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Simeonie Akpalialuk named new chair of QEC board

Simeonie Akpalialuk has been chosen as chairperson of Qulliq Energy Corporation's board of directors and Keith Peterson will serve as vice-chair, QEC announced Thursday. Akpalialuk,...

Keeping the John Ayaruaq Library doors open

A large group of kids gathered at John Ayaruaq Library at Maani Ulujuk Ilinnarvik for a special afternoon highlighted by RCMP officers and volunteer...

Ottawa gives $21.5 million to Kitikmeot road and port project

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 “shovel...

Dog days of summer for Kivalliq softball

Rankin Inlet travelled to Churchill, Man., in 2017 and grabbed the championship banner in the inaugural Calm Air Hudson Bay Classic softball championship. Rankin was...

Baker Lake boater still missing after two weeks of searching

Extensive searches for Baker Lake's Solomon Tulurialik have been unsuccessful after two weeks. Tulurialik, 29, went missing while out boating with his son and stepson...

AROUND NUNAVUT: Butterflies, a scholarship and Arctic journeys

Inhabit publishes butterfly guide for children Nunavut A new offering from Iqaluit-based Inhabit Media seeks to guide budding lepidopterologists. A Children's Guide to Arctic Butterflies by Mia...

Diamond memories in Rankin Inlet

Coral Harbour (Salliq) downed the upstart Rankin Inlet U14 team 14-0 in the championship game to claim the 2019 Kivalliq junior softball tournament in...

Long-term care centres initial contract awarded, but GN won’t reveal value

The Government of Nunavut has selected Winnipeg-based FT3 Architecture Landscape Interior Design to provide design and construction administration services for three new long-term facilities...

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