Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Technology helping to create wellness

A Nunavut submission to the Canadian Smart Cities Challenge has won $10M. Pinnguaq will use the funds to create Makerspace hubs across...

Volunteer aviator receives award

Johnny May received the Sovereign’s Medal Award from Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, during a ceremony...

Education, food security and artisan programs benefit from Arctic Inspiration Prizes

Five teams from across Canada’s North were awarded a share of over $2.5 million for their innovative projects to improve the quality...

Tasiujaq mushers win annual race again

The 18th Annual Ivakkak dog race returned to Nunavik trails February 25, 2019 beginning in the community of Chisasibi, passing through Kuujjuaraapik...

Inuit pass Self-Determination resolution

Inuit delegates attending the Makivik Corporation Annual General Meeting in Aupaluk, Nunavik, in March, passed a resolution supporting negotiations towards long sought-after...

Record score achieved at ice carving contest

A Canadian team of two brothers set a record score to win the seventh annual De Beers Inspired Ice International Ice Carving...

Exploring new technology on Devon Island

Imagine driving your ATV wearing a space suit! And what are you doing decked out in this outer space garb? Looking for...

Prize will help research in the Arctic

The winner of this year’s Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Northern Research from the W. Garfield Weston Foundation is Dr....

Awards recognize Arctic research

The Nunavik Research Centre (NRC) is the recipient of the 2018 Northern Science Award, recognizing its significant contribution to knowledge and understanding...

Canada Goose partners with Inuit seamstresses to make original parkas

Canada Goose was born in the North and for generations has been inspired by its people, communities and landscapes. To celebrate Inuit...