Old Crow. In DePth.

Stories from the Yukon’s Vuntut Gwitchin community.

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‘Our language is our life’: Revitalizing Gwich’in in Old Crow

By Clare Duncan

Only 30 people speak Gwich’in in the Yukon’s northernmost community. But the Vuntut Gwitchin have a plan to change that.

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Unearthing the Ice Age: A tradition of collaboration moves science forward

By Sarah Williscraft

The Vuntut Gwitchin work alongside researchers to create a space for mutual respect and understanding.



Living off the land: what the Porcupine caribou mean to the Vuntut Gwitchin

By Sarah Sibley

For the first time in three years, the Porcupine caribou are back in Old Crow. What happens if they don’t return again?


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Inside the Tl’oo K’at fish camp

By Meral Jamal

This camp teaches Old Crow’s kids much more than just salmon fishing.

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