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Parents, premier cheer on Nunavut curlers at Arctic Winter Games – Nunatsiaq News

Jan 31, 2023 Games a ‘profound’ experience for Nunavut athletes, Akeeagok says It was a family affair as Team Nunavut entered its second day of competition at the Arctic Winter Games. Both the female and male curling teams battled on the ice against Team Alberta North early Monday morning at MacDonald Island Park in Wood […]

by ahnationtalk on January 31, 20232 Views

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Stéphanie Plante hopes to be ‘champion’ for Inuit at Ottawa city hall – Nunatsiaq News

Jan 31, 2023 New city councillor represents Rideau-Vanier ward, home to many Inuit in Canada’s capital Stéphanie Plante put her stamp on her community even before she was elected to Ottawa city council last October. She’s now the councillor for Rideau-Vanier, a downtown ward home to many Inuit. In 2021, Plante was one of the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 31, 20233 Views

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Qulliq Energy stops short of labelling cyberattack another Nunavut ransomware incident – CBC

Jan 30, 2023 Hack was discovered after employee noticed anomalies with email service The Qulliq Energy Corp. says it was locked out of its data in January’s cyberattack, but stopped short of calling it a ransomware attack. QEC announced last month it fell victim to a cyberattack, which was discovered on Jan. 15. While no operating technology, such as […]

by ahnationtalk on January 30, 20237 Views

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Nunatsiaq News bursaries aim to encourage Inuit writers – Nunatsiaq News

Jan 27, 2023 Two $5,000 awards are available to Inuit postsecondary students in journalism-related programs Nunatsiaq News is in its third year of investing in Inuit journalists. The paper funds two $5,000 bursaries aimed at helping Inuit students study journalism, communications or other related subjects at the post-secondary level. The deadline to apply for the […]

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 202312 Views

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Indigenous youth from across Canada attend clean energy conference in Whitehorse – CBC

Jan 27, 2023 Participants getting close look at Indigenous-led projects Young people from all over the country are in Whitehorse this week to take part in an Indigenous clean energy conference. The youth participants, aged 18 to 30, are visiting the Yukon through a program called Generation Power, which offers career training for young people […]

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 202310 Views

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Iqaluit drummers ready to wow crowds at Arctic Winter Games – Nunatsiaq News

Jan 27, 2023 Inuksuk Drum Dancers to represent Team Nunavut, perform at Cultural Gala When the best amateur athletes from Nunavut and Nunavik gather next week for the Arctic Winter Games, it will be one of the biggest showcases of sports talent in the Arctic regions. It will also shine a spotlight on some of […]

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 20237 Views

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Guardians group plans summit aimed at caribou conservation – Nunatsiaq News

Jan 26, 2023 Caribou Guardians Coalition supports local, regional caribou guardian programs in the North A plan to bolster the dwindling Bathurst caribou herd will be the focus of a summit to be held this spring, the Caribou Guardians Coalition has announced. The coalition, whose membership includes a wide range of groups from Nunavut and […]

by ahnationtalk on January 27, 20237 Views

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Review finds RCMP officers ‘justified’ in shooting Kinngait man – Nunatsiaq News

Jan 25, 2023 Federal prosecution service clears two officers of wrongdoing in October 2021 shooting The Public Prosecution Service of Canada has concluded that two RCMP officers who shot a man in Kinngait during an incident more than a year ago were justified in their actions. Earlier this month, the prosecution service released its review […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 20237 Views

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Bill that would give N.W.T. ombud more reach gains traction – CBC

Jan 26, 2023 Current legislation has gaps that Bill 61 would fix, says N.W.T. ombud A bill that would expand the N.W.T. ombud’s investigative reach is on its way to a final debate after receiving support — and a change — at the committee level this week. The office of the ombud is an independent […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 20236 Views

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Researchers find evidence primates lived in High Arctic 52M years ago – Nunatsiaq News

Jan 25, 2023 Research based on fossils collected from Ellesmere Island in 1970s Fossils collected from Ellesmere Island 50 years ago are now providing the first evidence that primates once lived in the High Arctic. In the 1970s, Mary Dawson, a former curator at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, Pa., travelled to […]

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 20237 Views

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