Friday, September 20, 2019

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Entrepreneurial learning

Community collaboration helps launch careers The Nunavik region is poised to play a key role in the extraordinary transformation...

Nunavut celebrates 20th

The territory of Nunavut turned 20 on April 1 this year. July 9 marked 26 years since Nunavut’s land claims agreement went...

Laura Adams

Painter of Wild Places I first saw a painting by Laura Adams on a Facebook post two years ago...

John Rae, Arctic Explorer

The Unfinished Autobiography John Rae, a Hudson’s Bay Company employee, is best known as the first European to reveal...

IIBA protects important transportation routes

To mark Nunavut Day this year, Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett travelled to Kugluktuk to meet with Nunavut officials...

Sustaining the momentum of transformative change

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami exists to help Inuit achieve greater self-determination. It is a powerful expression of national Inuit unity that spans across...

Moccasin Square Gardens

The characters of Moccasin Square Gardens inhabit Denendeh, the land of the people north of the 60th parallel. These short stories are...

A Quttinirpaaq Dictionary

A Hiker’s Survival Guide After a High Arctic hiking trip to Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, hiking enthusiast Yvonne Kyle creates...

Arctic Return Ski Expedition

Following John Rae’s path Fur trader, explorer, surgeon and surveyor, Orcadian John Rae was born in 1813 in Orkney,...

Qaummaarviit Territorial Park

Qaummaarviit, ‘The Place That Shines,’ was a traditional campsite for northern peoples over many centuries due to the presence at one time...