• 57m 55s


    uploaded by: IBC admin

    canal: IBC 3

    Program name: Qimaivvik – was an Igloolik cultural show including storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, igloo building, etc.
    Producer: Inuit Broadcasting, Iqaluit, Nunavut
    Host: Celestine Erkidjuk
    Interviewer: Saimataq Micheal

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    uploaded date: 11-03-2020

  • 57m 55s


    uploaded by: IBC admin

    canal: IBC 3

     Program name: Qimaivvik – was an Igloolik cultural show including storytelling, hunting and sewing techniques, legends, language, igloo building, etc.
    Producer: Inuit Broadcasting, Iqaluit, Nunavut
    Host: Saimataq Michael
    Interviewer: Peter Tapatai

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    uploaded date: 11-03-2020

  • 29m 23s


    uploaded by: IBC admin

    canal: IBC

    Program: Qaujisaut (To See, To Find Out): This program was mainly directed toward Inuit youth, facing hard choices - caught between two cultures. It is entertaining, fast and fun. Up and coming young musical talent was promoted on Qaujisaut. Qaujisaut taught young people important life skills as well as touching on timely health issues and covering stories important to youth.… Leer más

    uploaded date: 20-09-2019

  • 15m 37s

    ᑖᒧᓯ ᓯᕘᕋᔪᖅ - Thomasie Gets Nervous

    uploaded by: takuginai

    canal: Takuginai Web Series

     ᑖᒧᓯᐅᑉ ᐃᓕᓐᓂᐊᕐᕕᖓ ᑕᑯᕋᓐᓈᖅᑎᑦᓯᑎᓪᓗᒋᑦ ᐱᙳᐊᖅᑕᒥᓂᒃ, ᑖᒧᓯ ᓯᕘᕋᕐᓂᕐᒥ ᐃᑉᐱᓐᓂᐊᔪᖅ. ᐅᓘᑕ ᐅᖃᐅᔾᔪᐃᒋᐊᒃᑲᓐᓂᖅᑐᖅ ᑖᒧᓯᒥᑦ ᖃᓄᐃᔾᔮᖏᓐᓂᖕᒐᓂᒃ ᑕᑯᕋᓐᓈᖅᑕᐃᓕᖅᑲᑦ.


    Thomasie is the main star of a play but he starts to get really nervous. Ooloota reassures him to be confident.


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    uploaded date: 12-04-2019

  • 58s

    Iglu:Angirraq Trailer

    uploaded by: folger

    canal: folger

    Trailer for Iglu:Angirraq, a look at the housing and homelessness crisis affecting Inuit in Iqaluit, Nunavut.

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    uploaded date: 15-09-2018

  • 22m 9s

    They Called Her Sam

    uploaded by: folger

    canal: folger

    a film by Mosha Folger

    Karen Beddard
    Ed Folger
    Nikkutai Folger

    Nancy Lesh
    Nine Inch Nails

    Extended Cut

    with financial and other assistance from SAW Video and the City of Ottawa

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    uploaded date: 19-02-2017

  • 58m 16s

    Episode 32 - December 13, 2016

    uploaded by: nipivut

    canal: Nipivut Montreal - Urban Inuit Radio

     Here's our special Christmas call-in special! We had a live call in-show with Annie Pisuktie and Kevin Tikivik hosting and interacting with our audience. We had 11 callers from all across the country: Iqaluit, Ottawa, Montreal, Trois-Rivières, Alberta and more! Each gave a special holiday message to friends and family. Enjoy!

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    uploaded date: 14-12-2016

  • Iqaluit councillors wrestle with public works capacity

    uploaded by: Cara Di Staulo

    canal: DID News

    Mining projects may lure trained staff away from city, director warns


    Iqaluit’s director of public works says the city should brace itself for the start of the Mary River iron project in north Baffin, because it could draw qualified public works staff away from the city.

    Baffinland Iron Mine Corp.’s long-awaited iron mining projectat Mary River in north Baffin awaits final approval this year.

    Public works director Keith Couture told city council Jan. 10, during discussions on the city’s 2014 budget, that if Baffinland offers better benefits, public works staff, especially heavy equipment operators, could be drained away.

    City councillors at the meeting said they’re concerned about possible staff shortages in the public works department, and asked Couture if more money should be budgeted for additional staff for road maintenance and repairs.

    “What we need is not just staff — we need trained staff, which is a different thing. We’re trying to upgrade our operators,” Couture told council. “I’m trying to get a bigger pool of trained people.”

    The director pointed to other difficulties his department faces, related to shift work and the narrow window of opportunity to in the summer for repair work, which amounts to just two months.

    “You’ve got to get trained staff. You’ve got to get staff that know the city,” said Couture, who took the job in mid-2012. He came to Iqaluit with more than 30 years’ experience with municipalities in Ontario, mostly in the north of the province.

    “It’s taken me a year or more to finally know where the roads are, with the numbering system and all that,” said Couture. “And the drivers have to know that too. Its an education, from both perspectives, from management and the fact that we’ve got to get people and offer them the opportunity to advance here with the city.”

    Mayor John Graham and Coun. Kenny Bell said the department’s priority should be the upkeep and improvement of the city’s roads.

    “Our roads are in major disrepair, and we need to at least start correcting that. And [added] staff will help with that,” Bell said.

    Bell described poor staffing of road crews as “a massive failure by this council — and it has been for 40 years.”

    Couture highlighted that, in addition to a staff training program in the works with the city’s training director, he is drafting a public works plan tailored specifically for Iqaluit, which will give clear guidelines on maintenance of roads, signage, snow removal, and staff hiring.

    “The plan is my vision of what the city needs, and I’m trying to put it into play,” he said. “If it’s not written down, nobody wants to do it.

    “I want it so that if I ever leave, here’s the book. Here’s the way it should be done,” Couture said. “It’s going to be cut and dried. We will still have to make decisions, but the majority of what we do will be written as policy.”

    The director said his goal is to have a complete set of guidelines ready for the city “within a year.”

    Coun. Simon Nattaq agreed on the importance of guidelines unique to the city, noting that Iqaluit’s roads are built on soils not found in other parts of Nunavut.

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    uploaded date: 14-01-2014