Today in History

Today in History for July 14: In 1978, the Inuit agreed to take 95,000 square kilometres of the western Arctic and $45 million in return for renouncing all claims to about 500,000 square kilometres, including the resource-rich Mackenzie River Delta. In 2021, Chiefs in Manitoba re-elected Arlen Dumas as the head of the organization representing First Nations in the province. The Cree leader beat out Sheila North, a former grand chief of the large First Nations group MKO. Dumas was first elected as grand chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs in 2017. Today in History for July 15: In 2021, the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission identified up to 6,000 missing children. The researcher who used ground-penetrating radar to find what are believed to be the…

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