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Office administration program graduates in Sanikiluaq were congratulated by Hudson Bay MLA Allan Rumbolt last week in the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut.

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Pangnirtung MLA Hezakiah Oshutapik congratulated Nunavut Arctic College graduates in the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut last week.

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Arctic College's Nursing instructors have the magic touch! Iqaluit Granny Sally spends a few precious moments with Computer Systems Technician Program instructor Chris McCarthy's adorable new baby, Molly, at Nunatta Campus this week. Congratulations, Chris! And welcome to College, Molly!

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Nunavut Arctic College would like to congratulate Daisy Dyer-Eyegetok, a fourth-year NTEP student in Cambridge Bay, on being awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for her dedication and contributions to community.

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Nunatta Campus celebrated graduation day with their families, friends and community in Iqaluit last week.

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Lose the loafers. Give the heels a break. Sneak It In Week is coming!

Lose the loafers. Give the heels a break. Get ready for Sneak It In Week, brought to you by ParticipACTION. Wear sneakers to work April 9-13 and you’ll see how easy it can be to fit in more activity. Walk to lunch. Park away from the office. Go for a brisk walk on your coffee break. As long as your heart beats faster for 10 minutes, it really counts! So get active and sneak it in. You’ll be rewarded with a longer, happier, more fulfilling life.

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I have been homesick a lot of times here in Peru, times when I just feel like quitting and going home because I miss my family and friends. But what keeps me going is how I notice myself one more time stronger when I challenge myself.

Yesterday, we were climbing a mountain here in Palca, Peru and a lot of times we felt like quitting because the mountain kept getting higher and higher as we were going up. But what kept us going is our teamwork and hope to reach the top.

We made it to the top and I felt like a million dollars because it was beautiful up there and more importantly even when our supervisors felt like quitting we kept going and supported each other.

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Through the generous support of Canadians, the City of Iqaluit is advising that donations of goods and in-kind items are no longer required for the Iqaluit Fire Response.

"We would like to thank our friends and neighbours for their generous donations," said Iqaluit Mayor Madeleine Redfern. "It has been wonderful to see such an outpouring of support for our community. We are happy to announce that we have met our need for in-kind donations."

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On February 26, 2012 at approximately 10:00 PM, fire destroyed a 22 unit apartment building in Iqaluit, Nunavut, forcing families to evacuate in the middle of the night with little more than what they were wearing. Resources are difficult to come by in the Arctic where supplies must be flown in and, despite an outpouring of support from the community, assistance is urgently needed. The Red Cross has deployed volunteers to provide emergency food and clothing and support to those impacted by the fire. Your financial support is greatly appreciated and we thank you for your compassion and generosity.

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