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Sweetest Kulu re-released

Sweetest Kulu re-released

Lyrically and lovingly written, Sweetest Kulu is a visually stunning book by Celina Kalluk is infused with the traditional Inuit values of love and respect for the land and its animal inhabitants. It is written in both Inuktitut Roman Orthography and English and is available on Indigo. It was published by Inhabit Media.

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2014 Technical Professional Scholarship winners announced

02 November, 2014

2014 Technical Professional Scholarship winners announced

Nine Environmental Technology Program students from Nunatta Campus in Iqaluit are among recipients of the 2014 Technical Professional Studies Scholarship administered by the Government of Nunavut's Department of Community and Government Services.

A visit to the nursing students

02 November, 2014

A visit to the nursing students

Third-year nursing students at Nunavut Arctic College's Nunatta Campus put their skills to the test with a few special guests last week.

Education Minister updates Assembly on Education Act implementation

02 November, 2014

Education Minister updates Assembly on Education Act implementation

Nunavut's Minister of Education, the Hon. Paul Quassa updated MLAs in the Legislative Assembly this week on steps his department is making towards addressing findings identified by Office of the Auditor General of Canada concerning implementation of the Education Act.

Sanikiluaq: Great Students, Great Welcome!

26 October, 2014

Sanikiluaq: Great Students, Great Welcome!

The Education Programs division of Nunavut Arctic College is delivering a Pre-Education program in the community of Sanikiluaq. This preparatory initiative is designed as an entry point to the eventual establishment of a Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP).

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Sweetest Kulu re-released

Sweetest Kulu re-released

07 November, 2014 | Hits:332

Lyrically and lovingly written, Sweetest Kulu is a visually stunning book by Celina Kalluk is infused with the traditional Inuit values of love and respect for the land and its animal inhabitants. It is written in both Inuktitut Roman Orthography and English and is available on Indigo. It was published by Inhabit Media.

NTEP Student wins KIA Scholarship

NTEP Student wins KIA Scholarship

26 October, 2014 | Hits:126

The Education Programs division of Nunavut Arctic College extends congratulations to Hannah Suluk, a Year 2 Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP) student in Arviat.

Nunavut and Yukon youth join national exhibition for Moments of Inclusion

Nunavut and Yukon youth join national exhibition for Moments of Inclusion

25 October, 2014 | Hits:266

Nunavut and Yukon youth were among a national art exhibition during the first Overcoming Isolation and Deepening Social Connectedness symposium held Oct 1 -3 in Toronto, Ontario.

Overcoming Isolation and Deepening Social Connectedness

Overcoming Isolation and Deepening Social Connectedness

04 October, 2014 | Hits:914

This month I was very fortunate to visit Toronto, Ontario for the first Overcoming Isolation and Deepening Social Connectedness symposium.

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