Elders and Youth from each of the 7 communities across the Kitikmeot
region participated in a Language and Culture Camp in Omingmaktok (Bay
Chimo) and Hiraarvik from August 10-16. Youth learned traditional
skills such as sewing, tool making, hunting and meat/skin preparation.
Participants from across the region flew into Cambridge Bay, where a
charter transported them to Bay Chimo. Foll… Uqalimakkanirit
The Inuusivut Project is a national initiative of the Embrace Life Council and the National Inuit Youth Council. The primary objective of the project is to learn, document and share - through a variety of multi-media techniques - how Inuit perceive, express, develop, foster and promote mental health.… Uqalimakkanirit
Ullumi is designed to be meaningful to both northern and southern
audiences. The film's stories are told from the points of view of four
young people from Nunavik and Nunavut who affirm their Inuit identity
in an age of information, technology and self-determination. For more information go to:
On December 7, 2005, Silla Watt-Cloutier and sixty-two Inuit
hunters and elders from communities across Canada and Alaska filed a petition with
the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.… Uqalimakkanirit
Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change had its world premiere October 23, 2010, at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival in Toronto. The complete film also streamed online simultaneously watched by more than 1500 viewers around the world. Following the film, a Q&A with filmmakers Zacharias Kunuk and Dr.… Uqalimakkanirit
Puhitaq is an emerging video & cultural arts company owned and operated by Stacey Aglok MacDonald of Kugluktuk.
Puhitaq is dedicated to producing inspiring film and arts projects that are engaging and culturally relevant to Inuit across Canada and to develop and produce creative projects that promote education, wellness, social reflection and cultural knowledge.