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Iqaluit’s Joe Kunuk gets top admin job with ICC-Canada – Nunatsiaq News

January 08, 2019 Veteran civil servant to start Jan. 28 The Canadian wing of the Inuit Circumpolar Council has a new executive director: Joe Adla Kunuk, a veteran administrator with many years of service at public governments and Inuit organizations. Kunuk will step in to the top administrative role at ICC-Canada on Jan. 28. He […]

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Applications open for Students on Ice Arctic expedition – Nunatsiaq News

7 January, 2019 “Students learn through the lens of science, art, history, policy and culture” Hungry for glacial adventure and a snowy summer tour? That could be just an application form away. Students on Ice is looking for high school and post-secondary students from across the Arctic and around the world to apply for its […]

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Canada has a new Inuk senator – Nunatsiaq News

7 January, 2019 Inuvialuk Margaret Dawn Anderson appointed to the Senate on Dec. 12 The Senate of Canada once again has an Inuk member, with the recent appointment of a Northwest Territories public servant to its ranks. Margaret Dawn Anderson, who is Inuvialuk, was one of four new and independent Senators appointed last month, the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 7, 201920 Views

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Over the past year, Nunavut grew by nearly 1,000 people, StatCan says – Nunatsiaq News

7 January, 2019 Agency estimates territory’s population at 38,650 As 2019 gets underway, Nunavut’s population estimate continues to close in on the 40,000 mark, Statistics Canada reported late last month. In a population estimate released on Dec. 20, the agency reported that as of Sept. 30, the territory’s population had hit 38,650. That’s an increase […]

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‘Native Land’ Map Helps You Recognize Which Indigenous Territory You Live On – HuffPost Canada

“It helps plant a seed that there’s people here before you, these are the lands that they’re on, and they’re still here.” @What traditional territory is your city on? Are you on unceded xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) territory? The territory of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca and Mississaugas of […]

by ahnationtalk on January 7, 201916 Views

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Make ‘em laugh! Comedy fest raises nearly $7,000 for Nunavut help line – Nunatsiaq News

4 January, 2019 First Air, Alterna Savings Crackup team up to help Kamatsiaqtut The First Air Arctic Comedy festival, held in Iqaluit this past October, raised over $6,700 for the Nunavut Kamatsiaqtut Help Line, the volunteer organization said on Monday. Those funds came from ticket proceeds, silent auctions and ticket draws during the three-day comedy […]

by ahnationtalk on January 4, 201919 Views

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New jail for women in Fort Smith to have higher security rating, segregation – CBC

Critics question the need for a more secure facility Jan 04, 2019 The jail for women in Fort Smith, N.W.T. doesn’t look much like a jail. The women’s unit of the Fort Smith Correctional Complex consists of two, nondescript houses in a residential area. Those houses are not surrounded by a fence. There is no […]

by ahnationtalk on January 4, 201918 Views

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UN names 2019 as international year of Indigenous languages – Nunatsiaq News

3 January, 2019 “Despite their immense value, languages around the world continue to disappear at an alarming rate” The United Nations has named 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages. The UN typically observes a different topic each year to raise awareness about issues that have an international impact. In this case, 2019 sets […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201915 Views

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2018 was a year of upheaval in Iqaluit – Nunatsiaq News

2 January, 2019 Nunavut’s capital rocked by major fires, a big wind storm and a jail riot Iqaluit saw its share of drama in 2018. That includes a big fire that nearly burned down the Nunavut capital’s largest grocery store, a wind storm that ripped the roofs off buildings, and a jail riot that led […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201916 Views

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2018 was a promising year for Yukon’s mining sector – CBC

‘There’s mines being built, and the next mines being found,’ says territory’s mines minister Jan 03, 2019 Despite the closure of its last operational hard-rock mine in October, early indicators suggest 2018 was a promising year for Yukon’s mining sector. The prospect of three new mines on the not-so-distant horizon has attracted some of the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 3, 201918 Views

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