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2 Inuit artists share 2018 Nunavut Commissioner’s Arts Award – CBC

Susan Avinngaq of Igloolik and Jaco Ishulutaq of Pangnirtung will each receive a cash prize of $5,000 May 02, 2019 Susan Avinngaq of Igloolik and Jaco Ishulutaq from Pangnirtung are the winners of the 2018 Nunavut Commissioner’s Arts Award. Both artists will receive a $5,000 cash prize and a certificate of recognition of their outstanding […]

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A tiny home solution to a big housing problem in this N.W.T. community – CBC

May 02, 2019 Jean Marie River First Nation has reopened sawmill, wants to build tiny homes to help with housing shortage Jean Marie River Chief Stan Sanguez says the newly reopened sawmill in his community holds the solution to its housing shortage — tiny homes built with local lumber. “I prefer that we don’t have […]

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Cruise ship that grounded in Nunavut “sustained major hull damage”: TSB update – Nunatsiaq News

2 May, 2019 Akademik Ioffe released 80 litres of fuel oil after grounding near Kugaaruk A small amount of fuel spilled when the Akademik Ioffe cruise ship grounded near Kugaaruk last August, according to the Transportation Safety Board. That’s at odds with the cruise ship’s owner’s earlier reports, which claimed that no fuel spill took […]

by ahnationtalk on May 2, 20198 Views

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Nunavut, N.W.T. team up on joint caribou management – Nunatsiaq News

1 May, 2019 “It’s important because these are cross-border caribou herds” The governments of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut are working on a new agreement to better manage the Bluenose East and Bathurst caribou herds. “It’s important because these are cross-border caribou herds,” said Nunavut Premier Joe Savikataaq. The consensus to move ahead on jointly […]

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Serial killers hunting large swaths of Canada: criminologist – APTN News

May 1, 2019 From the west coast to the Golden Horseshoe surrounding Toronto, there is evidence to suggest serial killers are hunting and disproportionately, Indigenous women and girls are their prey. And those serial killers likely number far more than the average person imagines. That’s according to Michael Arntfield, a Western University criminologist and serial […]

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RCMP historical missing and murdered persons unit not staffed – CBC

May 02, 2019 One year after the N.W.T. Department of Justice funded a two-person unit to investigate historical missing and murdered persons cases, the unit is not staffed. The territorial budget allocated $304,000 last spring to the cold case unit, but Northwest Territories RCMP are still hiring and transferring staff, stated RCMP spokesperson Marie York-Condon […]

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Bill to protect ANWR passes early hurdle in Washington – CBC

Democrat-controlled committee approves bill, sending it to House for possible vote May 02, 2019 Gwich’in leaders say they’re hopeful after a U.S. bill to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) passed an early hurdle in Washington. The Arctic Cultural and Coastal Plain Protection Act was approved Wednesday by the Democrat-controlled House Committee on Natural […]

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Former N.W.T. government workers continue to get contracts without competing for them – CBC

Former bureaucrats win sole-source contracts, gov’t cites previous experience as among reasons why May 01, 2019 Working for the Northwest Territories government continues to be profitable for some senior bureaucrats after they leave government. A group of former employees of the territorial government continues to win government contracts without even having to compete for them, […]

by ahnationtalk on May 1, 201919 Views

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Igloolik singer-songwriter Angela Amarualik opens for Hannah Georgas in Iqaluit – Nunatsiaq News

30 April, 2019 Amarualik nominated for three Indigenous Music Awards this year Angela Amarualik says it took her one year to write her first song when she was 16 years old. “That’s how bad I wanted to become a songwriter,” she said. Now 20, the Igloolik singer-songwriter was the opening act for Juno-nominated Vancouver pop-rock […]

by ahnationtalk on April 30, 201922 Views

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Nunavut Arctic College – Congratulations to Emily Angulalik for promoting Inuit Languages! – Education News Canada

Last week, Emily Angulalik, instructor at Nunavut Arctic College received an Award at the Language and Culture conference in Iqaluit for her contribution and promotion of Inuit Languages to her fellow Nunavummiut. Emily is originally from a tiny outpost camp on the Queen Maud Gulf, called Perry River which is 109 Southwest of Cambridge Bay. […]

by ahnationtalk on April 30, 201925 Views

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