Arctic

Nunavut, Clyde River, Qaqqasiq Apak, August 27, 2005, Tape #1

Interview with Apak Qaqqasiq about climate change, Clyde River, Nunavut, August 27, 2005. In Inuktitut with English translation.

 

 

Photos' exhibition in Uummannaq Library

Photos' exhibition in Uummannaq Library about Chukotka tour, opening during the KulturNat (24/01/2015)

 

That video was broadcasted on KNR in Nunatsinnit TV-program:

http://knr.gl/kl/tv/nunatsinnit/nunatsinnit-29012015

(25 minutes, Greenlandic, no English subtitles)

Takuginai - S 13 Ep 2 - Summer and Fall 1998

This is the premiere Aboriginal language program in North America directed at children. Takuginai is one of IBC's longest running, best known and most loved programs. The series features the likes of "Johnny" the lemming and other locally made puppets and young hosts.

Takuginai - S 13 Ep 4 - Kids Games

Takuginai - SE13 EP4 - Kids Games

Nov. 1998, 26:50

Overcoming Social Isolation - An Overview

Social isolation significantly impacts individual and community health, well-being, livelihoods and resilience, and yet few programs and policies currently address this issue directly.

The symposium Overcoming Isolation and Deepening Social Connectedness was the first global gathering on this topic.

Global Dignity Canada

GLOBAL DIGNITY DAY

On October 15, 2014, role models from across the country and around the world – including parents, educators, athletes, Senators, former and current Members of Parliament as well as international business and thought leaders – join thousands of volunteers to make the day possible.

Global Dignity (http://globaldignity.org) is an independent, non-political organization focused on empowering individuals with the concept that every human being has the universal right to lead a dignified life.

In Canada, role models speak with youth across the country from Nunavut to British Columbia with the aim to instill a positive, inclusive and interconnected sense of value in young people that will guide them as they grow.

GLOBAL DIGNITY

Established in 2005, by HRH Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, Operation HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant and Professor Pekka Himanen, GD is linked to the 2020 process of the World Economic Forum, in which leaders from politics, business, academia, and civil society join efforts to improve the state of the world. GD is an independent, non-political organization focused on empowering individuals with the concept that every human being has the universal right to lead a dignified life.

For more information on Global Dignity Day in Canada visit www.globaldignity.ca

An Evening with Rob Hood: Part 2

Arviat TV cast member Elena Akammak interviews Arviat diamond driller instructor Rob Hood about his experiences lost on the tundra near Arviat Nunavut for four days.

An Evening with Rob Hood: Part 1

Part 1

Arviat TV cast member Manasie Thompson interviews Rob Hood about his experience lost on the land near Arviat, Nunavut.

Hood and Robert Gibbons, Jr. were lost for four days after their snowmobile broke down.

Recorded May 15, 2014 at John Arnalukjuak High School in Arviat, Nunavut.

Inuktitut Language Drum Dance in Arviat

Elders, Students and Staff in Arviat celebrated 2014 Inuktitut Language Week with traditional drum dances, games and a feast at the Arviat Community Learning Centre.

Piqqusilirivvik Inuit Cultural Learning Centre - Nunavut Arctic College

Piqqusilirivvik is the new Inuit Cultural Learning Facility in Clyde River with satellite programming in Baker Lake and Igloolik.

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