Iceberg-shaped centre constructed NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The construction of Qikiqtarjuaq's long-awaited gathering centre is finally completed.
Builders initially broke ground at the site last Sept. 3 and anticipate the building will be operational early next year.
At left: Construction of Qikiqtarjuaq's new gathering centre was complete on March 5 and the building will soon be used by tourists and community members.
Counsellors add feathers to caps NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - A popular training program in Clyde River is helping Nunavummiut become better counsellors in their communities.
The one-year program, called Our Life's Journey: The Inuit Counsellor's Training and Peer Support Program, is being offered in four phases at the Ilisaqsivik Society.
At left: Nineteen students and three facilitators are taking part in a 10-day counsellor training program in Clyde River.
Hockey with a purpose NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH -In Gjoa Haven, the atom division of the minor hockey league scrimmages amongst themselves.
But they got themselves a good hockey education in Yellowknife late last month and it seems to be paying dividends big time.
At left: Bryon Rudolph heads up the ice with the puck during action at the Chris Bergman Junior Invitational Tournament in Yellowknife on Feb. 22.
Fibre art to cover directory NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH -Retired primary school teacher from Cape Dorset, Annie Manning Lampron, had a special feeling about the wall hanging she submitted to the 2014-2015 Northwestel Directory Cover Art Competition.
At left: The 2014-2015 Northwestel directory cover for Nunavut, featured here, is an intricate beaded wall hanging by Annie Manning Lampron of Cape Dorset.