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NEWS: Solar panel installation successful in northern Nunavut town It was cold on the hands sometimes and they didn't always have the exact tool they were looking for, but the man in charge of installing 27 solar panels on Clyde River's community hall says with help from local people, the job got done. Duncan Martin,
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NEWS: Housing, healing and rehabilitating Nunavut inmates: Have your say Along with asking you what you might want included in a new Education Act, the Nunavut government also wants to know what Nunavummiut think about how convicted criminals are incarcerated and then reintegrated into the community. Following an announcement
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NEWS: Nunavik midwives deliver centre's 3,000th baby Leah Unaluk feels lucky that she could deliver all five of her children so close to home — at the maternity centre in her hometown of Puvirnituq, along Nunavik's Hudson coast. But baby number five, born after a quick, two-hour labour in the early hour
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NEWS: Free singing, acting worshop returns to Nunavut capital Sometimes, the best learning happens when you don't realize you're learning — you're too busy having fun and being creative. That's the philosophy of opera singer and music teacher Gwenna Fairchild-Taylor who will bring back a popular music and
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NEWS: Nunavut women's group asks Ottawa to reconsider MMIWG inquiry commissioner Qulliit Nunavut Status of Women is added its voice to a call for Ottawa to appoint an Inuk commissioner for the upcoming national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. After months of consultation, the federal government formally a
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NEWS: Retired social worker walks, talks for Inuit foster children Lorraine Loranger wants to see more safe houses for Nunavik children, women and their families, and she's willing to walk across the country for it. The retired social worker, who spent part of her career in Nunavik, is about 1,400 kilometres into a cro
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NEWS: Kugluktuk man charged with arson A 22-year-old man is facing charges of arson and breach of undertaking in relation to a suspicious fire Aug. 1 at a residence in the western Nunavut town of Kugluktuk. The Nunavut RCMP issued a news release Aug. 25 saying officers responded Aug. 1 to a su
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NEWS: What you read on from Aug. 14 to Aug. 21 The lead story again this week was on a recurring topic: Nunavut MP Hunter Tootoo — and how the “cone of silence,” an idiom born within the 1960s spy-spoof television show “Get Smart,” appears to have fallen upon Nunavut public officials with re
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COMMENTARY: Legal Ease, Aug. 24 The law does not deal with everything. And that's a good thing — one definition of a totalitarian state is a place where everything is prescribed — from what you say, to what you think, to where you live and what you do in your spare time. In Canada
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NEWS: Iqaluit City Council set to adopt new vision statement The City of Iqaluit is set to adopt a new vision statement that celebrates the cultural diversity of Nunavut's “hub” city and makes new calls for transparency and accountability, following an approved draft presented Aug. 23 to city councillors. The
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