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How to make a Goose Post 2023


25 May 2023


 Learn how to make a Goose Watch post using the SIKU App! Add a photo of the goose or nest and tag your community. Upload your post to SIKU and you’re automatically entered to win great prizes! Harvest, nest and other observation posts are all eligible and SIKU works without an internet connection, so you can save posts when you are on the land.

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      Ivunik - Ice Watch Word of the Week 7

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      The Ice Watch Word of the Week is: Ivunik.

      Ivunik is piled up ice and Ivujuk is the process of ice piling up. This often happens with moving ice piling up along the shore, or at the floe edge when the moving floe closes up against the land fast ice edge and creates pressure ridges of piled up ice.


      uploaded date: 16-06-2023

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      Ice Watch Word of the Week - Qanguti

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      The Ice Watch Word of the Week is: Kanijjuk, Qanguti, Frost Flower.

      Qanguti, Kanijjuk, Frost flowers are incredible crystals of salt and ice that can be seen forming on the surface of new ice as the salt is pushed out of the freezing ice.


      uploaded date: 09-06-2023

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      SIKU 2023 Goose Watch Community Winner Video #2

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      Congratulations to our recent SIKU GooseWatch community winners, Evander Cheezo, Emma Lazarus, Stanley Annanak, Jobie Nuvuka, Matthew Okpik, Ian Alaku, Willia Amamaatuak, Iola Sagiaktuk, Denise Okheena for posting the first Siku app Goose Posts in Eastmain, Kashechewan, Kangiqsualujjuaq, Kuujjuaraapik, Quaqtaq, Kangiqsujuaq, Salluit, Kimmirut and Ulukhaktok.… Uqalimakkanirit

      uploaded date: 06-06-2023

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      Sikuliaviniq - Ice Watch Word of the Week 5

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      Once sikuliaq freezes up enough so that it is thicker and no longer wavy, it is called sikuliaviniq or tuvaruaq. Using a harpoon, it can be walked on and when it gets thicker sometimes can support a skidoo.


      uploaded date: 02-06-2023