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NEWS: Fit to win: Iqaluit firefighters grab gold in St. John's Iqalungmiut can rest easy: the city's firefighters are on top of their game. Four firefighters from Iqaluit's fire department returned home triumphant in August after claiming gold in a team relay event at a regional firefighting skills competition in
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NEWS: Northern Tory candidates slam NDP-Lib cap-and-trade plans The day after United States President Barack Obama said in Alaska that climate change “will define the contours of this century more dramatically than any other,” the three Conservative candidates in the northern territories put out a statement Sept.
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NEWS: Iqaluit: don't forget that “other” vote on Oct. 19 While you're thinking deeply about who you want to send to Ottawa on Oct. 19 to represent Nunavut in Parliament, don't forget, if you live in Iqaluit, that another vote will occur that same day. And it's an election that might have more direct impac
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NEWS: Nunavut government wants you to cycle the globe for suicide prevention The Government of Nunavut wants you to get active for suicide prevention. The GN is once again inviting Nunavummiut to take part in Cycle Around the Globe, held in advance of World Suicide Prevention Day, Sept. 10. That's when community teams are encour
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NEWS: Nunavut college won't re-open Ukkivik residence in Iqaluit Nunavut Arctic College won't re-open its Ukkivik residence in Iqaluit this year, nor anytime soon, the college said this week. This past April, a fire broke out in the student residence and program space. No students or staff were injured, but the build
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NEWS: Inuit org leaders opt to fly first-class in “extraordinary cases” Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.'s elected leaders will now have the option of upgrading their flights from coach to executive class thanks to a recent amendment to their travel policy, passed Sept 2. The new amendment, brought forth at an NTI board of directors
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NEWS: Photo: Passing on the comms torch Read full story for latest details.
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NEWS: Quebec minister's visit to Nunavik highlights infrastructure, training needs Quebec's health minister says his recent trip to Nunavik will help to better inform the government's response to the region's health care needs. But Nunavimmiut must meet the province half way, said Dr. Gaétan Barrette. Barrette, accompanied by Abo
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NEWS: Inuit org president urges go-slow approach to Roman orthography Delegates attending a Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. board of directors meeting in Iqaluit this week, including the organization's president, are skeptical about a recent recommendation from Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami on the adoption of Roman orthography to create
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NEWS: Obama, Arctic delegates call for “urgent action” on climate change After hearing Barack Obama declare that climate change is the defining issue of the century, leaders from 19 nation states and the European Union — including Canada — said in a joint statement Aug. 31 that they're committed to “urgent action” ai
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