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NEWS: Nunavut power utility warns customers about telephone scam Be on guard if you answer the telephone and someone on the line says they work for the Nunavut power company, the Qulliq Energy Corp. said March 31 in a public service announcement. The QEC said it wants to warn Nunavummiut of a telephone scam that has ta
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NEWS: Montreal church transformed into Inuit-language sanctuary Special to Nunatsiaq News MONTREAL — Rev. Annie Ittoshat stops about every five minutes and gazes up at the cathedral ceiling of St. Paul's Anglican Church in Montreal. “I mean, just look at this,” Ittoshat says, craning her neck at the church's
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NEWS: Western Nunavut Inuit elect new land claims org president The Kitikmeot Inuit Association, which represents beneficiaries of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement in western Nunavut, will get a new elected president. Stanley Anablak of Cambridge Bay was elected president of KIA in a byelection March 30, the KIA's
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NEWS: Iqaluit set to celebrate 50th anniversary of Toonik Tyme spring festival Iqaluit's 50th Toonik Tyme festival promises to make the Nunavut capital bloom with a city-wide celebration of spring, starting with the Easter weekend and running well into April. By popular demand, organizers of this year's half-century anniversary
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NEWS: Anti-vandalism campaign building pride, responsibility in Nunavik Imaapik Brazeau says he's used to seeing buildings in his hometown of Kangiqsualujjuaq looking a little run down; broken glass at the arena, doors that no longer open or graffiti on the walls of local homes and businesses. It's not that the 11-year-ol
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NEWS: After 25 years, help line may bring 24-7 crisis support online Soon you may be able to text the Kamatsiaqtut Help Line if you are in distress or feeling suicidal. Already you can call the Iqaluit-based service 24-7, toll free from any telephone in Nunavik or Nunavut. But in the United States, such text-based crisis l
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NEWS: WWF to host Ottawa summit on protecting Nunavut's Lancaster Sound World Wildlife Canada officials are hosting a talk with federal members of parliament in Ottawa this week focused on protecting Lancaster Sound as a National Marine Conservation Area. The WWF's all-party ocean caucus will host an event called Oceans on
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NEWS: Nunavik MP stops in Kuujjuaq on pre-election visit KUUJJUAQ — Romeo Saganash, the New Democratic Party MP for Abitibi-James Bay-Nunavik-Eeyou, says he plans to run again in this year's federal election. A rookie when elected in May 2011 with 45 per cent of the riding's vote, Saganash said he'll no
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NEWS: Arctic Council delegates ponder what works best in mental health Though suicide prevention and mental health are areas of life that only national and sub-national governments can do anything about, Arctic Council delegates from around the circumpolar world put a lot of energy last week into talking about it, especially
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NEWS: Kitikmeot Inuit go back to the polls March 30 in western Nunavut It's election day once again in western Nunavut, as eligible Kitikmeot Inuit beneficiaries vote in a March 30 byelection to choose a new president for the Kitikmeot Inuit Association. The candidates for the position are: Joseph Aglukkaq of Gjoa Have
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