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Elder-care facility approved for Rankin

The Kivalliq region is finally going to have its own long-term elder-care facility. The multi-million dollar 24-bed facility to be located in Rankin Inlet was...

Bob Leonard begins 12th year as Arviat mayor after election win

There can be no doubt who the Kivalliq's elder statesman is, as far as municipal politics are concerned, following Bob Leonard's fifth-consecutive election win...

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...

Planning starts early for K’amba Carnival

The 2020 K'amba Carnival is almost four months away, but planning for the annual winter festival on the Hay River Reserve has already begun. The...

Is it time for Nunavummiut to build their own homes again?

Discussion over Nunavut’s housing shortage turned to reflection on the Housing Assistance Program (HAP) when Nunavut was part of the NWT. It is great to...

Enterprise councillor banned from entering Community Hall

Bruce Proud, a councillor with the Hamlet of Enterprise, has been banned from entering the municipality's Community Hall for three months over accusations that...

New bridge opens over the Hay River

A new bridge over the Hay River is open for business. According to Chief April Martel of K'atlodeeche First Nation (KFN), traffic began to cross...

Departing development corp president gets recognition from minister

The Government of Nunavut is searching for a new president for the Nunavut Development Corporation. Darrin Nichol, president of the Nunavut Development Corporation for the...

Ulukhaktok to get its own Internet

A young woman from Ulukhaktok is undertaking training to bring higher-speed and cheaper Internet to her community. Sydone Okheena, 20, is in Hawaii undertaking training...

Exclusive: Letter warns against ‘outing’ Tsiigehtchic bootleggers

A Tsiigehtchic resident is concerned after the community's council recently encouraged citizens to “out” bootleggers. In a letter to territorial media outlets, Lawrence Norbert wrote...