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.
I remember coming up North from Perry River by dog team. That was the only transportation back then for us Inuit.
Cambridge Bay students in the Adult Basic Education class learned how to write a newspaper for the first time.
Two years have gone by. The contract has ended for student counselor, Irene Cant of Nunavut Arctic College.
The 6th Open Assembly of the Northern Research Forum (NRF), Our Ice Dependent world, is to be held on October 24th - 27th, 2010 in Oslo and Kirkenes, Norway. The event is organized together with the 6th NRF Host Planning Committee.
Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I am pleased to announce that two fur designers from Nunavut recently competed in the REMIX 2010 International Student Design Competition in Milan, Italy.
It’s that time of year! Nunavut Arctic College Office Administration students are heading out once again into the communities to do the practicum portion of their program.
Have some Friday fun with our traditional weekly word contest! Each week we’ll be posting a different traditional word from one of Nunavut’s official languages on our web site. The challenge is to find the meaning of this week’s word – NUKATUGALAAQ.
The following interview comes from the archives of the Igloolik Oral History Research Project and was conducted with Igloolik Elder Felix Alaralak by Maurice Arnattiaq on November 5, 1991. Translations and word processing by Louis Tapardjuk.