Monday, November 19, 2018

Tag: nov-dec-18

Parks Canada creates Inuktitut place names map

The Auyuittuq National Park Place Names map project started in 2014. Parks Canada held several workshops with the Inuit Knowledge Working Group for Auyuittuq...

Celebrating our achievements

No matter what you do in life, it is important to pause and celebrate achievements. It could be on an individual level, like passing...

Mural added to entrance of WAG

As part of the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) Inuit Art Centre construction project, a wood structure has been installed to protect part of the...

Mountain Biking on Axel Heiberg Island

Embracing the Unexpected: A Behind the Scenes Look at the Filming of North of Nightfall, an Epic Mountain Biking Expedition on Axel Heiberg Island After...

NBAA awards presented at annual Conference

The 2018 Nunavut Trade Show & Conference took place September 18 to 20 in Iqaluit. Topics covered during this year’s conference included: business development...

Caribou and fish habitat studies receive funding

Three Wilfrid Laurier University researchers have received funding from the Government of the Northwest Territories to help answer important questions about environmental issues in...

Second Umiyaqtutt Festival a success

Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, held its second Umiyaqtutt (Inuktitut for “Shipwreck”) Festival from August 25 to September 3. The 10-day Festival celebrations included Inuit traditions and...

Hilda Snowball: On developing northern policy

Hilda Snowball is part of a generation of emerging northern leaders working to address economic, social and political transformations taking place in the Territories...

Padley Post – An HBC Trading Post

Today Padley Post is abandoned; a lonely outpost at the junction of the Maguse River and Kinga (Kingajualik) Lake surrounded by mile upon mile of tundra & boreal forest.

True North Rising

Long time CBC radio and television journalist Whit Fraser’s new book is a memoir of a remarkable period in Canada’s North and his lasting...