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          Nunavut’s largest team ever heading to Canada Summer Games

          More than 60 representatives will head to the Niagara region in August

          Nunavut will send its largest delegation ever to the Canada Summer Games after the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the event by one year.? munity and Government Services Minister David Joanasie announced Monday that up to 65 representatives, including athletes, coaches, youth ambassadors and support staff, will attend the games in the Niagara region of Ontario from...

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          Should Inuit organizations buy into mining panies? Regional leaders weigh in

          One possible picture of the future of mining in Nunavut was presented to Inuit leaders during last week’s Nunavut Mining Symposium. “Has there been any plans, or thought, or discussions in place for Inuit to be shareholders to these big [mining] panies,” asked an audience member during the Listen to our Leaders forum on May…

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          Library and Archives funds Inuit documentary projects

          Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami and the Inuit Art Foundation are two of 38 organizations receiving new funding for documentary projects from Library and Archives Canada, the department announced Tuesday.?? ITK, based in Ottawa, will receive $31,733 this year to help establish a digital repository for increasing access to ITK records. ITK is the national organization working…

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