Youth program looks ahead

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The Recreation and Parks Association of Nunavut (RPAN) is already off and running with its summer programming but there’s the hope that it will become bigger. And with some help from Nunavut Tunngavik (NTI), it just might. NTI’s Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corporation announced its recipients from the project concepts call from fall 2017 last month...
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James McCarthy
After being a nomad around North America following my semi-debauched post-secondary days, I put down my roots in Yellowknife in 2006. I’ve been keeping this sports seat warm with NNSL for the better part of the last 10 years over two stints. I’m living the dream of everyone who said they would never get married and never have kids with the best wife you could ask for putting up with my crap for the past 11 years along with two daughters who are more beautiful than yours. Forever outnumbered when it comes to house choices, at least the dog has my back ... whenever I feed him. When you see sports happening, call the hotline at 867 766 8257.