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The leadership camp leads a Hope Walk through the community. The youth leaders are Megan Gavin, far left, Alissa Matoo, Stephanie Aulatjut, Shelby Angalik and Makayla Kuksuk. ‚ÄčInuktitut Banner: Charmaine Koomak, Carmen Suluk, Marika Arloo and Ruth Kaviok. - photo courtesy of Michelle Malla
Arviat marches
for hope

Youth leadership camp teaches

Arviat held a youth leadership camp for a dozen teenagers looking to make a difference in their community earlier this month. ARROW Continued

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Coast Guard looks to hire Inuit
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - As the Canadian Coast Guard expands its services in the Arctic, and as the sea ice changes, the need for talent from Nunavut to join its ranks only increases. "People who are providing services in the North should be from the North and we have to increase our partnership with local communities," said Canadian Coast Guard commissioner Jody Thomas.

Children and youth office seeing success
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - It has taken some time but the office of the representative for children and youth is making progress. When the 2014-2015 annual report from the representative for children and youth was tabled in the legislative assembly at the last session in June, the office had only been open for nine months.

Videos spread Nunavut message
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Eight students from Pond Inlet, representing the entirety of Nunavut submissions, had their videos featured as part of the Young Citizens national heritage program. Two hundred students from Grade 4 to 11 from across the country made videos documenting their heritage fair projects. Those videos then went on to for public scrutiny and voting.

Plans advance for all-season road
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Kitikmeot Inuit Association (KIA) president Stanley Anablak was a busy man on Nunavut Day, July 9. Anablak signed a memorandum of understanding with Premier Peter Taptuna for a project that could open up the region, along with leading celebrations in Cambridge Bay for the Kitikmeot Inuit Association's 40th anniversary and the territory's 17th birthday.

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