Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Health, arts and recreation groups receive AIP funds

The 2015 Arctic Inspiration Prize (AIP) Awards Ceremony was held at the end of January at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, in conjunction...

Culture and business on display

The Northern lights Business and Cultural Showcase was held at the end of January at Ottawa’s Shaw Centre. It was a chance for all...

CMAPS promotes sealing industry

The federal government will provide $150,000 for the Certification and Market Access Program for Seals (CMAPS) to help promote Nunavut’s seal industry and open...

Caribou action plan in the works

The Sahtu and Wek’eezhii renewable resources boards in the Northwest Territories await a caribou management plan on the Bluenose East caribou to act on...

Dog Derby takes place this month

The annual Canadian Championship dog derby will take place this year from March 25-27, alongside the long John Jamboree in yellowknife, Northwest Territories. A yellowknife...

Tribute to an Explorer’s life

On March 12, 2016, Dr. Fred roots, one of the world’s greatest living explorers, will be recognized by the historic Explorers Club in New...

Polynya area options to be debated

The Inuit Circumpolar Council, office of the Chair and the Inuit Circumpolar Council, Greenland have begun discussions with Inuit stakeholders about the North Water...

Vote calls for unified language system

Dozens of translators and interpreters from all over Canada met in Iqaluit in February for Apqutauvugut, a conference to discuss standards and terminology for...

Training programs available for Nunavut Inuit

Nunavut’s new Inuit training corporation has an official Inuit-language name and a seven-member board of directors, following inaugural meetings held in January. Dubbed the Makigiaqta...

Building resilience to climate change with NC3

Nunavut Climate Change Centre’s new website is coming online in March. It will have plain language content on climate change, including current research from...