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Quppa Jaw, Nunavut Arctic College
Inugaguligait – Little People
Lino cut print on paper
16 x 19 in; 40.6 x 48.3 cm

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Nunavut Arctic College FULL TIME STUDENTS can use ATII for FREE! Atii Fitness Centre is located across from the airport terminal, on the side of the Coman Arctic Building. (Building 1127)

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With the lighting of the traditional Qulliq, students at Cambridge Bay’s Kitikmeot campus officially began their new school year.

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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.

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An exciting new school year started this week at Rankin Inlet’s Kivalliq Campus.

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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).

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Nunavut Research Institute is leading research this summer to learn more about the changing conditions of Iqaluit’s streams and rivers.

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ARVIAT, Nunavut, September 23, 2009 — The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, on behalf of the Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State (Science and Technology), along with the Honourable Daniel Shewchuk, Nunavut Minister of Environment, Minister of Human Resources and Minister responsible for the Nunavut Arctic College, today announced funding of more than $4.9 million for infrastructure investments at Nunavut Arctic College campuses and community learning centres.

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With the lighting of a qulliq, drum dancing and the traditional songs of Inuit elders, Nunavut’s Member of Parliament, the Hon. Leona Aglukkaq, paid a very special visit to Nunavut Arctic College in Arviat this week, announcing millions in federal and territorial infrastructure funding.

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The Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada (SERNNoCA) is a five-year research program looking at the social economy of the North. One of six regional networks across the country, it’s made up of community partners, colleges and universities in Nunavut, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavik and Labrador.

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