Labrador Institute publishes children's book on dog safety, April 3

'Indspiring' youth
A Q&A with alumnus and Indspire Youth Laureate Thomas Dymond
, March 29

Two-eyed seeing
Aboriginal Health Initiative links Innu and Western medicineState of knowledge
, March 28

State of knowledge
James P. Howley's 1915 book on Beothuk a product of era and author
, March 27

Temperature check
Investigating how climate change is impacting Labrador's salmon rivers
, March 24

Kelly Anne Butler
A Q&A with Grenfell Campus's Aboriginal student affairs officer
, March 23

Landmark achievement
Hundreds of Innu place names in Labrador awarded legal status
, March 22

Cultural destination
Mi'kmaq community developing social enterprise tourism
, March 21

Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo
Northern-led leadership in higher education
, March 20

Celebratory practices
Powwow aerobics, drum circles and more for Aboriginal Peoples Week
, March 16

Building Reconciliation
A Q&A with Dr. Sheila Cote-Meek about racism, trauma and post-secondary education
, March 16

Aboriginal Peoples Week
Events seek to engage the university community in building reconciliation
, March 16

Indigenizing the academy
Indigenization and decolonization in post-secondary education
, January 6



Nobel of the North
Dr. Trevor Bell named Arctic Inspiration Prize Laureate for 'Smart' research
, December 9

A sense of optimism
Ways for universities and Indigenous communities to work together
, December 8

Inclusion report
Memorial releases report on Aboriginal student experience
, December 5

Wild Archaeology
Archaeologists featured in Aboriginal Peoples Television Network series
, November 14

Northern ambassador
Memorial-led research shortlisted for $1-million Arctic Inspiration Prize
, November 8

Arctic outpost
Memorial's most northern employee monitors ice for safe travel
, November 4

Fostering dialogue
Bringing together perspectives on industry's social licence to operate
, October 7

Wrestling for wellness
A research project in Conne River takes on a life of its own
, October 7

Taking centre stage
Memorial, Nunatsiavut highlight Inuit traditions over four days
, October 5

PhD pathway
New pathway to increase Aboriginal student participation
, September 29

Emotion and intellect
Blanket exercise brings Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal history to life
, September 22

New Awareness
First International Indigenous Intern Named by Labrador Institute
, September 13

Cultural Connections
Memorial, Nunatsiavut Government to host Inuit Studies Conference
, September 9

Director appointed
Dr. Ashlee Cunsolo appointed director of the Labrador Institute
, August 15

OP-ED: Dr. Carol Lynne D'Arcangelis
Towards A Just Inquiry Into Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women And Girls
, August 10

Creative Solutions
Using art to improve HIV/AIDS education, prevention programming
, July 25

National Recognition
Professor emeritus celebrated for Aboriginal languages contribution
, June 22

Partnership promotion
New website focuses on Labrador Inuit cultural research
, May 19

International Indigenous internship
New opportunity for Labrador graduates
, May 4

Big Land, big funding
Federal investment for the Labrador Institute increases economic development opportunities
, April 22

OP-ED: Dr. Trevor Bell
The Muskrat Falls Project
, April 18

Banking on Brighter Futures
Financial institutions may need to adapt their approach to Aboriginal entrepreneurs, researchers say
, April 5

Committed to Aboriginal students
New President's Advisory Committee on Aboriginal Affairs
, April 1

'Mobilizing knowledge'
Aboriginal and Indigenous Studies Certificate reflects national movement,
April 1

A place for all
Memorial plans for Aboriginal House on St. John's campus
, March 31 

'Root causes'
Medicine faculty member leading Aboriginal healing on the land
, March 30 

OP-ED: Dr. Carrie Dyck and Amos Key
Memorial Linguist and Faithkeeper from Mohawk Turtle Clan Say Canadians Have Obligation to Support Indigenous Languages
, March 29

Northern links
Nunavut Coastal Resource Inventory, Marine Institute develop partnership
, March 24

Teachable moments
Channelling discomfort into learning with Canadian children's literature
, March 24

Paddling the North
Retracing a Female Adventurer's 1906 Journey of the Northern Labrador Peninsula
, March 24

Cultural Renaissance
New Generation of Aboriginal Peoples Reclaiming Identities: Researcher
, March 23 

Language loss and learning
Memorial linguists dedicated to preservation of Aboriginal languages
, March 22

Accidental Educator
'Think Before Asking Me To Share My Culture'
, March 21

Finding the path
Aboriginal Resource Office tailors programming to suit students' needs
, March 18 

Rich Diversity
A Guide to Aboriginal Peoples of Newfoundland and Labrador
, March 18 

‘Dehumanizing spectacle’
Dark experience of Labrador Inuit family focus of upcoming event
, March 17

Truth and Reconciliation
Aboriginal Peoples Week sessions seek to inform and educate
, March 17

We Are All Connected
The story of the Grenfell Campus Wampum Belt project
, March 16

Sporting Chance
Dual leadership role gives alumnus chance to see student-athletes shine
, March 16

In the Spotlight
Memorial artists and alumni collect ECMA nominations
, Feb. 4

Big Potential
Researchers contribute to Nordic project on Arctic resource extraction
, Jan. 29

Strawberries in the North
Enactus Memorial launches hydroponics program in Labrador
, Jan. 29

On the Northern Track
Ocean conference to focus on changes in circumpolar North
, Jan. 29

'Circle of Conversation'
Memorial-led partnership yields Inuit symposium in Labrador
, Jan. 28 




Aboriginal Affairs

230 Elizabeth Ave, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1B 3X9

Postal Address: P.O. Box 4200, St. John's, NL, CANADA, A1C 5S7

Tel: (709) 864-8000