Monday, November 12, 2018

Jeunes Karibus

For the second consecutive year, the Jeunes Karibus participants can proudly say “mission accomplished” after crossing over 90 kilometres on skis. From April 14...

Northern Youth Leadership Camp

Deep into a 125-kilometre canoe trip, shrouded by forest fire smoke so thick it made navigating the islands and channels of Great Slave Lake...

Young Leader’s Summit

In the summer of 2015, eight representatives from the three territories gathered together in Yellowknife for the Young Leader’s Summit on Northern Climate Change....

Recognizing youth’s determination to learn

By Nick Newbery When people speak of their school days they often do so fondly, with the affection seeming to increase in direct proportion to...

Our Changing Arctic

By Teevi Mackay The Arctic has, in the last several years, generated a great deal of attention, particularly in research relating to climate change. Inuit...
Teevi Mackay Canadian Arctic Youth Education Housing Culture

Arctic Inspired

by Teevi Mackay The second Arctic Inspiration Prize ceremony took place in Halifax in December at the Annual ArcticNet Scientific Meeting. The ceremony began with an...
Carelton University Convocation

Education about Education

Or, what I really learned about school by Teevi Mackay This article is available in Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun in PDF download. I admit I had a smooth...
Teevy Mackay

Inuktitut: A rich cultural imperative

Inuktitut isn’t a difficult language to learn.

Inuit knowledge: the compass to a brighter future

by Teevi Mackay It is disheartening to see Inuit youth struggling today. Many youth in the North feel hopeless and powerless. This is not the...

Northern Scene: The dawning of a new era of Inuit artistry

Northern artists displayed their talent for everyone to see at The National Arts Centre in Ottawa.