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Nunavut signs devolution agreement-in-principle with Canada, Inuit organization - CBC News
Nunavut signs devolution agreement-in-principle with Canada, Inuit organization  CBC News

Nunavut has reached an agreement-in-principle on devolution with the government of Canada and the territorial Inuit organization
Canada's Crown-Indigenous ...




Canada announces $71 million for Nunavut transportation projects - Nunatsiaq News
Canada announces $71 million for Nunavut transportation projects  Nunatsiaq News

Federal transport minister Marc Garneau announces $71.7 million for transportation projects in Nunavut at a press conference at the Iqaluit airport on Tuesday, ...




Canada Council for the Arts comes to Nunavut - Nunavut News
Canada Council for the Arts comes to Nunavut  Nunavut News

Canada Council for the Arts chief executive officer Simon Brault visits Iqaluit Aug
22 to meet and consult with Nunavut artists as part of a wider.




Canada invests in Nunavut's coasts - Nunatsiaq News
Canada invests in Nunavut's coasts  Nunatsiaq News

Newspaper of record for Nunavut, and the Nunavik territory of Quebec.




Northerners applaud funding for long-awaited road through Arctic tundra - Lethbridge News Now
Northerners applaud funding for long-awaited road through Arctic tundra  Lethbridge News Now

Two federal announcements this week are expected to kick-start a long-awaited road into the heart of the Canadian Arctic that would lower grocery costs for ...




Canadian taxpayers on hook for $61 million for road to open up mining in Arctic - The Narwhal
Canadian taxpayers on hook for $61 million for road to open up mining in Arctic  The Narwhal

MMG Limited, a mining company controlled by the Chinese government, praised the public investment in Arctic infrastructure as biologists sounded the alarm ...




Trudeau rehashes old federal funding in housing announcement for Nunavut - CBC News
Trudeau rehashes old federal funding in housing announcement for Nunavut  CBC News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rehashed the existing federal funding streams for housing in Nunavut in an announcement Friday morning in Iqaluit.




Building stronger communities across Nunavut with the federal Gas Tax Fund - Canada NewsWire
Building stronger communities across Nunavut with the federal Gas Tax Fund  Canada NewsWire

Doubling of the federal Gas Tax Fund delivers a boost in Nunavut IQALUIT, Aug
15, 2019 /CNW/ - Modern public infrastructure is key to promoting economic...




Governments of Canada, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut announce joint funding to advance gender equality - Canada NewsWire
Governments of Canada, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut announce joint funding to advance gender equality  Canada NewsWire

YELLOWKNIFE, NT, Aug
8, 2019 /CNW/ - To achieve lasting and meaningful gender equality in Canada, all levels of government ? federal, provincial, and ...




Government of Canada facilitates participation of Inuit firms in contract bidding in the Nunavut Settlement Area - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada facilitates participation of Inuit firms in contract bidding in the Nunavut Settlement Area  Canada NewsWire

OTTAWA, Aug
15, 2019 /CNW/ - Creating more economic opportunities for Inuit firms and increasing the representation of Inuit in the workforce will contribute to ...




Transport Canada minister announces $76.5 million for Grise Fiord and Resolute Bay harbours, $600K for ocean protection initiatives - Nunavut News
Transport Canada minister announces $76.5 million for Grise Fiord and Resolute Bay harbours, $600K for ocean protection initiatives  Nunavut News

Grise Fiord and Resolute Bay will see new community harbours thanks to $76.5 million over seven years from the federal government
Additionally, the.




Feds announce new hangar and harbours coming to Nunavut - CBC.ca
Feds announce new hangar and harbours coming to Nunavut  CBC.ca

Canada's Minister of Transport Marc Garneau says the new hangar will allow multiple agencies operating in the North to better coordinate their efforts when ...




Government of Canada supports Nunavut Law Program to increase access to justice and address the need for more practicing lawyers in Nunavut - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada supports Nunavut Law Program to increase access to justice and address the need for more practicing lawyers in Nunavut  Canada NewsWire

IQALUIT, July 28, 2019 /CNW/ - For a well-functioning justice system, our legal professionals must understand regional and cultural contexts in the regions ...




Canada will pass its target of protecting 10%

of marine areas by 2020, Trudeau says - CBC News
Canada will pass its target of protecting 10%

of marine areas by 2020, Trudeau says
  CBC News

The Liberal government will exceed its target of protecting 10 per cent of marine areas by 2020, according to a government source.




Ottawa gives $21.5 million to Kitikmeot road and port project - Nunavut News
Ottawa gives $21.5 million to Kitikmeot road and port project  Nunavut News

The federal government is committing $21.5 million to the Kitikmeot Inuit Association's slimmed-down request to get the Grays Bay Road and Port project.




Government of Canada funds Nunavut initiatives to increase access to justice and improve the well-being of women and children - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada funds Nunavut initiatives to increase access to justice and improve the well-being of women and children  Canada NewsWire

IQALUIT, July 29, 2019 /CNW/ - Canadians expect that their justice system serves all, provides equal access to justice, and supports and protects the most ...




Nunavut singer Riit releases her 1st music video - CBC.ca
Nunavut singer Riit releases her 1st music video  CBC.ca

'I'm loving being able to deliver a TV show and delivering music in my mother tongue, Inuktitut,' says Inuk singer Rita Claire Mike-Murphy, who also hosts an ...




Trudeau uses Nunavut to sell reconciliation, conservation as a package deal - Nunatsiaq News
Trudeau uses Nunavut to sell reconciliation, conservation as a package deal  Nunatsiaq News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wades into a crowd of local residents who had come out to greet him in Arctic Bay on the afternoon of Aug
1
That morning in ...




Canada invests in climate education and awareness in Nunavut - Canada NewsWire
Canada invests in climate education and awareness in Nunavut  Canada NewsWire

IQALUIT, NU, July 26, 2019 /CNW/ - Climate change is one of the defining challenges of our time
Increasing education, awareness, and action on climate ...




AROUND NUNAVUT: Butterflies, a scholarship and Arctic journeys - Nunavut News
AROUND NUNAVUT: Butterflies, a scholarship and Arctic journeys  Nunavut News

A Children's Guide to Arctic Butterflies by Mia Pelletier is illustrated by Danny Christopher and is available widely, including through Inhabit Media's online ...




Federal government apologizes to Baffin Inuit for sled dog killings, forced relocations - CBC News
Federal government apologizes to Baffin Inuit for sled dog killings, forced relocations  CBC News

Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett gave a wide-ranging apology to Inuit of Baffin Island in Iqaluit on Wednesday.




Nunavut communities on track for warmer than normal summer - CBC.ca
Nunavut communities on track for warmer than normal summer  CBC.ca

The months of June, July and August have been warmer than normal for most Nunavut communities, says meteorologist David Phillips.




Nunavut MP Hunter Tootoo won't seek re-election - CBC News
Nunavut MP Hunter Tootoo won't seek re-election  CBC News

Independent Nunavut MP Hunter Tootoo says he won't seek re-election in the 2019 federal election
He's decided to leave public life.




Canada Goose seeks another 20 Inuit designers to expand Project Atigi - Nunavut News
Canada Goose seeks another 20 Inuit designers to expand Project Atigi  Nunavut News

Canada Goose and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK) continue their partnership, which began with 14 Inuit seamstresses featured in an international launch of.




Nunavut nets funds from the Oceans Protection Plan - Nunatsiaq News
Nunavut nets funds from the Oceans Protection Plan  Nunatsiaq News

From left: Nunavut Transportation Minister David Akeeagok, federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau and Qikiqtani Inuit Association President P.J
Akeeagok ...




Extend oil and gas ban 'at least a decade' in eastern Arctic: Nunavut Impact Review Board - WWF-Canada Blog
Extend oil and gas ban 'at least a decade' in eastern Arctic: Nunavut Impact Review Board  WWF-Canada Blog

The report is a big win for local communities and conservation
WWF-Canada applauds the final report on oil and gas activities in the eastern Canadian Arctic, ...




Canadian archeological teams to excavate, map wrecks of Franklin expedition - Williams Lake Tribune
Canadian archeological teams to excavate, map wrecks of Franklin expedition  Williams Lake Tribune

Canadian archeologists are on their way to a remote area in the Arctic Circle for another chance to dig up the secrets held by the Franklin expedition wrecks, ...




Team Trudeau front benchers hand out federal cash in Atlantic Canada, Quebec, BC and Nunavut - iPolitics.ca
Team Trudeau front benchers hand out federal cash in Atlantic Canada, Quebec, BC and Nunavut  iPolitics.ca

A day after Infrastructure Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne launched his Atlantic Canadian mini-tour with a visit to Signal Hill, Fisheries Minister Jonathan ...




Nunavut regulators invite comment on Iqaluit mercury study - Nunatsiaq News
Nunavut regulators invite comment on Iqaluit mercury study  Nunatsiaq News

The public currently has a chance to comment on a project before the Nunavut Impact Review Board that seeks to measure the presence of mercury and ...




Germany's Maas tours Canada's melting Arctic - DW (English)
Germany's Maas tours Canada's melting Arctic  DW (English)

Visiting Canada's melting Arctic, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has said Europe had an "extraordinary" task to slash fossil fuel emissions
If it didn't, ...




Government of Canada announces plans for this year's exploration of the Franklin wrecks - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada announces plans for this year's exploration of the Franklin wrecks  Canada NewsWire

Largest, most complex underwater archeological undertaking in Canadian history continues in partnership with Inuit CAMBRIDGE BAY, NU, Aug
16, 2019 ...




Megan Pizzo-Lyall announced as Liberal candidate for Nunavut in upcoming election - CBC.ca
Megan Pizzo-Lyall announced as Liberal candidate for Nunavut in upcoming election  CBC.ca

Megan Pizzo-Lyall is expected to announce her candidacy at a Liberal party event in Iqaluit Thursday night with Justin Trudeau
Leona Aglukkaq has already ...




Students are heading back to Nunavut schools - Nunatsiaq News
Students are heading back to Nunavut schools  Nunatsiaq News

A school with a view: Classes start at Joamie Elementary School in Iqaluit on Sept
3, but many other schools in Nunavut have already welcomed their students.




Nunavut Mom Travels 2000 KM To Watch Son Play - DiscoverMooseJaw.com
Nunavut Mom Travels 2000 KM To Watch Son Play  DiscoverMooseJaw.com

A mom travelled 2,245 kilometres to Swift Current to surprise her son who is competing in the Western Canada Summer Games
Martha Porter, who is a mom to ...




/R E P E A T -- Media Advisory - Canada, Government of Nunavut, and Nunavut Tunngavik Inc
to sign a Joint Declaration of Intent on construction of treatment facility/ - Benzinga
/R E P E A T -- Media Advisory - Canada, Government of Nunavut, and Nunavut Tunngavik Inc
to sign a Joint Declaration of Intent on construction of treatment facility/
  Benzinga

IQALUIT, Aug
16, 2019 /CNW/ - Please be advised that the Honourable Seamus O'Regan, Minister of Indigenous Services, alongside the Honourable David ...




WWF Canada invests $250000 in new wildlife projects in the North - Nunavut News
WWF Canada invests $250000 in new wildlife projects in the North  Nunavut News

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Canada is prepared to ante up approximately $250000 to fund new projects that will aim to benefit narwhal, beluga, caribou,




Former Taloyoak official fails to appear in court for charge of defrauding hamlet - CBC.ca
Former Taloyoak official fails to appear in court for charge of defrauding hamlet  CBC.ca

The former senior administrative officer of Taloyoak, Nunavut, is charged with fraud, theft over $5000 and breach of trust.




Murder charge laid after death of woman in Gjoa Haven - CBC.ca
Murder charge laid after death of woman in Gjoa Haven  CBC.ca

RCMP have charged a 34-year-old man in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, with murder after a 33-year-old woman was found dead in her home in the community ...




Mining Company Achieves Drilling Success at Nunavut Project - Streetwise Reports
Mining Company Achieves Drilling Success at Nunavut Project  Streetwise Reports

TMAC Resources Inc
(TMR:TSX) announced in a news release that recent drilling delivered strong results from its Doris and Doris regional programs at its ...




Government of Canada invests in road network technology in Nunavut, Yukon and in the Northwest Territories - Canada NewsWire
Government of Canada invests in road network technology in Nunavut, Yukon and in the Northwest Territories  Canada NewsWire

OTTAWA, Aug
12, 2019 /CNW/ - The Government of Canada supports infrastructure projects that create quality middle-class jobs and boost economic growth.




Iqaluit fire department saves three units at a four-plex fire - Nunavut News
Iqaluit fire department saves three units at a four-plex fire  Nunavut News

The quick action of Iqaluit firefighters ensured damage to a four-plex was contained to one unit when they responded to a call the evening of August 15
?At 7:00 ...




Nunavut's wrestling team set for Western Canada Summer Games - Nunavut News
Nunavut's wrestling team set for Western Canada Summer Games  Nunavut News

Wrestling is a sport which always finds Nunavut in good stead when it comes to roster size
It's no different this time around and the territory will be.




New index says infrastructure in Nahanni Butte, N.W.T., is 2nd worst in Canada - CBC.ca
New index says infrastructure in Nahanni Butte, N.W.T., is 2nd worst in Canada  CBC.ca

A new report ranking infrastructure in remote communities puts Nahanni Butte dead last in the North ? and second last out of 236 communities across Canada.




Uqqurmiut Centre to supply Team Nunavut hats - Nunatsiaq News
Uqqurmiut Centre to supply Team Nunavut hats  Nunatsiaq News

PANGNIRTUNG?The colours of the wool?red, yellow and blue?that a self-described ?Pang hat maker? was picking up from the Uqqurmiut Centre for Arts and ...




Cleanup of remote bird sanctuary in Nunavut about to start - CBC.ca
Cleanup of remote bird sanctuary in Nunavut about to start  CBC.ca

A tiny remote island in the high Arctic is going to be cleaned of abandoned shacks, fuel drums and debris next week
Coburg Island is a bird sanctuary and ...




Six new icebreakers announced for Canadian Coast Guard - Nunavut News
Six new icebreakers announced for Canadian Coast Guard  Nunavut News

The federal government will build six new icebreakers in the coming years, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard Jonathan Wilkinson.




Four of Nunavut's five bowhead tags approved for 2019 - Nunatsiaq News
Four of Nunavut's five bowhead tags approved for 2019  Nunatsiaq News

Newspaper of record for Nunavut, and the Nunavik territory of Quebec.




Canadian flag bearer true believer in Young Living - Nunavut News
Canadian flag bearer true believer in Young Living  Nunavut News

There's no feeling quite like having a lot of success with a product line you truly believe in
Essential oils (aromatherapy) from Young Living have.




Apology to Qikiqtani Inuit leaves QIA president filled with hope - Nunatsiaq News
Apology to Qikiqtani Inuit leaves QIA president filled with hope  Nunatsiaq News

On the eve of the Government of Canada's formal apology today, Aug
14, for its traumatizing mistreatment of Qikiqtani Inuit between 1950 and 1975, the ...




Boys relay team wins track and field bronze at Western Canada Summer Games - Northern News Services
Boys relay team wins track and field bronze at Western Canada Summer Games  Northern News Services

August 18, 2019 - Another day, another bronze medal for Team NT at the Western Canada Summer Games in Swift Current, Sask., this time on the track.




Nunavut Court of Appeal overturns Pond Inlet man's sentence - CBC.ca
Nunavut Court of Appeal overturns Pond Inlet man's sentence  CBC.ca

The Nunavut Court of Appeal overturned the sentence imposed by Justice Paul Bychok on a Pond Inlet man, saying the trial judge erred in rejecting a joint ...




The World's Northernmost Permanent Settlement Set a Record High Temperature - Smithsonian.com
The World's Northernmost Permanent Settlement Set a Record High Temperature  Smithsonian.com

The military installation of Alert on Ellesmere Island, 600 miles from the North Pole, hit 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit last week.




New road toward Nunavut receives first major funding - Cabin Radio
New road toward Nunavut receives first major funding  Cabin Radio

The NWT's plan to build an all-season road northeast of Yellowknife toward Nunavut, through key mining grounds, has received its first major funding.




Medal no
4 for Team NT at Western Canada Summer Games - Northern News Services
Medal no
4 for Team NT at Western Canada Summer Games
  Northern News Services

August 16, 2019 - Team NT's medal count at the Western Canada Summer Games is officially at four with the latest podium result coming in tennis
Ofira Duru ...




Justin Trudeau seeks to highlight climate policy in visit to Canada's Far North - National Observer
Justin Trudeau seeks to highlight climate policy in visit to Canada's Far North  National Observer

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau injected a dose of electoral politics into an announcement on Thursday, August 1, 2019, in Canada's Far North, taking aim at his ...




Mom Travels to Surprise Son Competing in WCSG - SwiftCurrentOnline.com
Mom Travels to Surprise Son Competing in WCSG  SwiftCurrentOnline.com

A mom travelled 2,245 kilometres to Swift Current to surprise her son who is competing in the Western Canada Summer Games
Martha Porter, whose son ...




QC's Iqaluit hotel and conference centre set to open in spring 2020 - Nunavut News
QC's Iqaluit hotel and conference centre set to open in spring 2020  Nunavut News

The Qikiqtaaluk Corporation's (QC) new hotel and conference centre is going up in record time, as room modules stack up like giant Legos
The modular.




Botox on wheels: Hay River woman launching mobile Botox clinic - CBC.ca
Botox on wheels: Hay River woman launching mobile Botox clinic  CBC.ca

A fifth-wheel trailer turned mobile Botox clinic will be making its rounds to communities in the N.W.T
this fall
The mobile *service*, called Best of You, will give ...




From beading to diaper making, incoming Yukon teachers learn First Nations basics - CBC.ca
From beading to diaper making, incoming Yukon teachers learn First Nations basics  CBC.ca

Thirty-five teachers, all about to teach in the territory for the first time, are partaking in an orientation week that includes lessons and activities with elders and ...




Close calls and court success on Thursday at Western Canada Summer Games - Northern News Services
Close calls and court success on Thursday at Western Canada Summer Games  Northern News Services

August 16, 2019 - Thursday at the Western Canada Summer Games in Swift Current, Sask., featured plenty of almost and a dash of how-about-that
Track and ...




Wellesley resident receives prestigious honour for contributions to meteorology in Canada - newhamburgindependent.ca
Wellesley resident receives prestigious honour for contributions to meteorology in Canada  newhamburgindependent.ca

As recognition for a long and illustrious career in meteorology, a Wellesley man has been recognized at the national level for significant contributions to the field.




Canadian Government Commits $1 Million to Advance Gender Equality - High North News
Canadian Government Commits $1 Million to Advance Gender Equality  High North News

The Canadian Government announced more than $1 million dollars to help empower women in northern government
This funding is being provided to two of ...




Western Canada Summer Games get underway - Northern News Services
Western Canada Summer Games get underway  Northern News Services

August 10, 2019 - The wait is over for Team NT and Team Nunavut
The territory's latest sporting venture is underway as the Western Canada Summer Games ...




Saving the Arctic's 'Last Ice Area' Is a Race Against Time - VICE
Saving the Arctic's 'Last Ice Area' Is a Race Against Time  VICE

Canada has moved to protect the region, where Arctic wildlife is expected to make its last stand against climate change
Scientists say it's not enough.




Cambridge Bay prepares heritage park for expected cruise ship visits - Nunatsiaq News
Cambridge Bay prepares heritage park for expected cruise ship visits  Nunatsiaq News

Cambridge Bay's Itqaumavik Park features a scap-metal sculpture of a muskox facing off against two wolves
The park is bound to be a major attraction for cruise ...




Happy Nunavut Day, Canada! - The Post Millennial
Happy Nunavut Day, Canada!  The Post Millennial

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Nunavut?Canada's chilling expanse of colourful homes and 13 dollar orange juice
But rolling hills and highly priced ...




Nunavut sees warmer days than B.C
during ?unprecedented? heat wave - Global News
Nunavut sees warmer days than B.C
during ?unprecedented? heat wave
  Global News

Weather watchers are focused on the world's most northerly community which has been in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave.




'This is unprecedented': Alert, Nunavut, is warmer than Victoria - CBC News
'This is unprecedented': Alert, Nunavut, is warmer than Victoria  CBC News

Weather watchers are focused on the world's most northerly community, which is in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave
"It's really quite spectacular," said ...




Food insecurity in Nunavut increased after federal subsidy program: study - CTV News
Food insecurity in Nunavut increased after federal subsidy program: study  CTV News

Food insecurity in Nunavut has actually worsened in the years since the federal government launched a retail subsidy program aimed at improving access and ...




'It's not fair that TB is still in Canada': One Nunavut woman on life with the disease - CBC.ca
'It's not fair that TB is still in Canada': One Nunavut woman on life with the disease  CBC.ca

Tuberculosis is a disease many Canadians never have to worry about
But for some, it's an all-too-common fact of life
Kilikvak Karen Kabloona opens up about ...




Nunavut celebrates 20 years as Canada?s newest territory, a place where Inuit chart the future - The Globe and Mail
Nunavut celebrates 20 years as Canada?s newest territory, a place where Inuit chart the future  The Globe and Mail

As the country's newest territory celebrates its 20th anniversary on Monday, the prospects for resource development are creating hope for an Indigenous people ...




Iqaluit gets green light to pump water from Unnamed Lake - Nunatsiaq News
Iqaluit gets green light to pump water from Unnamed Lake  Nunatsiaq News

City of Iqaluit officials will begin pumping water from the Unnamed Lake in response to record low water levels in the city's water reservoir, Lake Geraldine, ...




As Nunavut turns 20, where is it on Inuit hiring goals? - CBC.ca
As Nunavut turns 20, where is it on Inuit hiring goals?  CBC.ca

Article 23 was meant to ensure all three levels of government in Nunavut have a workforce reflective of the population of Inuit
Almost 26 years after the Nunavut ...




Canada?s Biggest Housing Crisis Could Be In Nunavut - HuffPost Canada
Canada?s Biggest Housing Crisis Could Be In Nunavut  HuffPost Canada

Courtesy Caroline Robinson Caroline Robinson felt she had no choice but to quit her job as a mental health outreach worker and leave Nunavut because she ...




In Nunavut, a land of plenty, food insecurity abounds - The Globe and Mail
In Nunavut, a land of plenty, food insecurity abounds  The Globe and Mail

Nov
8, 2018: A fire burns at Iqaluit's NorthMart, the town's largest retailer and one of only two grocery stores
Imported food is very expensive in the Nunavut ...




N.W.T
and Nunavut have highest 5-year-average injury fatality rate in Canada - CBC.ca
N.W.T
and Nunavut have highest 5-year-average injury fatality rate in Canada
  CBC.ca

N.W.T
and Nunavut rate of on-the-job injury fatalities is a concern, says author of report.




'We're up here!' says Nunavut premier as territory celebrates 20th anniversary - Radio Canada International - ENGLISH
'We're up here!' says Nunavut premier as territory celebrates 20th anniversary  Radio Canada International - ENGLISH

As Nunavut celebrates the 20th anniversary of becoming Canada's northernmost territory, Premier Joe Savikataaq says he wants people in the rest of the ...




High Arctic, High Design: Canadian High Arctic Research Station, Ikaluktutiak, Nunavut - Canadian Architect
High Arctic, High Design: Canadian High Arctic Research Station, Ikaluktutiak, Nunavut  Canadian Architect

Modelled after an igloo, St
Jude's Anglican Church, in Iqaluit, was rebuilt in a version of Ron Thom's original design following a fire
Photo: Ansgar Walk.




Nunavut led Canada in economic growth in 2018 - Nunatsiaq News
Nunavut led Canada in economic growth in 2018  Nunatsiaq News

Newspaper of record for Nunavut, and the Nunavik territory of Quebec.




Nunavut TB rates remain high despite community testing - CBC News
Nunavut TB rates remain high despite community testing  CBC News

Even after the Nunavut health department set up mobile TB screening clinics in three communities, there has been little change to the territory's TB rate.




From Norway to Nunavut: Arctic fox stuns scientists with 3,500-kilometre journey - Global News
From Norway to Nunavut: Arctic fox stuns scientists with 3,500-kilometre journey  Global News

Barely one year old, an Arctic fox has likely set a record for its species, trekking more than 3,500 kilometres from Norway to Canada in just 76 days.




Nunavut is celebrating 20 years as a territory this Nunavut Day - CBC.ca
Nunavut is celebrating 20 years as a territory this Nunavut Day  CBC.ca

Nunavut is celebrating 20 years this Nunavut Day ? though the reason the territory observes Nunavut Day on July 9 is actually older
The Nunavut Land Claims ...




Nunavut caps 'once-in-a-lifetime' week with historic win at Canada Winter Games - CBC Sports
Nunavut caps 'once-in-a-lifetime' week with historic win at Canada Winter Games  CBC Sports

It's the hockey team's first time at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta., and both coaches and players described the week as 'once-in-a-lifetime.'




Don't forget Nunavut's rural and remote regions - Nunatsiaq News
Don't forget Nunavut's rural and remote regions  Nunatsiaq News

Newspaper of record for Nunavut, and the Nunavik territory of Quebec.




No national medals for Nunavut, but Skills Canada lessons will last a lifetime, competitor says - Nunavut News
No national medals for Nunavut, but Skills Canada lessons will last a lifetime, competitor says  Nunavut News

No gold, silver or bronze will be flying back with 16 Nunavut competitors who competed at Skills Canada nationals in Halifax this week
But the knowledge.




Nunavut gets ready to send its 1st hockey team to the Canada Winter Games - CBC.ca
Nunavut gets ready to send its 1st hockey team to the Canada Winter Games  CBC.ca

Nunavut hockey players will be competing with the best of the best across Canada next year when they take to the ice for the first time ever in the Canada Winter ...




Nunavut gov't rejects Iqaluit's land admin bylaw over 'human rights' concerns - CBC.ca
Nunavut gov't rejects Iqaluit's land admin bylaw over 'human rights' concerns  CBC.ca

The Nunavut government has rejected a proposed City of Iqaluit bylaw over concerns the bylaw discriminates against Inuit who are originally from outside Iqaluit ...




Mining boom to drive economic growth in territories beyond rest of Canada: report - CBC.ca
Mining boom to drive economic growth in territories beyond rest of Canada: report  CBC.ca

Economic growth in the territories is expected to outpace the rest of Canada over the next two years, driven by the strength of the mining sector in Yukon and ...




Nunavut hockey team makes history and other North highlights at the Canada Games - CBC.ca
Nunavut hockey team makes history and other North highlights at the Canada Games  CBC.ca

With week two of the Canada Winter Games underway in Red Deer, Alta., we look back at the athletes, teams and stories from Canada's North.




Nunavut turns 20: Reflections on the capital's close ties with the North - CBC.ca
Nunavut turns 20: Reflections on the capital's close ties with the North  CBC.ca

Cecile Lyall, Radha Jetty, and Maggie Qillaq all live in Ottawa ? and all have their own unique relationship with Canada's youngest territory.




Leaked report says Nunavut's teacher education program not sufficient - CBC.ca
Leaked report says Nunavut's teacher education program not sufficient  CBC.ca

A leaked 2017 report originally published by Nunavut News states that the territory's current teacher education program is 'not capable of producing a bilingual ...




Order of Canada 'very humbling,' says Edna Elias - Nunavut News
Order of Canada 'very humbling,' says Edna Elias  Nunavut News

Kugluktuk's Edna Elias has been named to the Order of Canada, the Office of the Governor General announced on June 27
Her selection is based on "her.




The Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and Arctic Governance - Alternatives Journal
The Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and Arctic Governance  Alternatives Journal

THE Nunavut Land Claims Agreement (NCLA) took two decades to negotiate
Upon its signing in 1993, the NCLA was immediately recognized as a seminal ...




Nunavut! | March/April 2019 - Canadian Geographic : Franklin Expedition
Nunavut! | March/April 2019  Canadian Geographic : Franklin Expedition

FeaturesOUR LAND, OUR STRENGTHReflecting on 20 years of Canada's newest territory, NunavutOnline Exclusive: Read the 1999 Canadian Geographic ...




Ludy Pudluk, politician who helped pave way for creation of Nunavut, dies at 76 - CTV News
Ludy Pudluk, politician who helped pave way for creation of Nunavut, dies at 76  CTV News

A 20-year northern politician who was instrumental in the movement that led to the creation of Nunavut has died
Ludy Pudluk, who was 76, died in hospital in ...




Government lied about leaked education report, says Nunavut Teachers' Association - CBC.ca
Government lied about leaked education report, says Nunavut Teachers' Association  CBC.ca

The president of the Nunavut Teachers' Association says his organization was lied to when it comes to a leaked report on the Nunavut Teacher Education ...




Nunavut's Mars training ground now available on Google Street View - CBC News
Nunavut's Mars training ground now available on Google Street View  CBC News

Google went to Devon Island, Nunavut, with Mars Institute researchers to help bring attention to the work NASA is doing there.




Nunavut hockey team making history at Canada Winter Games - Global News
Nunavut hockey team making history at Canada Winter Games  Global News

WATCH: For the first time ever, Nunavut has sent a men's hockey team to the Canada Winter Games
As Heather Yourex-West explains, representing their home ...




New Indigenous languages law does not protect Inuit languages, leaders say - CBC.ca
New Indigenous languages law does not protect Inuit languages, leaders say  CBC.ca

Inuit leaders are calling on the Canadian government to make a real commitment to protect Inuit languages, saying the recently passed Indigenous Languages ...




Nunavut kids speak up about 'unacceptable' state of mental health services - CBC.ca
Nunavut kids speak up about 'unacceptable' state of mental health services  CBC.ca

Youth in Nunavut say they don't know how to access mental health services, or what services are available to them ? and the territory's representative for ...




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