Pituqait

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13 April 2016

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  • 8m 22s

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    Simanik Kilabuk enjoys watching the old IBC videos on the internet. He tells Henry Naulaq that he thinks it is great that there are more ways to access various videos, but he worries that people spend too much time with technology.  

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    uploaded date: 18-04-2016

  • 8m 42s

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    Miali Buscemi joins Henry Naulaq to talk about advantages and disadvantages of technology. Watching some old IBC videos, it reminds her of her father who had his own beta camera and how much she enjoyed watching the images that he captured.  

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    uploaded date: 18-04-2016

  • 9m 16s

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    Vinnie Karetak joins Henry Naulaq to look back at his childhood. He remembers watching Super Shamou on tv and being just like the kids in the show – playing outside, throwing rocks, and getting soaked! He notes the difference today where kids are spending a lot of time on electronic devices. 

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    uploaded date: 18-04-2016

  • 7m 54s

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    Malaya Qaunirq Chapman is a former Miss Nunavut, actress and model who has been featured on many IBC programs in the past. She joins host Henry Naulaq to talk about how Inuit fashion design has evolved. She talks about some of the reactions she has witnessed in southern Canada when she has worn sealskin clothing – often to be mistaken for wolf!! 

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    uploaded date: 18-04-2016

  • 10m 44s

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    Mike Gardner is a retired Anglican minister and has lived in Nunavut for more than 50 years. Fluent in Inuktitut, he joins host Henry Naulaq to reminisce about an old IBC show where he was interviewed about Halloween traditions in the Arctic – in particular, the use of ashes for make up. 

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    uploaded date: 18-04-2016