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Headlines: Wednesday, October 29, 2014

A visit frozen in time
They couldn't possibly have known, but when the Rankin Inlet grads of Maani Ulujuk Ilinniarvik's (MUI) Class of 2014 had their photo taken with the kindly gentleman on Parliament Hill this past January, their images were frozen in time with a future Canadian hero.

Artists, students speak the same language
Juno nominated children's entertainer Aaron Burnett and his wife, Kim, enjoyed themselves immensely while putting a smile on the face of hundreds of children during their visit to Arviat and Baker Lake earlier this month.

Pair of firsts for Rankin, Whale Cove
Futsal and volleyball took centre stage in Kivalliq sports earlier this month.

Reaching for the goal line
Literacy is not the first thing to spring to mind when hosting a hockey camp.

Multi-faceted learning
The new hockey season kicked off in a big way in Rankin Inlet this past week.


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