The Nunavut Research Institute Science Campus in Iqaluit welcomed the Inukshuk High School Green Club and Environmental Science Students on April 26, 2013.
Eleven residents of Repulse Bay recently completed the two week course ‘Working in Research: A Community Guide to Understanding and Participating in Research Programs’. This Nunavut Arctic College course delivery was funded by through a contribution from a research project grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and was supported by the Government of Nunavut, Department of Environment, Fisheries Division with in-kind support from Arctic College.
The establishment of a long-term, river-based monitoring program for Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) in the Cambridge Bay area of Nunavut
Arctic Char, Salvelinus alpinus, is the most important fish species in Nunavut, and it supports significant commercial, recreational, and Inuit fisheries throughout its range. More specifically, in the Cambridge Bay area of the territory this species has long been an important staple in Nunavut fisheries and has historically provided one of the most significant commercial resources for the territory. The importance of Arctic Char and its long, successful commercial history in the Cambridge Bay area is unparalleled and since the inception of the fishery in 1960, more than 2,000,000kgs of this species have been sustainably harvested.
The Nunavut Research Institute (NRI) 2012 Compendium of Research is now available. This informative report highlights the licensed physical, social sciences and health-related scientific research conducted in Nunavut.
The Nunavut Research Institute (NRI) 2011 Compendium of Research is now available. This informative report highlights the licensed physical, social sciences and health-related scientific research conducted in Nunavut.
Twenty-two Nunavut students were presented with Technical Professional Scholarships this year. The awards were announced in the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut on March 5, 2013 by the Hon. Lorne Kusugak, Minister of Community and Government Services.
The Nunavut Research Institute in Iqaluit welcomed the Canadian Polar Commission to its Science Campus today.
First year Environmental Technology Program (ETP) student Chantelle Masson was presented an Environmental Technology Program scholarship from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.