Around the Kiv: Bingo cheaters beware

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Cheaters beware

Rankin Inlet

An old yet effective device is now being used for all bingo games in Rankin Inlet.

This simple yet effective devise will now be used to determine that winning bingo cards have not been tampered with in Rankin Inlet. Photo courtesy hamlet of Rankin Inlet

By holding the winning card over the light in the box, it can be determined whether the card was tampered with.

 

Search ongoing

Baker Lake

As of press time the search for a man reported missing in Baker Lake remained ongoing.

Reportedly missing is Baker resident Terrence Hiqiniq, who is originally from Gjoa Haven.

 

Hockey registration

Rankin Inlet

Hockey moms and dads in Rankin Inlet are reminded that there are only two days remaining to register young players for the upcoming minor league season in Rankin.

Players may be registered at the old arena on Friday, Oct. 11, and Friday, Oct. 18, from 1 to 5 p.m.

Registration costs for the season are $150.

Friday, Oct. 18, will also see the free hockey-gear giveaway at the old arena from 1 to 5 p.m.

 

Principals gathering

Iqaluit/Kivalliq

Nunavut school principals and other education staff gathered to network, update their training and learn new skills in Iqaluit last month.

The Nunavut Principals’ Conference ran from Sept. 21 to 27.

Principals from all regions attended the gathering focused on Safe and Caring Schools.

The principals learned a number of strategies for ensuring safe and healthy schools in order to foster optimal academic, social-emotional and cultural growth.

Those who attended the conference returned to their communities, students and coworkers with sharper tools in their schoolbags, such as learning to become a better ally, practical ways to help students self-regulate their behaviour and best practices for a trauma-informed school environment.

 

Advisory lifted

Baker Lake

The community of Baker Lake had its boil-water advisory lifted Friday, Oct. 4.

Also in Baker, the Baker Lake Celebration of Hope will take place on Saturday, Oct. 26, and Sunday, Oct. 27, from 7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. at the Qamanittuaq Recreation Centre

And, finally, the Community Health and Wellness Committee is now running a sewing course being delivered at the wellness building from Oct. 8 to 31 from 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.

The sewing program is being instructed

by Alice Mannik.

Participants are learning to sew parkas, wind pants, an amauti and atayuks.

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