Contest winner
Alice Agnaoyak is storytelling of when she was a small child, of always going out hunting with her father, of hunting stories and more. Part 1. To be continued.
Alice Agnaoyak is continuing her stories of when she was a small child, of traveling with her parents with their sled dogs, then with a rowboat in the summer, then adding sails if there was wind, and more. Part 2. To be continued.
Alice Agnaoyak is continuing her stories of her younger days of polar bear hunting with her parents and her husband, of an airplane story, of food poisoning resulting in illnesses and deaths, and more. Part 3. To be continued.
Alice Agnaoyak is telling stories of she and her husband’s trapping and traveling days when the Dewline first started up, of polar bear encounter stories, caribou hunting stories, many travels and much more. Part 4. To be continued.
Alice Agnaoyak is reminiscing of the fun nomadic lifestyle they used to live long ago that included a lot of traveling out on the land and camping compared to nowadays, where she says they just stay inside sitting in the houses with little to do and…
Alice Agnaoyak is continuing her life stories of their travels, of where they lived, of various families and more. Part 6. 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 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 completing her final life story of their nomadic lifestyle when she was young, of being very fearful when she first saw people drinking alcohol, of when the Dewline was first starting up, and more. Final, Part 9.
Saturday Inuit Show host Rosie Albert provides regional news with various Elders sending greetings and speaking to family and friends, and Sam Raddi giving travel and meeting updates. Kenneth Peeleelook shares his memories of his trip and he and…
Cathy Cockney interviews George Kalousak about his family genealogy with help from interpreter Rosie Archie followed by Elijah Harley’s genealogy interview also with Rosie Archie’s help.
Cathy Cockney interviews Joe Roy Illasiak about his family genealogy.
Frank Cockney is speaking with unidentified interviewer about his lifestyle long ago from his younger days followed by Andy Cockney who also shares personal lifestories from his younger days. Another unidentified speaker occasionally adds to the…
Frank Cockney is storytelling of when his grandmother, his father in law, then mother in law passed away, of his grandfather's independence, of he and his wife’s and many other’s registered traplines, of living a worry free healthy traditional…
Frank Cockney is storytelling of when his late famoun grandfather who had many friends and who was not well but stlll very fit and wanted to go mining, so he, his grandfather, Tom Elanik, Harry, Abe Auktalik Okpik, Owen , his grandfather, left…
Aklavik, N.T. Elder Tom Elanik is storytelling about when he and some of his relatives were on a mining trip when one of the men suddenly passed away.
Shirley Elias interviews Agnes Goose about her family, their travels, and lifestyle long ago as well as historical stories from the past.
Persis Gruben is telling her life stories of her birth place, of their travels with her parents, of when her mom got sick, of the Eastern Inuit (Qangmalit) visiting: who had different clothing and a different language and who practised shamanism, of…
Persis Gruben is sharing stories of the many changes she has witnessed in her life such as living a nomadic lifestyle out on the land to community permanent living, prior to European contact such as: the fast skidoos, of languages, of the… Hunt Photos/Dr. D.E. Hunt photos - Inuvik 1968-69 125.jpg
A graveyard in Paulatuk.
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