Sunday, September 23, 2018

Tag: july-august-18

A Walrus Hunt

Summers in Nunavut shower an explosion of beauty and colour on a landscape that has known only snow and ice for much of the...

Get ’er Done Labrador-style – Comedy reality television comes to the...

North West River in Labrador, Newfoundland, boasts a 65 per cent aboriginal population and was established as a thriving fur trade centre for the...

Supporting anti-bullying and wellness

Influencers Motivating Influencers toured Canada’s Arctic in April and May featuring world renowned magician Brian Glow and his anti-bullying and wellness magic show. The...

New Treatment Facility offers life line to improve Inuit wellness

Isuarsivik, a Nunavik community organization committed to alcohol and drug treatment and recovery, received an eight and a half million-dollar commitment from the Quebec...

New Fellows announced

Fifteen new Fellows are joining the Jane Glassco Northern Fellowship Program. They are, from the Yukon: Luke Campbell, Ashley Carvill, Alysha Kufeldt, Kelly Panchynshyn,...

Capturing the North on film

Photographer celebrates 100 trips to the Arctic Less than two weeks after arriving in Arctic Bay in 1999, Lee Narraway found herself travelling by qamutiq...

NWT students to aid out-of-this-world project

Students in the Northwest Territories will soon be engaging in an out-of-this-world learning experience in the rapidly evolving nanosatellite market, helping to design, construct...

Striving to make a positive difference for Inuit

I said goodbye to my children Panigusiq and Jushua at the Iqaluit airport today, just as I have many times during the last three...

Cutting Ice

Nancy Campbell Goose Lane Editions February 2018 The life and death of Annie Pootoogook is a story of national significance. The complex narratives weaving through her short life...

Inuit Worldviews

An Introduction Edited by Jarich Oosten and Frédéric Laugrand Nunavut Arctic College  Media September 2017 An insightful introduction into the production and transmission of knowledge in Inuit societies...