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“Trapped in a Human Zoo” nominated at the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards

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On Tuesday, January 17, I had the pleasure of attending the Canadian Screen Awards press conference in Montreal. The documentary Trapped in a Human Zoo had been submitted in two categories: Best Science or Nature Documentary and Best Research. That morning I was to find out if we had […]

The team behind the documentary “Trapped in a Human Zoo”

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Well! Today is the day when all of Canada gets to see the documentary Trapped in a Human Zoo when it airs this evening on CBC’s The Nature of Things with David Suzuki. Since last week’s world premiere in Ottawa, and this morning’s interview with Anna Maria Tremonti of CBC’ The Current, I’ve […]

World Premiere of the Documentary “Trapped in a Human Zoo” at Northern Lights 2016

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What a memorable evening it was last Thursday at the world premiere of the documentary Trapped in a Human Zoo: Based on Abraham’s Diary. Held at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, the event was presented by Pix3 Films and the Nunatsiavut government, in collaboration with the Northern Lights 2016 trade show.

“Trapped in a Human Zoo: based on Abraham’s Diary” to premiere on CBC’s The Nature of Things with David Suzuki

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Well! The point of no return has been reached! It is now official, the television premiere of the documentary film Trapped in a Human Zoo: based on Abraham’s Diary will happen on Thursday, February 11, 2016 @ 8 p.m. on CBC’s The Nature of Things with David Suzuki.

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Homecoming: Abraham Ulrikab’s story featured in Inuktitut magazine and on the World Policy Institute’s Blog

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I am very pleased to report that the latest issue of Inuktitut magazine (Spring 2015), which is currently on its way to all Inuit households in Canada, contains an article, entitled Homecoming, about Abraham Ulrikab’s story. The article spans six pages and appears in no less than three […]