Thursday, November 23, 2017

Tag: sept-oct-17

Bringing a taste of the Arctic to your flight

It started over a bowl of venison stew. This stew, a signature dish, was served as part of a fundraiser for David Reid, and the...

Inspiring a Generation of Social Entrepreneurs

Remote communities in Canada’s far North grapple with many social and economic issues. Employment is hard to come by in Nunavut, and its disproportionately...

Preparing to teach in Nunavut

The Need for Teacher Orientation When the Government of Nunavut (GN) advertises every year for teachers to come North, it is looking for people who are...

Auyuittuq National Park

Auyuittuq means “the land that never melts” in Inuktitut, which couldn’t be more true. The Park is 19,089 square kilometres and is accessible by outfitters...

The Alianait Warmth of the North

At the age of 10, a business associate of my father brought me back a bow whip from his trip to the Arctic so...

Securing a regional presence in Canada’s North

The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) successfully concluded Operation NUNAKPUT 2017 near the end of July, after nearly four weeks of presence and domain operations...

Expedition supports science and health

The Science Team of the Canadian Research Icebreaker CCGS Amundsen continues its mission through October as it completes its final year of the ArcticNet...

NACA artists display creations on Nunavut Day

This year the Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association (NACA) held their annual Arts Festival in July in Iqaluit. After five days of workshops and...

Protecting Inuit art

In July, The Inuit Art Foundation (IAF) announced the transfer of the iconic Igloo Tag Trademark from Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) to...