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Nunavut airline struggles with weather, staffing changes – Nunatsiaq News

July 13, 2015 “It’s not been a great week for travel into Iqaluit, that’s for sure” Bad weather, runway construction and staffing changes all added up to a challenging few days for First Air last week. But the airline’s vice president of commercial affairs, Bert van der Stege, said late Friday afternoon, July 10, that […]

by ahnationtalk on July 13, 2015295 Views

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Nunavut performer combines two cultures on debut release – Nunatsiaq News

July 10, 2015 “Growing up I didn’t really identify as anything” Growing up in Rankin Inlet with mixed Inuit and Irish ancestry, musician Kathleen Ivaluarjuk Merritt found herself belonging to two cultures without wanting to belong to either. That’s because at times Merritt didn’t feel Inuk enough, and at other times she didn’t feel her […]

by ahnationtalk on July 13, 2015243 Views

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Victoria Island, Nunavut, impact crater lures scientists, astronauts – CBC

Study of crater could improve understanding of geology on Mars Jul 10, 2015 Scientists are hoping a detailed investigation of the Tunnunik impact crater — a 45-kilometre-wide rock-covered depression on the High Arctic’s Victoria Island — can help explain how the planetary-like landscape was formed. “We know it’s somewhere between 350 million years old and […]

by ahnationtalk on July 10, 2015214 Views

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Land claim negotiator returns north for Nunavut Day – Nunatsiaq News

July 10, 2015 Rain in the capital sent revellers indoors to celebrate territory’s 16th birthday Iqalungmiut ran for cover this Nunavut Day. On the territory’s 22nd Nunavut Day, the rain forced hordes of people inside Inuksuk High School for festivities in Iqaluit July 9. “Although the weather is not co-operating, our cheer and happiness is. […]

by ahnationtalk on July 10, 2015262 Views

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Educators in the Northwest Territories want to see more Indigenous teachers – APTN

July 9, 2015 YELLOWKNIFE – An educator in the Northwest Territories says the territory and schools must do more to attract and develop Aboriginal teachers. Denise Kurszewski, a Nihtat Gwich’in, has been teaching in the north for 30 years. She’s the Superintendent of Schools in the Beaufort Delta Region and has an impressive list of […]

by ahnationtalk on July 10, 2015197 Views

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Mining company sheds portion of Nunavut gold mine, for now – Nunatsiaq News

Sabina simplifies its project to simplify the regulatory process July 08, 2015 On the heels of what they described as a “very compelling” feasibility study for the Back River gold project in western Nunavut, Sabina Gold and Silver Corp. says it hopes to have a final environmental impact study done by this November. That, along […]

by ahnationtalk on July 9, 2015263 Views

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Ottawa funding preserves internet for 25 Nunavut communities – Nunatsiaq News

July 08, 2015 Qiniq operator promises faster packages by March 31, 2016 Thanks to $35-million in Industry Canada funding over the next five years, Nunavut consumers of SSI Micro’s Qiniq internet service can look forward to better services by March 31, 2016, the company said July 7. “This is enhancing broadband. We are really quadrupling […]

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 2015268 Views

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Friendship Centres to ensure Aboriginal youth receive postsecondary education funding – NORJ

July 6, 2015 “Education got us into this mess, and education will get us out of it,” stated Chief Wilton Littlechild, a member of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), during its closing ceremonies last month. That’s the spirit behind a new partnership intent on ensuring roughly 200,000 Aboriginal children in Canada no longer go […]

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 2015230 Views

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No fraud at Salt River First Nation, RCMP conclude – CBC

Jul 07, 2015 ‘None of the allegations warranted criminal charges,’ police say N.W.T. RCMP say no charges will be laid following a year-long fraud investigation in relation to the Salt River First Nation. The investigation began after a complaint of “financial irregularities” within the First Nation was reported to Fort Smith RCMP in June of […]

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 2015257 Views

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The cupboard is empty’: Firefighters stretched thin as drought consumes western Canada – NORJ

July 6, 2015 “No one is at rest at this time.” That’s the general situation for firefighters across western Canada right now, according to Frank Lepine, director of forest management for NWT’s Environment and Natural Resources (ENR), and certainly true of the Northwest Territories, where all 28 five-person crews are engaged along with an additional […]

by ahnationtalk on July 8, 2015298 Views

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