The annual Jewellery and Metalwork Program Holiday Ornament Sale is just around the corner! Next Friday, Dec 6th students from the Nuanvut Arctic College’s Jewellery & Metalwork Program will be selling hand-made Christmas Ornaments. Get there early, because doors open at 5pm and these beautiful ornaments are sure to go quickly!
Kiviuq had special powers and his fame was well known by all Inuit in different regions because he was a talented prosperous man. He was always helping the less fortunate and got along well with everyone. He was a good man and was popular because of his kindness and generosity. It was the time of season when the Inuit were camping on the coastal area as it was the time of year when they were stocking up on sea mammals for the winter for food as well as for oils for their (kudliks) oil lamps. It was spring time.
It was decided that we go before the weather got too cold so we went on Thursday, September 26, 2013. There were at least 30 to 40 people who participated. ABE and NTEP students came along too. We cooked & BBQ at Tommy & Pelage’s cabin at Qinggujuaq.
Environmental Technology Program (ETP) students at the Nunavut Research Institute in Iqaluit took part in a bird dissection workshop this month.
Nunatta Campus often holds staff country food days once a month and sometimes more times in a month, depending on the successful hunts of our family. Today, we had maktaaq that was caught by my brother in-law in Clyde River, and we also had shrimps that Josie's son had brought back from the shrimp boat he works on.
Arviat Research and Media projects were presented at the Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic annual workshop at the Frobisher Inn from Oct. 8-10 in Iqaluit. Social Sciences researchers came from across Canada, the United States and the circumpolar world to participate.
Staff, students and volunteers came together last night for the second annual Haunted Hallway fundraiser at the College's office in Arviat yesterday night.
Welcome to the new students of the Piqqusilirivvik Summer/Fall Program 2013. The program runs August 19 to November 30. The students spent the first 3 weeks of their program on the land, learning to build qarmat (sod houses). They will be taking a variety of hands-on, land-based, and classroom-based courses this program, including Survival Skills, Inuit History, Leadership, Hunting, Toolmaking, Skin Preparation and Sewing, and more!