In the last issue of Pivut, we talked with Iqaluit elder Aalasi Joamie about Arctic berry plants. In this issue, we asked Aalasi to tell us about a few of the many edible tundra leaves. Here are two delicious and nutritious ones to try next time you are out on the land!
Curious about a career in fashion and design? Nunavut Arctic College Fur Design and Production graduates Karliin Aariak, Meeka Kilabuk, Jeannie Shamaiyuk-Smith and Carol Tootoo took part in the TransCanada Runway fashion show at this year’s Montreal Fashion and Design Festival. We’ve got the highlights!
Nunavut Research Institute staff took advantage of Iqaluit’s heat wave last week to head across the bay and dig clams.
TORONTO, August 28 2009 – BMO Financial Group today announced one national and 12 regional winners of the BMO 1st Art! Invitational Student Art Competition, Canada's only national graduating artist competition and exhibition.
Quppa Jaw, Nunavut Arctic College
Inugaguligait – Little People
Lino cut print on paper
16 x 19 in; 40.6 x 48.3 cm
With the lighting of the traditional Qulliq, students at Cambridge Bay’s Kitikmeot campus officially began their new school year.
Nunavut Arctic College Orientation Week celebrations came to a close in Iqaluit this Saturday with a concert from multiple award-winning Canadian band Hey Rosetta.
An exciting new school year started this week at Rankin Inlet’s Kivalliq Campus.
I woke up this morning at about 7:30AM. After checking on Rosy, and realizing it would be a while before I could take samples I made my way to breakfast. Afterwards, I collected my samples and went down to spend some time with Sally till lunch (if this is the first blog you’re reading, you’re probably a little confused at this point).