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Nunavut Day celebrated virtually with contests and prizes

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Congratulations to all winners in the online activities organized by Nunavut Tunngavik for Nunavut Day this year. Winners were from across Nunavut and beyond. 

Youth winners of the Nunavut Day Home Cook Challenge: 

First prize, Kelvin Tatty from Rankin Inlet for Tuktu Tomato Vegetable Soup. Second prize, Bidgette Jancke of Cambridge Bay for Muskox. Third prize, Nipi Kreuger‐Lindell of Arviat for Aqpik (N) ice cream. 

Teen winners of the Nunavut Day Home Cook Challenge: 

First prize, Karla Qavavo from Taloyoak for Muskox Burgers. Second prize, Carter Lear of Cambridge Bay for Baked Char. Third prize, Sanisha Nakoolak of Rankin Inlet for Mikku. 

Adult winners of the Nunavut Day Home Cook Challenge: 

First prize, Mathew and Allasua Knickelbein from Niaqunnguq for Char Curry. Second prize, Charlotte Kuutsiq of Rankin Inlet for Buns, Coleslaw, Fish Burger. Third prize, Rhonda Ohokannoak of Cambridge Bay for Caribou Pastry. 

Judges for the Cooking Challenges were: Sheila Flaherty in Iqaluit, Kelly Lindell in Rankin Inlet and Tasha Tologanak in Cambridge Bay. 

Winners of the Nunavut Day TikTok Contest for videos about Inuit life, language, and culture in Nunavut: 

First prize, Jeannie Illuitok from Kuggaruk. Second prize, Atuat Shouldice of Rankin Inlet. Third prize, Joseph Koonoo of Ottawa, Ontario. 

Check out the videos at: https://www.facebook.com/Tunngavik

Airline ticket winners: 

Congratulations to Leonie Ekwalak of Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Joey Paneak of Clyde River, who each won a pair of tickets to anywhere Canadian North flies. 

For more information, visit tunngavik.com