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Cambridge Bay tea talk: Take care of each other

HALUUQQUGUT. IQALUKTUUTIAKMIUT NAAMMAINNAQTURUT. HILA ALIANAQHIJUQ. QAUMALIQPAKTUK UPLANNUAMI. UPINGALIKTUK. INUIN IQALIKIJUT AUDLAATIJUTLU KUVYALIKTUTLU HILA ALIANAQHIMAN. IPAKHANI PIQHIQPAKTUK. INUIN AUDLAAQNAHUAT AHU. UMIKHIMANGMATTA ILIHAKVIIT. TAMNA AANNIARUT TIKINMAT NUNAQJUAMUN ILLA. NIUVIKVIIT KIHIMI UNGMAUMAJUT QUANA ILLA. NIGIVIITLU INUINLU QABLUNAATLU...

Dog from Cambridge Bay tests positive for rabies

The Department of Health is informing residents of Cambridge Bay that a dog from the community has tested positive for rabies, according to a March 20 news release. The dog was recently euthanized at the...

Tea Talk: Community warmth during the coldest time of year

UPLUKKUT IQALUKTUUTIAMIT. HILA NIGLAQPIAQTUQ. QAUMAHAINAQPAQTUQ PINNIKHIPLUNI NUNANNAUVUT. ANGNANLU HANAVAKTUTLU ALIANAQ ILIHAKTUT. AANURANIKLU PUALUKHANIKLU KAMMAHANIKLU MIQHUQTUT. QUANA ILAUJUT ILLA. HANAUJALIQTUTLU KALGIANILU. ULUKHANIKLU AUDLAATIHANIKLU HANAJUT. TAPKUAT HAMLATKUTLU AALIATKUTLU IKAJUKTUT KINAUJAKHANIK. INIQAQATTA UPAINNAGIALRIT. AKIQANGNITUT ILAURUMAGUVIT. INUIN NAAMAINNAQTUT....

Ulu workshops for public

Valter Botelho-Resendes, owner of Aaliak Consulting, in collaboration with the Department of Healthy Living in Cambridge Bay put on a workshop that ran from Feb. 17 to 21. This program was open to all who...

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...

Editorial: Well-being of children lost in bus funding debate

When our elders would tell us they used to walk to school in -40, in three feet of snow, walking uphill both ways, many might take it for granted when a school bus is...

Cambridge Bay DEA wants GN to take over school bus service

The Cambridge Bay District Education Authority doesn’t have the funds to fix the community’s untrustworthy school bus so it wants the Government of Nunavut to take responsibility for the service. Cambridge Bay’s school bus hasn’t...

New Cambridge Bay HTO office expected to open next week

After several months of construction, the wait is almost over for the new Ekaluktutiak Hunters and Trappers Organization (EHTO) office building to open. A final walk-through is set for Friday and it's hoped that the...

Childhood memories from Cambridge Bay

UBLUKKUT IQALUKTUUTIAMIT. INUIN NAAMMAINNAQTUT. HILA NIGLAQMIJUQ. ALAPPAAQNAQHIJUQ ILLA. QAUMAQPAQTUQ UBLAANUAMI KIHIMI TAAKHIINAKTUQ QILAMINNUAQ. INUIN AUDLAAQPAKTUT TUKTUHIUKTUTLU IQALIKIVAKHUTIK. NUTAQQAT ILIHAKTUT NAAMMAINNAQTUT. QUVIAHUKVIK TIKILIKMAT HANAKIVAQTUT. QUNGNIAKTITINIAQMIJUT DESEMPA 12MI. QULLIIT IKINMIJUT QUVIAHUVINGMI QAKLILIKMAT. PIHUGAGNAT PINNIHIJUQ. HULILUGAKNIAQMIJUT IQALUKTUUTIAMI...

Starting to feel like Christmas in Cambridge Bay

AIK. IKALUKTUUTIAMI HILA ALAAPPAQNAIKTUK. INUIN UUGAKHIUQTUTLU. TUKTUHIUKTUTLU AHIAKMI. TAAKHILIKMIYUK. QILAMINNUAQ HIQINIQ TAMMAQPAKPUQ. NUTAQQAT INUUHAATLU INUIN NAAMAINNAQTUT. QUVIAHUKVIK TIKILIKMAT QULLIIT PINNIQHIJUT. Greetings from Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, land of the snow and ice on Victoria Island. Weather has...

Cambridge Bay training hamlet staff as addictions counsellors

Cambridge Bay's on-the-land treatment program has been hailed as innovative and culturally relevant in the legislative assembly, and the hamlet is training its staff to help deliver the healing lessons. The 28-day program, which has...

Cambridge Bay man calls for movement on beer and wine store

From Rick Gillis, Cambridge Bay In the Nov. 4 edition of Nunavut News, there was an item relating to the lack of cannabis outlets in Nunavut. (Iqaluit-Manirajak MLA Adam) Arreak-Lightstone implies the GN Dept. of Finance,...

Third batch brewing for Kaapittiaq coffee

Coffee sales have reportedly been strong for Kaapittiaq, a venture started by the Pitquhirnikkut Ilihautiniq/Kitikmeot Heritage Society earlier this year. The non-profit organization was expecting its third order of beans – a 454-kg shipment, just...

Cambridge Bay withdraws name change plebiscite

A planned community name change plebiscite to be held in conjunction with the municipal election in Cambridge Bay on Oct. 28 was withdrawn. Based on input from residents, including elders, during community planning meetings, the...

Taking a witch home from the library

Close to a dozen youth got into the spirit of Halloween during an after-school craft session at the May Hakongak Community Library in Cambridge Bay on Oct. 23. The youths made some spooky witches out...

Grandparents survive terrifying plunge into icy waters near Cambridge Bay

A grandmother and grandfather are recovering after falling through the ice when their snowmobile and qamutiq hurtled into a river near Cambridge Bay on Saturday. Annie Egotik is being flown to Edmonton for health tests,...

New hunters and trappers building on pace for late November opening

Construction of the new Ekaluktutiak Hunters and Trappers Organization (EHTO) building in almost finished in Cambridge Bay. EHTO chair Bobby Greenley said the new office could be open by late November. The building, at approximately 1,200...

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...

Bus service proposed in Cambridge Bay

The viability of establishing bus service in Cambridge Bay, either as a public service or as a private undertaking, is being examined. The Kitikmeot Chamber of Commerce has undertaken the research for a pilot project....

Nunavut News Oct. 21 Edition

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