Innu


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Innu

1. a member of an Algonquian people living in Labrador and northern Quebec
2. the Algonquian language of this people
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Before Europeans arrivals, the Innu society granted equal status to everyone including men and women.
More than 50 Innu were hired as trainee craftsmen to work on the construction.
IOC's operations on the traditional territory of Uashat Mak Mani-Utenam and their Innu brothers and sisters of Matimekush-Lac John have scarred the land as well as people's lives for more than 60 years now.
Under the life-of-mine agreement, LIM, which is 33%-owned by Anglesey, has agreed to a number of measures for the Nation Innu Matimekush-Lac John of Schefferville, Quebec.
of Bergen, Norway) to talk about his own life, but more importantly about the life and culture of the Innu culture in Labrador, on the east coast of Canada.
Her efforts began in the 1980s, when she helped led protests aimed at putting an end to low-level flying by NATO forces over Innu land.
We've bounced from Esquimaux to Eskimo to Husky to Innuit to Inuits to Innu, all the while having our relations with the federal government managed by a department of Indian Affairs
For centuries, the Innu had occupied the land that was flooded.
The Kanenhi:io Singers, a quartet originating from the cultures of the Innu, Mohawk, Cree and Pottawattom tribes, sang of the earth, the land and good will toward all people.
This paper explores the consequences of internal displacement for the Innu Nation of Labrador.
In an effort to understand the challenges faced by the Innu, the team went out to the community to conduct extensive interviews with leaders, attend meetings and live with an Innu family for three weeks.
The Innu struggle to stop low-level flights over their land, Nitassinan, is a classic example of nonviolent resistance.