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Nakasuk School students read books and sing songs to the elders at the Iqaluit Elders Centre. Nakasuup ilinniaqtingit uqalimaaqtut ammalu ingiqattaqtut innatuqarnnut, Iqaluit innatuqarnnut illunganit.

 

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Duration:

3m

Tagged:

arts, Canadian Inuit, elders, entertaining, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, Nunavut, storybooks, storytelling

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Iqaluit, Nunavut

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The ocean, with its colours, sounds and energies infuse with spirit and wisdom the dialogue between two young girls and their grandfathers. We, Mapuche Lafkenche, observe the ocean's Az so that we may become one with it, maintaining the balance of our relationship with this space that we call Lafkenmapu.

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Duration:

8m 1s

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children, Chile, elders, identity, mapuche, Ocean

Languages:

mapudungun

Location:

Wallmapu

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Mary Ineak sings "If you're happy and you know it" with two children, Tooneejoulee Kootoo and Mialia Shiutiapik, and plays an animal card game. Miali Ainia marruunik surusiinni ingiqatiqaqtillugu "quviasummarikuviimi" ammalu pinguaqatiqaqtillugu uumajuit missaanut.

 

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Duration:

6m 40s

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art, arts, Canadian Inuit, children, games, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, Nunavut, puppets, songs

Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Iqaluit, Nunavut

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A storybook about the legend of Nuliajuk (the Sea Goddess). Nuliajuk wasn't respected by the people he lived with. His family were moving to another land and left him alone. Nuliajuk swam to one of the kayaks. The person who was paddling went where the deepest ocean was and pushed him off the kayak. Nuliajuk tried to hold onto the kayak, but the man cut the tips off his left fingers.

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Duration:

3m 45s

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Canadian Inuit, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, legend, Nuliajuk, Nunavut, out on the land, sea goddess, storytelling

Languages:

Inuktitut

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Gina reads a book to Johnny called "Ujarait" (rocks). Giina uqalimaaqtuq Jaanimu uqalimaagaq atiqaqtuq "Ujarait".

 

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4m 3s

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Languages:

Inuktitut

Location:

Iqaluit, Nunavut

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Anaanatsiaq tells a legend about how the fog started. A man went fishing and when he saw a huge man, he fainted. He woke up in the giant people's tent. He grabbed an axe and started running away. The giant woman ran after him. The boy hit the land with the axe and the water started flowing.

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Duration:

3m 32s

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Canadian Inuit, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, legend, Nunavut, puppets, storybook, storytelling

Languages:

Inuktitut

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Animated storytelling about three brothers who didn't have parents. They had to hunt for themselves in order to survive. They were walking and looking for animals to hunt. They were so hungry. They got back to their tent and the oldest sibling said "I'm going in the tent and I will come out as a wolf." He sang a song and came out as a wolf.

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Duration:

6m 38s

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Canadian Inuit, family, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, legend, Nunavut, storybook, storytelling

Languages:

Inuktitut

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A storybook called "Ulluq inuusingani Qalaapiuk" (Qalaapik's day). Uqalimaagaq atilik "Ulluq inuusingani Qalaapiuk."

 

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Duration:

2m 19s

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Canadian Inuit, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, Nunavut, storybook, storytelling

Languages:

Inuktitut

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The legend about Kautjakjuk. Kautjakjuk didn't have any parents. He slept in the front porch of the igloo in between two dirty dogs. Every night, he would sing to the moon. One day, a man from the moon came and told him "I want to whip you so you will get bigger." He whipped Kautjakjuk and so he became a big person, bigger than everyone else and he hid in an igloo.

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Duration:

4m 7s

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Canadian Inuit, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, legend, Nunavut, traditional storytelling

Languages:

Inuktitut

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A teacher reads a book about a crazy mannik (egg) and sings Nuukaakuulu with the childern. Ilisaiji uqalimaaqtillugu "sikkangajaaq manni"mi ammalu ingiqtillugi Nuukaakuuluumi.

 

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Duration:

3m 13s

Tagged:

art, Canadian Inuit, children, IBC, inuit broadcasting corporation, Nunavut, songs, storybook, storytelling, syllabics

Languages:

Inuktitut