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Kitikmeot Trade Show a platform for new and veteran businesses, a cultural gala and...

A few hundred delegates poured into the Kiilinik High School gym Feb. 10-12 to talk business and to celebrate local culture at the 21st Kitikmeot Trade Show. Staffing the Qillaq Innovations booth at the Kitikmeot...

Exclusive: ‘When I’m out there, I feel free’

The magnificence of the landscape, the sun on the horizon and the rhythmic pounding of his dog team's paws on the snowy ground have proven to be big boosts to Devon Manik's mindset. "Before I...

More accolades for Iglulik’s Arctic Fresh

Arctic Fresh captured Startup Canada's National Social Enterprise Award during a ceremony held in Toronto on Oct. 23. The Iglulik-based online retailer prevailed in the social enterprise category when Startup Canada's regional level awards were...

Cambridge Bay’s EDO helps residents get businesses off the ground

Nunavummiut with a dream to start a business have plenty of resources. A common first stop is at the office of the community's economic development officer. In Cambridge Bay, that's Angela Gerbrandt. The first thing she'll ask...

Nunavut is open for business

Some people who toil miserably in office cubicles may look at business ownership as the cure for all workplace ills. Then they boldly strike out on entrepreneurial ventures and learn the first incontrovertible truth about...

Perserving Inuit culture by producing bowhead oil cosmetics

  Iqaluit born Bernice Kootoo Clarke has a vision to continue showcasing Inuit culture and bring healing to her people through her business. In 2012, Clarke founded a cosmetic business, right in the comfort of her...

Making the masters sacrifice: James T. Arreak determined to earn graduate business degree

James T. Arreak is attaining his master of business administration but it's coming at a price, literally. He paid for his first semester fully out of his own pocket and only found limited financial support...

Iqaluit chamber membership drive offers benefits to local business

The Iqaluit Chamber of Commerce, resurrected in early 2017 after an inactive phase, is seeking to up its membership from 42 to 55 in 2019. That's a far cry from the 18 members – eight...