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Adult learners face unique challenges in Canada’s Far North, because of its sparse population spread over a vast area, limited means of transportation and harsh climate. Overcoming these barriers requires multiple learning sites (often at great distances from each other), financial support and teacher training—but these investments pay off only if the learners themselves are determined.

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OTTAWA, ONTARIO--The Honourable Chuck Strahl, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Metis and Non-Status Indians, today announced the appointment of Ms. Nellie T. Kusugak to the position of Deputy Commissioner of Nunavut.

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Nunavut Arctic College will receive $44,000 in federal funding to study and develop a unique tourism and hospitality program for Nunavut communities.

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What Story will you tell? Are you between the ages of 14-18 or 19-29? Send us your short story and showcase your heritage!

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Applications now being accepted for the 2010-2011 Canadian Northern Studies Trust. Application Deadline March 17, 2010! For more information, visit: www.acuns.ca

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Eight students from the Nunavut Arctic College Jewellery and Metalwork program are going to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver next week.

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Heavy equipment rumbled through the Nunavut Research Institute main building in Iqaluit last week, paving the way for construction of a new headquarters building and a training facility this spring.

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I remember coming up North from Perry River by dog team. That was the only transportation back then for us Inuit.

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We help people when they are stuck on the land. We do search and rescue.

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Cambridge Bay students in the Adult Basic Education class learned how to write a newspaper for the first time.

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