Advocates say action needed now in Montreal to help homeless in wake of Inuk elder’s death.
‘I thought we could do something to honour her’ Ottawa Inuit Children’s centre remembers Annie Pootoogook
Inuit youth centre remembers Annie Pootoogook in Ottawa.
Ottawa police officer facing possible demotion over racist comments was also involved in Pootoogook probe: document
The Ottawa police officer who pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of discreditable conduct for posting racist comments about Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook was also directly in charge of the forensic evidence at the scene where she was found dead
Ottawa police Sgt pleads guilty to two counts of discreditable conduct.
Family in Iqaluit says they’d rather handle problems on their own rather than calling RCMP.
An Ottawa police sergeant is facing two charges of discreditable conduct
The Inuk artist was laid to rest in Cape Dorset, Nunavut Wednesday.
About 100 people attended the memorial for Pootoogook at St. Paul’s Church on Thursday.
Annie Pootoogook’s funeral was much like her art. It was raw, real, emotional and uniquely Inuit.