nunavik

  • 1h 3s

    Episode 1 - October 6, 2015

    uploaded by: nipivut

    canal: Nipivut Montreal - Urban Inuit Radio

     This is the first broadcast of Nipivut(Our Voice) on 90.3 FM CKUT in Montreal.
    Interviews with Jason LeBlanc of Tuvasuvvingat Inuit in Ottawa, Larry Watt, and Annie Itoshat. Hosted by Annie Pisuktie, with contributors Pauyungie Nutaraaluk and Agluvak Puskas. Inuktitut language lessons by Saumik and Nally.

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    uploaded date: 19-08-2016

  • 28m 54s

    Walk from Chuchill

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    canal: IBC 2

    Producer: Arviat - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Host: Charlie Paniguniaq
    Camera: Charlie Paniguniaq, Michael Angalik, Allen Robyn
    Location: Kuujjuaq, Arviat

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    uploaded date: 11-01-2016

  • Dream of arctic broadband one step closer to reality

    uploaded by: Cara Di Staulo

    canal: Isuma News

    Arctic Fibre begins Nunavut route surveys announces dream of arctic broadband one step closer to reality

    Tuesday, Jul 30, 2013

    A separate site visit to Deception Bay in Nunavik, Northern Quebec, will follow the Nunavut excursion to ascertain the viability of building a spur off the backbone to meet the bandwidth requirements of mining companies in the area.

    The determination of the cable landing locations and Boothia Crossing route will form part of the company’s submissions to the Nunavut Impact Review Board (NIRB) and the Nunavut Planning Commission (NPC).  Approvals from NIRB and NPC are prerequisites to the issuance of an International Submarine Cable Landing Licence from the Minister Responsible for Industry Canada.

    Arctic Fibre submitted its licence application to Industry Canada last October but finalization of the survey schedule required ice clearance at all landing points. The finalization of landing site locations will enable Arctic Fibre to refine its undersea routes and undertake the detailed marine studies later this year and with the bulk of the work being completed in 2014. The scheduled in-service date for the $620 million backbone network between London and Tokyo is December 2015.

    By combining an Arctic broadband network in the same cable sheath with a trans-continental link between Asian and European financial centres, Arctic Fibre can build a backbone network serving half of the population of Nunavut without government subsidy.

    In February the Company submitted a $237 million proposal to Industry Canada which would extend the fibre cable to 23 additional northern communities with the assistance of nine microwave hops.  This secondary network expansion, which would require some form of government support, would ensure the provision of  virtually unlimited bandwidth to 98% of the combined Nunavut and Nunavik population, thereby supporting both economic and social development, while contributing significantly to Canada’s nation-building in its Arctic region.

    www.yourcommunicationnews.com

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    uploaded date: 30-07-2013

  • 14m 59s

    URBANORTH - Episode 4

    uploaded by: urbaNorthwebtv

    canal: urbaNorthwebtv's channel

    URBANORTH, a web series, explores cultural and social interests surrounding the lives of various Nunavimmiut (people of northern Quebec) in a metropolitan environment.

    

In this episode:

    

- Vickie Okpik discusses whats new at Nunavik Creations, Makivik's fashion company.

    - Sevim Maggie Ilgun gives the low-down on tattoo's.

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    uploaded date: 18-08-2012

  • 1m

    Puvirnituq Sushi for Qajaq Trip

    uploaded by: qajaqpuv

    canal: qajaqpuv's channel

    On prépare des sushis une fois semaine pour amasser des $$ en vue de notre prochain voyage: cinq jours de qajaq avec le champion groënlandais Maliqiaq Padilla!

    We raise money once a week for our next trip: five days of qajaq training with Greenland Champion Maliqiaq Padilla!

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    uploaded date: 19-05-2012

  • 14m 46s

    URBANORTH - Episode 1

    uploaded by: urbaNorthwebtv

    canal: urbaNorthwebtv's channel

    URBANORTH, a web series, explores cultural and social interests surrounding the lives of various Nunavimmiut (people of northern Quebec) in a metropolitan environment.

    In this episode:

    - Alasie demonstrates one method of flat bannock making.

    - Musician Charles Keelan "Saali" performs one of his latest songs.

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    uploaded date: 17-02-2012

  • 3m 3s

    The school Tour

    uploaded by: J. S.

    canal: ARTCO

    Video made by Jason Sandy of Kuujjuarapik, Quebec.

    Part of the ARTCO project.

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    uploaded date: 13-10-2011