torsdag den 24. september 2020
They made a knife from excrement – but it just didn't cut it
Scientists attempting to re-create legend of a blade crafted from faeces by an Inuit man in the 1950s win satirical science priz...
COVID-19 and the decolonization of Indigenous public health
Examples include the Qikiqtani Inuit Association's educational materials, which illustrate hygiene practices, social distanc...
Let there be light, and lots of it
However many words the Inuit have for snow, we should have for morning light. There is a long lag between dawn and sunrise, and ...
Proposed Indigenous names for Edmonton's 12 new wards revealed
"Anirniq" is an Inuit word for breath, the life that is in all things. And "tastawiyiniwak" for the Cree is ...
Theresa May 'cannot support' government's Brexit bill
... to flow freely across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland when the UK leaves the EU's single market and custom...
Boris Johnson, Brexit, and Covid-19 Are Moving Scots Closer to Leaving the UK
Boris Johnson's Policies Have Bolstered Scotland's Nationalists His handling of Covid-19 and Brexit has increased calls ...
Perth men's mental health support group celebrates milestone amid Scotland-wide growth plans
A mental health support group celebrated its third year of helping Perth men at ... “That is our 10-year goal – to get in every ...
Scotland faces double constitutional threat at Holyrood vote
"An SNP that wants to separate Scotland from the UK and a Scottish Tory Party doing Boris Johnson's bidding, whose Brex...