Thursday, November 23, 2017

Arts, Culture & Education

Serving the North

Promoting northern arts and crafts and helping communities The North is full of talented people…people who create art to celebrate the Inuit culture, share their...

Square dance Showdown

Preston Kapakatoak, 15, has performed in competition dancing for much of his youth but it has been over four years since he has tasted...

Enactus uOttawa

Entrepreneurship to empower the North A tourism business run by Inuit youth and a furniture recycling enterprise using wood from the town dump: these are...

Igniting the Fire Within

The Women’s Qulliq Making Program In this modern age, our ancestors’ traditional way of life can seem like a distant place. Many young Inuit such...

Art Therapy Workshop: Learning from each other

To work with and receive direction from Inuit elders and youth of the Kivalliq in preserving Inuit heritage, culture and language is the mandate...

The Reindeer Philosopher: A culture with purpose

I am standing in my mukluks on the frozen and slippery Mackenzie River for an hour, squinting through the viewfinder of my camera into...
N-CAMP Nunavut

Setting our nets: Community-based fisheries monitoring in Nunavut

Alex Flaherty (instructor), Greg Ningeocheak, Rachel Emiktowt, Jake Netser and Troy Netser sample an Arctic char from Quraluk during the Coral Harbour N-CAMP. “Ajungi, you...

Watching history being made

By Nick Newbery May 25, 1993: The big day. Prime Minister Mulroney arrived at the parking lot in the front of Inuksuk High School in...
Canada Arctic Games

Preparing for the Arctic Winter Games

Outlook on Team Nunavik-Québec By Isabelle Dubois In Nunavik, Quebec, like anywhere else in the Arctic, winter games are serious business. Indeed, participation in an international...

The First Talentshow Salluit

Forging a bond between generations By Alan Dicknoether A new bridge capable of spanning the generational divide was built on the night of October 30, in...