Program: Ilinniq (Learning) is a series of mini documentaries profiling some of the most interesting people who live in Nunavut. The series is targeted towards a general audience. Ilinniq features a range of people from politicians to elders to authors to actors. Each episode explores the accomplishments, the obstacles and the passion behind these fascinating individuals.… Read more
This short video was the first stage of a year-long project investigating traditional shelters of the high Arctic. Although modern materials were employed, traditional methods were used such as tying the structure together and using rocks for foundation and to weight down the waterproof covering. Health Canada's Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program funded the project, led by Dr.… Read more
Mary Ineak and Johnny shop for healthy and nutritious food and explain what kind of foods are good for our health and body. Miali Ainiak ammalu Jaani niqittiavarnik niuviriaqsimatillugik ammalu nalunaiqtuillugik qanuittut niqiit timittinnut piummangaat.
Master of Public Health student Gregory Corosky discusses his initial findings from his research on "Investigating Experiences of Sexual Health Among Inuit Youth: A Public Health Study of an At-Risk Population in Canada."
Meet our Healthy Bodies Storybook friends! Crunchy Carrot, King Caribou, Stretchy Cheese and the wonderful Water Woman! Listen along to the tunes of Leo Mukjunik, with throat singing by Kim Arualak, edited and mixed by Ed VandenDool!