When three Newfoundland and Labrador men heard of the CanInfra Challenge back in January, they decided to go for it. Read More
It is my hope that my story helps Inuit who are trying to find their biological parents. Read More
Iqaluit’s Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory has been named the winner of the inaugural Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award. Read More
A Taloyoak woman charged with animal cruelty following the death of a puppy says she’s been falsely accused and her life has become increasingly difficult since the criminal allegation has been made public. Read More
Joe Savikataaq stepped into unseated Premier Paul Quassa’s shoes after an unprecedented vote of non-confidence June 14.
The Arviat South MLA was pronounced premier after two rounds of voting. Fellow Kivalliq MLAs Patterk Netser and Lorne Kusugak were also in the running. Read More
A 29-year-old Iglulik man faces multiple charges after two youths in Iqaluit were allegedly approached by an individual seeking sexual services in exchange for payment on June 12. Read More
Seven months after being elected premier after one round of votes, Paul Quassa will see MLAs debate and vote on whether he should be stripped of his powers June 14. Read More
Which side of the ride to ride on, what to remember before leaving a driveway and the importance of wearing a helmet were among the topics covered during a May 31 bicycle rodeo at Quqshuun Ilihakvik School in Gjoa Haven. The students, with instruction from RCMP Const. Peter Phillips, then took to an obstacle course set up in the school’s gym to demonstrate their ability to follow safe practices. Read More
Students at Tuugaalik High School closed out their school year by enjoying the blend of traditional-and-modern programming the school has become well-known for in Naujaat this past month. Read More
Sea ice in Cambridge Bay and Kugluktuk is lasting for shorter periods, according to research by a university students. Read More
The relatively few works by the late Taloyoak artist Karoo Ashevak continue to be coveted, proven by a successful $90,000 auction bid on May 29 for one of his sculptures. Read More
Steven Lonsdale had a plan – graduate high school at age 17, attend Nunavut Sivuniksavut for a year, and jump over to Nunavut Arctic College’s Environmental Technology Program (ETP). Read More
OOLOO! OOLOO! INUIN NAMAINNAKTUT IKALUKTUTIAMI. TINGMIAN TIKINMIYUT. KIHIMI ANURAINNAKTUK NUNAKPUT. APUINNAKLU. MAHAKNIAKKUK KILAMINNUAK. INUIN SIKIITUUKTUT HULI TINGMIAKHIUKTUT. IKALUKTUTIAMI APKUTIT IMMANGNIALIKMIYUT.
OOLOO! OOLOO! Big hello from the island of smiling wind-tanned faces of Cambridge Bay.
Planning for a beluga and seal hunt using only harpoons and spears and catching ducks with nets, Don Ayalik was ready to teach his protege and close friend Jeremy Tremblay more traditional skills. Read More
Over a two-year period, Bart Hanna spent many days creating and refining the details of his Sedna carving in his Iglulik workshop, only to find his artwork shattered on the floor one day in May. Read More
Honestly, can we stop with all this crap about an actual monster living in Loch Ness? Read More