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In addition to coming to work at Nunavut Arctic College, one of the highlights of my nursing career was being selected to participate in the Stop Transmission of Polio (STOP) program.

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When Daniel Vandermeulen took over as the new college president in 2007, I was probably not the only one who wondered what kind of impact the change in leadership might have on my position. I didn’t have to wait long to find out, because a couple of months after he took over I was approached about his request to see a library collection in each of NAC’s Community Learning Centres.

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At its simplest, the Nunavut Research Institute (NRI) is a bit of a scientific concierge service for the hundreds of researchers cycling regularly through the territory.

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This year being the 10th anniversary of the creation of Nunavut, I would like to inform the House about the official launch of a very exciting series of publications created here in Nunavut.

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Well known recording artist Susan Aglukark popped in for a surprise visit with the sewing group at the Kitikmeot Heritage Society centre last week.

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Nunavut Research Institute (NRI) welcomed news that the territory will soon house a major Arctic research station. Cambridge Bay, Pond Inlet and Resolute have been short-listed for the new federal facility.

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Nunavut Sivuniksavut students got out a much-needed break from the city last week. They spent it at Harris Farm, a retreat centre north of Ottawa.

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Drawing on the wisdom of our Elders, the youth of Arctic Bay have collected valuable information to preserve our local history.

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Nunavut Research Institute (NRI) is set for a total overhaul, thanks to $11 million in new federal funding.

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The Environmental Technology Program (ETP) students began a long-term monitoring project of snow and ice thickness, and other variables of a lake near Iqaluit during April field camp activities of 2005 and 2006. Between 25 March and 1 April 2009, students of the Limnology field camp were back at it again.

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