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Environment Canada expects mild winter in Nunavut

Environment Canada is predicting above normal temperatures in Nunavut this winter. All three regions including the Kivalliq, Qikiqtaaluk and Kitikmeot are predicted to be warmer...

TMAC official insists mining company ‘did not pollute’

From Alex Buchan, director of community and external relations for TMAC Resources Inc.: TMAC Resources would like to inform readers of Environment and Climate Change...

Bowhead washes ashore near Kugaaruk

A dead bowhead whale came ashore approximately 80 km from Kugaaruk recently. It was approximately 40-feet in length. A bowhead whale like this one, but approximately...

QIA imposes fees for tourism operators

Commercial tourism operators accessing Inuit-owned lands in the Qikiqtani region will now have to pay fees to the Qikiqtani Inuit Association. The proposed rates include...

Around the Kiv: Bingo cheaters beware

Cheaters beware Rankin Inlet An old yet effective device is now being used for all bingo games in Rankin Inlet. This simple yet effective devise will now...

Agnico Eagle achieves commercial production from Amaruq deposit

Despite some troubles due to heavy rainfall and consequent prolonged removal of groundwater, the Amaruq deposit is now producing gold at a commercial rate. "With...

Nunavut police spending rises 14 per cent

RCMP operating expenditures rose by 14 per cent in 2018 compared to 2017, which was the biggest jump among all provincial and territorial police,...

Cambridge Bay hosts Kitikmeot Inuit Association AGM

UBLUKKUT. IKALUKTUUTIAMIT. INUIN NAAMAINNAQTUT. UKIULIQTUK NUNAKPUT. UMIAT AYAKATAKTUT INIRUNAKHIYUT. NAUNA. NUTAKKAT ILIHALIKTUT AMIRAILIKTUT IKALUKTUUTIAMI. INUINLU ILIHARIAKTUT TIKIHIMALIKTUT. NAGUJUMIK ILIHAJAVUN ILLAA. QAJAQTUKTUT HULI QANITTUNUAMI. HIKULIQMAT...

Sanikiluaq’s Quentin Sala is making a name for himself in recreation

As Sanikiluaq's assistant recreation manager makes his way around town, he often hears his name being called. “Quentin! Quentin!” numerous children holler excitedly. Quentin Sala has...

Around the Kiv: Federal candidates make the rounds

On the election trail Kivalliq Nunavut candidates are hitting the campaign trail harder as the Oct. 21 federal election draws nearer. Conservative Party candidate for Nunavut in...

Want to have a say about minimum wage? Take a GN survey

The Department of Justice is reviewing the minimum wage rate in the territory and is requesting feedback from Nunavummiut. The department's minimum wage survey can...

Trade show nurtures blossoming Kivalliq economy

The Kivalliq Trade Show is more important to the region’s economy today than ever before, said Nunavut Development Corp. president Darrin Nichol. The show wrapped-up...

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