Thursday, November 14, 2019

IIBA protects important transportation routes

To mark Nunavut Day this year, Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett travelled to Kugluktuk to meet with Nunavut officials...

Small detailed sculptures open new exhibit

Small Worlds: Inuit Miniature Carving is a new exhibit at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG). On view until winter 2020, Small Worlds...

New face of the Franklin Expedition reconstructed

Sir John Franklin’s expedition sailed to the Arctic in 1845, and tragically, the entire 130 expeditionary crew lost their lives in the...

Nunavik Parks celebrates its 15th Anniversary

In January 2004, the Québec government created the Parc national Pinqualuit, the first national park in Nunavik, marking the creation of Nunavik...

Inuit cuisine and culture showcased at annual event

First Air was extremely proud to once again be the official sponsor of ITK’s (Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami) A Taste of the Arctic...

New coin for 20th

The Royal Canadian Mint has created a coin made entirely of gold mined in Nunavut for the territory’s 20th anniversary this year.

Order of Canada recipients honoured

Eva Aariak was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada by Governor General Julie Payette in May. A...

NWT gets funds

The Government of Canada and CanNor is investing $2.7M in nine economic develop­ment projects in the Northwest Territories including tourism, television and...

Filmmaker receives Order of Nunavut

Igloolik filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk has received an Order of Nunavut award. The territory’s highest honour, it is awarded each year to individuals...

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...