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Eva Aariak is seen at a public event during her time as Premier. NNSL file photo

Former Nunavut Premier named to Order of Canada

A former Premier of Nunavut was named to the Order of Canada on Thursday Eva Aariak, the territory's second premier, was among 103 Canadians selected to the order by Governor General Julie Payette. Aariak is...
Leo Kaludjak tries to control the puck in the corner and avoid the check of the NWT's Liam Carroll. James McCarthy/NNSL photo

Canada Games hockey heads west

It's not often teams from the North are able to get together as they prepare for the Canada Winter Games and it's rarer still to get to play against your competition before the games...

Kugluktuk lacrosse impacting the west

A man born and raised in Kugluktuk is now teaching youth across the Western Arctic the fundamentals of lacrosse. Kyle Aviak just spent two full days teaching students in Fort Providence, NWT the ins and...
Minor hockey players, from left, Ricky Putumiraqtuq, Brya Kingunkotok, Daniel Kingunkotok and Amos Nakoolak are having a blast hanging-out with head instructor David Clark of Rankin Inlet during the Rankin Rock Season Opener hockey camp in Baker Lake. That camp was followed up last week with another one in Arviat. Photo courtesy David Clark

Rankin camp heads to Arviat

The Rankin Rock hockey camp tour came to an end last week in Arviat. The Rankin Rock won a $ 80,000 Youth Arctic Inspiration prize earlier this year in order to expand the camp outside...
Jennifer Ellsworth is seen at an event earlier this year receiving an award. Ellsworth is one of the newest black belts at the Iqaluit Taekwondo Society. NNSL file photo

More black belts for Iqaluit Taekwondo Society

Two members of the Iqaluit Taekwondo Society recently received their black belts. Jennifer Ellsworth became a newly minted marshal arts master by earning her first degree black belt while Maryse Mahy received her third degree...

Our North, our heritage, our future

To the editor, At the Conservative Party of Canada's policy convention last month in Halifax, the three Northern territories were successful in advancing a policy declaration which contains exciting news for the North. Titled "Our North,...

The value of being reliable

Reliability means we can count on a company, organization, group or individual. In today's world this can be difficult to maintain. Many of us have gone through the motions of saying, "I'm here for you,...

New top Mountie could bring real change

Brenda Lucki said all the right things while being sworn in as the first female commissioner of the RCMP in history this past Thursday, Sept. 6, at Regina, Sask.’s, F Division. Lucki comes aboard during...
photo courtesy Brad Dillon

Grad day in Naujaat

The community of Naujaat came together to see Tuugaalik High School celebrate its largest graduating class in history on Aug. 24. The Class of 2018 had 20 students hear their names called to come forward...
NNSL file photo Bear attacks have claimed the lives of a man in Naujaat and Arviat during July and August of 2018 in the Kivalliq region.

Not time for emotional response, says MLA

Reducing the threat of bear attacks in the Kivalliq depends on a cohesive effort that gives everyone a voice that will be heard, not “crazy talk,” said Arviat North/Whale Cove MLA John Main. Main made...
NNSL file photo Bear attacks have claimed the lives of a man in Naujaat and Arviat during July and August of 2018 in the Kivalliq region.

Not time for emotional response, says MLA

Reducing the threat of bear attacks in the Kivalliq depends on a cohesive effort that gives everyone a voice that will be heard, not “crazy talk,” said Arviat North/Whale Cove MLA John Main. Main made...
Darrell Greer/NNSL photo Barney Tootoo displays the sign and memorial picture dedicated to the fifth annual Suicide Prevention Walk in memory of his son, Terence Tootoo, in Rankin Inlet on Aug. 28, 2018.

Focus now on celebrating life

A large crowd came out in support of the fifth annual Suicide Prevention Walk in Rankin Inlet on Aug. 28. The annual event is held in memory of Terence Tootoo. The crowd of people met at...

Update: Luxury liner freed from rocks

Two Canadian Coast Guard icebreakers were called to rescue a luxury cruise ship that ran aground outside of Kugaruuk, Aug. 24. “We are in charge of the operation and passenger vessel Akademik Ioffe is floating...
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