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    roads to communities or "Less communities"? ...

    roads to communities or "Less communities"?

    Would Nunavut be stronger with fewer communities? MLA a cbc article
    Pat Angnakak says the difficult issue needs to be addressed in a candid and...
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    I think it has more to do with the size of the...

    I think it has more to do with the size of the town/city. More people = more disconnect and less "community". Communities exist in larger populated areas but tend to be numerous, tightly packed, and...
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    It's also not good to sleep near your phone while...

    It's also not good to sleep near your phone while it's on.

    Cell phones and sleep incompatible for teens
    A CTV Calgary article
    - "Sixteen-year-old Madison Breckenridge, like many teenagers,...
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    This is something that gets played regularly at...

    This is something that gets played regularly at the youth center, they love it.
  5. Government poised to unveil ‘transformational’ aboriginal education reforms: Minister

    Government poised to unveil ‘transformational’ aboriginal education reforms: Minister


    OTTAWA — The Harper government is poised to release a contentious plan to reform education for First Nations...
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    Maybe a general check of the infrastructure for...

    Maybe a general check of the infrastructure for all houses over 20 years old in nunavut. this should be something done possibly yearly to keep up with things before they get bad like this.
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    Sticky: Poll: Something I do get the chance to do on the...

    Something I do get the chance to do on the weekends when I've access to a vehicle is to head out to where there is very little light pollution and take out my telescope. The view is gorgeous, getting...
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    I always enjoyed biology, learning about what we...

    I always enjoyed biology, learning about what we and life is made up of always interested me. Though now, if i had a choice to go back to school, Id consider taking Psychology or Philosophy.
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    Sticky: Poll: Sadly I work most of my weekends.. As everyone...

    Sadly I work most of my weekends.. As everyone thinking TGIF I'm thinking darn.. I can't wait till Monday! :)
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    I'd invest in a community business, or a number...

    I'd invest in a community business, or a number of them, establish a development corporation and do what I could to support my community to help make a place where my kids and others can be proud of...
  11. NEB puts Nunavut seismic testing review into limbo

    NEWS: Around the Arctic July 17, 2013 - 9:42 am
    If Sept. 5 info deadline not met, “the board will consider the application withdrawn”
    PETER VARGA

    An application for extensive seismic testing in...
  12. New Nunavut Facebook group seeks action on homelessness

    Nunatsiaq News
    NEWS: Nunavut July 23, 2013 - 8:45 am
    New Nunavut Facebook group seeks action on homelessness, housing
    “We have been plagued with the devastating realities around homelessness and...
  13. Thread: Hello July

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    We had a great canada day here in Pang!...

    We had a great canada day here in Pang! University of Manitoba students arrived a couple days before canada, as they do every year, which is a nice addition to the community and something I can...
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    The waiting list in Pangnirtung is terrible, some...

    The waiting list in Pangnirtung is terrible, some have been on the list for year, the longest i've heard of was around 3 years waiting. but then again, there have been a large number of houses that...
  15. Thread: Drinking at Home?

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    That's a good point Sam, and kind of how I...

    That's a good point Sam, and kind of how I learned to drink, though it's not something I do very often or even have a chance to as I reside in a dry community. I was lucky to have parents aware of...
  16. Thread: Social Capital

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    Hi Chris, I want to thank you for joining us...

    Hi Chris,

    I want to thank you for joining us on here, and thank you for all the support you've provided in Pang. You should come back up for a visit soon :)

    When I met Chris back in 2007, I...
  17. Nunavut spending far less than Yukon or Northwest Territories on education

    CBC NewsEye on the Arctic
    May 21, 2013

    A report from Statistics Canada shows that the eastern Arctic territory of Nunavut spends significantly less on students than the Northwest Territories...
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    Nunavut steps closer to easing alcohol rules...

    Nunavut steps closer to easing alcohol rules
    Proposed changes to territory’s Liquor Act headed for committee review
    A CBC News North Article

    Nunavut is one step closer to selling alcohol...
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    Retail booze in Nunavut? Proceed with caution.

    EDITORIAL: Nunavut May 03, 2013 - 7:08 am
    NUNATSIAQ NEWS
    Despite its sometimes questionable recommendations, last fall’s report of the Nunavut Liquor Act Review Task Force got at least one thing...
  20. Making contact - Rankin students speak to astronaut on space station

    Darrell Greer
    Northern News Services Full Article
    Published Wednesday, May 1, 2013
    KANGIQLINIQ/RANKIN INLET

    The gymnasium was packed as students at Maani Ulujuk Ilinniarvik (MUI) made contact...
  21. Nunasi offers scholarships to Nunavut Inuit students

    "To encourage Inuit to continue with their education, pursue academic excellence"

    NUNATSIAQ NEWS

    Nunasi Corp., in partnership with Nuna Logistics, NCC Investment Group Ltd, Polar Vision and...
  22. Assimilating Canadians into the wisdom of Indigenous ancestors BY DEREK RASMUSSEN

    Link to Full article

    This year, the Idle No More movement called for Earth Day rallies to focus attention on the links between Indigenous issues and the environmental movement.
    Events leading up...
  23. Nunavut embraces new slogan during Education Week

    A Nunatsiaq Online News article

    “Parents: Motivate. Students: Participate. Together we can graduate"

    Nunavut Premier Eva Aariak, who is also Nunavut’s education minister, is encouraging...
  24. Iqaluit DEA lends late support to parents association

    A CBC North Article

    Victory for elementary school parents who have been fighting to form association

    The Iqaluit District Education Authority has lent its support to the Nakasuk
    Parents...
  25. Bootleg booze common in Kimmirut, despite lift of alcohol ban

    Check the full article out at CBC News North

    "It's been just over a year since Kimmirut residents voted to allow alcohol into the hamlet, but bootlegged booze is still making its way into the...
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