Foreign Interference in Canada: What we learned from NSICOP
Foreign Interference in Canada: What we learned from NSICOP
Sorry, NATO, but Justin Trudeau will never take defence seriously. We need a new government for that: Richard Shimooka in the Hub

Orca calf stranded in Canadian lagoon for more than a month swims out [Video]

Categories
First Nations News

Around 2:30 a.m. the approximately 2-year-old orca named Kʷiisaḥiʔis swam past the sand bar her mother died on and out of Little Espinosa Inlet.

Around 2:30 a.m. the approximately 2-year-old orca named Kʷiisaḥiʔis swam past the sand bar her mother died on and out of Little Espinosa Inlet

“After an evening of feeding her, the team … [was] treated to a long night of kʷiisaḥiʔis breaching and playing at the end of the lagoon near the causeway bridge,” the Ehattesaht First Nation posted on TikTok. “And after most everyone had left to get some sleep, the small group who remained stood as witnesses to watch her swim under the bridge and down the inlet.”

A team later found Kʷiisaḥiʔis in Espinosa Inlet with the hope she would continue west to open ocean. Kʷiisaḥiʔis translates roughly to mean “brave little hunter.”

The 2-year-old calf has been alone in Little Espinosa Inlet after its pregnant …

Not a single Canadian economist who specializes in the Arctic? MLI in Parliament
Not a single Canadian economist who specializes in the Arctic? MLI in Parliament
Cultivating growth – The business savvy and policies today’s farmers need to thrive: Kristjan Hebert for Inside Policy