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Naujaat, Nunavut, residents celebrate official renaming today – CBC

Jul 02, 2015 Repulse Bay changes its name to Naujaat, Inuktitut for ‘a nesting place for seagulls’ You can now officially strike Repulse Bay off the names of Nunavut hamlets: as of today, the community is officially known as Naujaat, the Inuktitut name for the community. Naujaat is the 10th Nunavut community to revert to […]

by ahnationtalk on July 3, 2015101 Views

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Imperial Oil, ConocoPhillips stop funding Inuvik arts festival – CBC

Jul 02, 2015 Festival organizers say programming will be reduced compared to previous years Oil and gas companies that have halted their N.W.T. exploration plans have stopped funding Inuvik’s Great Northern Arts Festival. Maia Lepage, the festival’s executive director, says ConocoPhillips and Imperial Oil are no longer giving money to the 27-year-old event. “Inuvik has […]

by ahnationtalk on July 2, 2015229 Views

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Mackenzie Basin Board ministers meet for first time in 18 years – Northern Journal

June 30, 2015 Signatories to the Mackenzie River Basin Agreement met for the first time since 1997 last week to review next steps as transboundary water agreements are being finalized by the various jurisdictions. The ministers of the Mackenzie River Basin Board met in Winnipeg last week while there for their annual meeting of Canada’s […]

by ahnationtalk on July 2, 2015146 Views

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Yukon First Nations still considering Bill S-6 lawsuit – CBC

Jun 30, 2015 Council of Yukon First Nations not ruling out legal challenge over federal law Yukon First Nations say they’re still considering whether to launch a legal challenge of Bill S-6. The controversial federal legislation amending the Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment Act was passed earlier this month. First Nations have said it also […]

by ahnationtalk on July 2, 2015169 Views

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International Mining Journal – Nunavut Supplement – Baffinland

June 30th, 2015 A new Nunavut Supplement has just been published by the International Mining Journal, as part of the Mining Journal’s Top Ten Emerging New Mining Frontiers issue. The Supplement was released on Friday, June 26 2015. This will be distributed to the 20,000 global investor readers of the Mining Journal, hosted on the […]

by ahnationtalk on July 2, 2015167 Views

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Dehcho Assembly rejects government land offer – Northern Journal

June 29, 2015 In a unanimous vote last Friday, members of the annual Dehcho Assembly in Fort Simpson decided to reject the GNWT’s unchanging land claim offer and sit tight for what they hope will be a new federal and territorial government this fall. “We had a lot of people comment on where do we […]

by ahnationtalk on June 30, 2015182 Views

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Arctic X Games cancellation won’t leave NWT athletes high and dry: GNWT – Northern Journal

June 29, 2015 NWT officials are ensuring youth who were set to participate in the 2016 Arctic X Games will still have the opportunity to sharpen their skills one way or another, despite Yukon pulling the plug on the multisport event on June 19. Municipal and Community Affairs (MACA) Minister Robert C. McLeod announced last […]

by ahnationtalk on June 30, 2015146 Views

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Nunavut teen from Igloolik wins Alianait battle of the bands – Nunatsiaq News

June 29, 2015 Ricky Immaroitok and Joshua Haulli earn crown in Iqaluit Igloolik’s Joshua Haulli is Alianait’s official band champ for 2015. The 16-year-old and his friend, Ricky Immaroitok, 18, flew from Igloolik on their own dime to win the $1,000 grand prize June 28 under the big top tent in Iqaluit. The Battle of […]

by ahnationtalk on June 30, 2015102 Views

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1st-ever Aboriginal Educators’ Symposium underway in Yellowknife – CBC

Jun 29, 2015 Provincial and territorial Education ministers to talk teacher recruitment, legacy of residential schools Provincial and territorial ministers of education are in Yellowknife today to discuss the strengthening of aboriginal education in Canada, in the first-ever Aboriginal Educators’ Symposium. The symposium, which will last through the week, will focus on teacher recruitment and […]

by ahnationtalk on June 30, 2015151 Views

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Ottawa appoints respected lawyer to the Nunavut bench – Nunatsiaq News

June 29, 2015 Former Crown prosecutor replaces Andrew Mahar, who joins the NWT Supreme Court Paul Bychok, a respected lawyer who recently retired as a Crown prosecutor in Nunavut, will now serve as a judge of the Nunavut Court of Justice. Peter MacKay, the federal justice minister, made the announcement June 26. Bychok fills a […]

by ahnationtalk on June 30, 201599 Views

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