Round 1 – Nunavut’s Best Stitcher

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WINNER: Annie Petaulassie
Iqaluit

Annie Petaulassie
Iqaluit
A parka and kamiks she made.

Liza Ningiuk - submitted by daughter Susie Qaunaq<br /> Grise Fiord<br /> My mom Liza Ningiuk from Grise Fiord. She made my parka and kamiks.

Liza Ningiuk
submitted by daughter Susie Qaunaq
Grise Fiord

My mom Liza Ningiuk from Grise Fiord. She made my parka and kamiks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0309Josie Tucktoo<br /> Josie Tucktoo<br /> Cambridge Bay<br /> The artist modelling a hat she made.

Josie Tucktoo
Cambridge Bay
The artist modelling a hat she made.

 

 

 

 

 

 

0309David Anavilok<br /> Sheila Tulurialik – submitted by common-law: David Anavilok<br /> Taloyoak<br /> Here is a picture of my stitched clothing my common-law made me. Pair of Muskox Pants/Caribou Pants/Seal Pants and Seal Mitts. Sewer is Sheila Tulurialik of Taloyoak, NU. All are natural tanned.

Sheila Tulurialik
submitted by common-law partner David Anavilok
Taloyoak
Here is a picture of my stitched clothing my common-law made me. Pair of muskox pants/caribou pants/seal pants and seal mitts. All are naturally tanned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0309Ina Pikuyak<br /> Ina Pikuyak<br /> Hall Beach, living in Iglulik<br /> It's suppose to be father son parka, but I used the parka that I made more my spouse.

Ina Pikuyak
Hall Beach, living in Iglulik
It’s suppose to be a father-son parka, but I used the parka that I made more than my spouse.

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Casey has worked in journalism for more than 20 years, and with Nunavut News since 2011. His work has taken him across the North: to every community in Nunavut's Qikiqtani and Kivalliq regions; to Yellowknife, NWT; to Whitehorse, Yukon, for the 2012 Arctic Winter Games; and to Fairbanks, Alaska, for the 2014 Arctic Winter Games. Casey's local editorials were named the best in Canada in 2018 (bilingual education in Nunavut) and 2019 (Government of Nunavut toxicity), and he is the two-time recipient of Canada's top national award for community newspaper reporting, most recently in 2015 for his work covering Iqaluit's dump fire. He was the project developer for NNSL's 2016 Arctic Winter Games website and app, which won regional honours for best online project.