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Wendy Kusugak battles through the distraction of a child on her shoulders and two more leaning over the table as she takes on Louie Kusugak and Carmen Kusugak in a game of foosball at the youth centre in Repulse Bay earlier this month. - photo courtesy of Kowesa Etitiq
Recreational boost on the bay
KIA contributes nearly $20,000 for new equipment at Repulse youth centre

There's a whole lot more activity going on at the youth centre in Repulse Bay these days.
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Happenings around Nunavut

A first look at the Franklin shipwreck obtained from side-scan sonar data. 'Historic moment for Canada' -- Harper
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The news spread quickly Sept. 9 when Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that Canada had finally found one of British explorer's Sir. John Franklin's much-sought lost ships. “I am delighted to announce that this year’s Victoria Strait Expedition has solved one of Canada’s greatest mysteries, with the discovery of one of the two ships belonging to the Franklin Expedition lost in 1846," Harper stated in a written statement.

Cpl. Stephen Pike and canine partner Talon, the newest additions to Nunavut RCMP's V Division, stand outside the Iqaluit detachment. Pike and Talon are on call 24 hours a day seven days a week wherever they may be needed in Nunavut. Long training process for Talon, police dog posted to Nunavut
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Talon, a six-year-old working-class shepherd of Czechoslovakian bloodline, and RCMP Cpl. Stephen Pike operate as one unit. The crime-fighting duo are the newest addition to Nunavut's V Division, based in Iqaluit, but are on call wherever they are needed in the territory, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Iqaluit Counc. Simon Nattaq and Maliina Abelsen, general manager of the 2016 Arctic Winter Games, sign an agreement for Iqaluit on Sept. 10 to host bantam boys and junior hockey in the Nunavut capital for the 2016 games.

The puck drops here
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - After months of knowing where bantam boys and junior girls hockey for the 2016 Arctic Winter Games would be held, it was made official on Sept. 10. Iqaluit city councillor Simon Nattaq and and Maliina Abelsen, general manager of the 2016 Arctic Winter Games in Nuuk, Greenland, signed off on the deal which will see the capital host the two divisions for the duration of the games.

A Calm Air Saab 340B touches down in Arviat. Through a recently announced strategic alliance with Sakku Investments Corporation, Calm Air will be expanding its services north of Rankin Inlet.

More flights for the Kiv
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The Kivalliq region will soon be seeing increased air services north of Rankin Inlet thanks to a recently announced deal between the Exchange Income Corporation (EIC) – owners of Calm Air International and Keewatin Airlines – and Sakku Investments Corporation.



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