inuit tapiriit kanatami

  • 28m 48s

    00796IQ-QAG-92-__-INUK

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC

     Program: Qaggiq (“Gathering Place”) – is a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).

    Producer: Iqaluit Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Sara Arnatsiaq and Sytuki Joamie

    Uqalimakkanirit

    uploaded date: 16-03-2019

  • 28m 50s

    03182IQ-QAG-96-__-INUK

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC

     Program: Qaggiq (“Gathering Place”) – is a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).


    Producer: Iqaluit Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Leevete Atagoyuk

    Segment 1: This is a celebration of the annual “Return of the Sun” in Igloolik. Qulliq’s are lit at the public gathering.

    Uqalimakkanirit

    uploaded date: 04-01-2019

  • 28m 49s

    00778IQ-QAG-94-__-INUK

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC

    Program: Qaggiq (“Gathering Place”) – is a current affairs program (refers to a large igloo built for the gathering of several families).

    Producer: Iqaluit Inuit Broadcasting, Nunavut
    Host: Rosie Simonfalvy

    Uqalimakkanirit

    uploaded date: 03-01-2019

  • 1h 1m 28s

    Nipivut April 5th 2016

    uploaded by: samcc

    channel: Nipivut Montreal - Urban Inuit Radio

    Annie is back to host Nipivut. In this broadcast, we air the second half of Natan Obed's presentation during the National Inuit Urban Inuit strategy meeting with Tungasuvvingat Inuit in Ottawa. Annie talks with Marion Massee of Tasiutigiit, Emilayou Arnaquq of CBC Radio, and Agluvak interviews Rachel Deutsch about the Cabot Square project.

    Special thanks to Sara and David. 

    Uqalimakkanirit

    uploaded date: 16-08-2016

  • EU court rejects Inuit appeal against seal fur ban

    uploaded by: Cara Di Staulo

    channel: Isuma News

    Europe's top court on Thursday rejected an appeal by Inuit seal hunters and fur traders against an EU ban on products derived from the Arctic animals.

    "The court dismisses the appeal in its entirety," the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice said in a final ruling issued after an appeal against a September 2011 decision from its general court.

    That court had refused at the time to hear a challenge brought by 17 organisations, including Canada's largest Inuit group, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK).

    The European Union ban, approved in 2009 under pressure from animal rights groups, includes an exemption for seal products derived from hunts traditionally conducted by Inuit and indigenous communities for subsistence.

    But Canada's indigenous groups fear it will severely damage their traditional seal hunt.

    The Canada-led campaign to lift the ban on the trade in seal fur and products was joined by the ITK as well as by Scottish suppliers of the sporran pouch made of seal pelt that is part of traditional Highland dress.

    The ban has been highly effective in reducing the number of seals killed commercially, with 40,000 in 2011 against 354,000 in 2006.

    Likewise the price of a pelt has dropped from about 90 euros ($118) to nine in the same timeframe.

    www.phys.org

    Uqalimakkanirit

    uploaded date: 03-10-2013