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Land, Language and Culture in Denendeh: Making Connections with Dene Nahjo

January 7, 2020

The following is an interview between Hayden King, Executive Director at Yellowhead Institute and Dëneze Nakehk’o, founding member of Dene Nahjo and a Research Fellow with Yellowhead.

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Dene Nahjo kicks off third annual Urban Hide Tanning camp

September 19, 2019

Today is the opening of Dene Nahjo’s third Urban Hide Tanning camp at Somba K'e Park. “We have five wall tents set up right now and a tipi, so they’re for working on the hides because it’s cold,” says Mandee McDonald, Managing Director of Dene Nahjo..." -My Yellowknife Now

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REDress and Perception projects reach Yellowknife

November 7, 2018

The creators of two campaigns channelling art to inspire social change will speak in Yellowknife on Wednesday and Thursday.

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Warble flies, bane of caribou, getting worse – hide tanners

September 20, 2018

Northerners helping at this year’s hide tanning workshop in Yellowknife say evidence of warble fly impact is increasing with climate change.

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Moose hide tanners learn art from elders and each other in Banff residency

September 9, 2018

Students are tanning moose hides this month in the mountain town of Banff, Alta., as part of a new program launched to help the traditional Indigenous practice grow.

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Indigenous guardians reclaim the land

June 20, 2018

Derek Michel lights up a cigarette near his tent on a small island on Christie Bay in the East Arm of Great Slave Lake.

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