Media

  • Zacharias Kunuk Archive

    uploaded by: Zacharias Kunuk

    Zacharias Kununk was born in Kapuivik on Baffin Island in Canada, and attended school in Igloolik. He carved and sold soapstone sculptures to afford movie admissions. As his skill improved, he was able to buy cameras, and photographed Inuit hunting scenes.… En savoir plus

    uploaded date: 28-10-2015

  • Review agencies submit final comments to NIRB before July hearings, baffinlandwitness.com, June 5, 2012

    uploaded by: samcc

    chaîne: My Father's Land

    DID News Alert Full story at baffinlandwitness.com June 5, 2012. Review agencies submit final comments to NIRB before July hearings.

    On May 30, the territorial and federal government agencies reviewing the Mary River project filed their final written submissions to NIRB regarding Baffinland’s Mary River Project. Their outstanding issues will form the basis of discussion at the final hearings, to be held in Iqaluit from July 16-20, Igloolik July 23-25 and Pond Inlet July 25-28. [...] see baffinlandwitness.com

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    uploaded date: 06-06-2012

  • A public meeting without media presence, baffinlandwitness.com, May 31, 2012

    uploaded by: samcc

    chaîne: DID News

    Full story at baffinlandwitness.com May 31, 2012. In early May, Igloolik hamlet councillor Paul Quassa invited me to attend a May 29 public council meeting at which Baffinland president Tom Paddon and the Qiqiktani Inuit Association (QIA) were expected to discuss, among other things, Inuit compensation for the port at Steensby Inlet. QIA and the hamlet council said if Baffinland won’t re-plot its shipping route, they would like to see subsidized housing for the workers, paved roads, in-community training and a fishing boat for the Hunters and Trappers Organization (HTO).

    I confirmed through email and telephone that the meeting was public and on the morning of the 29th, the hamlet made a public announcement on the community radio station, inviting people to attend the meeting. Here is a record of the extent to which the meeting was public.... baffinlandwitness.com

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    uploaded date: 03-06-2012

  • “I’m upset about those who are opposed to the mine," baffinlandwitness.com, May 27, 2012

    uploaded by: samcc

    chaîne: DID News

    Full story at baffinlandwitness.com May 27, 2012. “I’m upset about those who are opposed to the mine. I want the mine to go ahead so people have money.” From Augustine Taqqaugaq’s new porch, you can see all of Igloolik laid out in a rough chronological order along the shore by date of development from south to north. Taqqaugaq lives in the newest, most northerly house. Looking out over the water, a two-toned canvas; a straight white line demarcates the boundary between the blinding white of the snow from the dull white of the sky. Taqqaugaq moved into government housing only this year after 14 years in a power-less shack on Igloolik point, a camp outside of town.

    “I’m upset about those who are opposed to the mine,” he says. “I never had money, so that’s important. I want the mine to go ahead so people have money. For me, I’ll never work at the mine—I have no education—but probably through royalties I will see some money.

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    uploaded date: 27-05-2012

  • 6m 47s

    Otacimow: 'One who tells stories'

    uploaded by: JarrettCrowe

    chaîne: Jarrett Crowe

    A mini-documentary on Aboriginal representation in the mass media, particularly in Saskatchewan, Canada.

    Produced by myself, Robin Booker and Tiffany Cassidy as part of an assignment/project for our Journalism (JRN) 306 Intermediate Broadcast class, School of Journalism University of Regina.

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    uploaded date: 07-05-2012

  • Abya Yala Nexus's channel

    uploaded by: Abya Yala Nexus

    WELCOME!
    Abya Yala Nexus is a non-profit organization whose mission is to mobilize the sharing and exchange of resources in support of Indigenous peoples' self-determination and human rights. Click here to learn more about us.

    Abya Yala Nexus is an affiliate of the Seventh Generation Fund for Indian Development, Inc.

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    uploaded date: 13-06-2011

  • PUHITAQ

    uploaded by: Aarluk

    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.

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    uploaded date: 13-07-2010

  • 7thGen

    uploaded by: 7th Generation Image Makers

    7th Generation is an interdisciplinary art program for Aboriginal youth in downtown Toronto. The videos on this site were created through our summer media intensive program. For more information on 7th Generation Image Makers, go to www.7thgen.org

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    uploaded date: 17-01-2008

  • NITV (Igloolik community-TV 1995-2007)

    uploaded by: Zacharias Kunuk

    Check out NITV Today (Community Networks)

    Nunavut Independent Television Network (formerly called Tarriaksuk Video Centre), based in Igloolik, Nunavut, is Canada's first artist-run media centre located in a remote Inuit community. Founded in 1991, NITV's mandate is to encourage and support the creation of artistic, community-based media productions that serve the objectives of self-representation and cultural/linguistic preservation by adapting Inuit oral traditions to modern media technologies. Specifically, NITV aims to expand local access television in Igloolik and link other Nunavut communities through NITV on IsumaTV 3.0, by developing the use of Internet-TV (IPTV) to increase the production and distribution of Inuktitut-language and other Aboriginal programming. NITV is one of the founding members of IsumaTV [www.isuma.tv], a collective multimedia internet platform for Inuit and Aboriginal media worldwide. NITV also is one of the founding partners in Digital Indigenous Democracy, an effort to bring global partners into a working collaboration through 3.0 internet and socio-political networking. As a "Northern Internet Distributor" NITV on IsumaTV is recognized as an "eligible broadcaster" by the Canada Media Fund to trigger CMF financing from the Aboriginal Fund Envelope. More information at info@isuma.tv.

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    uploaded date: 12-12-2007