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Nunavut: Week in pictures

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Nancy MacNeill, left, Athena Sharp and Candice Lys of FOXY (Fostering Open eXpression among Youth) stand in front of body maps created by young women at Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit who took the day-long FOXY workshop Nov. 25. The team was headed to Arviat the next day to offer the sexual health, sexuality, and relationships workshop. - Michele LeTourneau/NNSL photo
Revolution in sexual health
FOXY comes to Nunavut with workshops on sexual health

When FOXY (Fostering Open eXpression among Youth) won the full $1-million Arctic Inspiration Prize in 2014, the idea was it would begin offering workshops on sexual health, healthy relationships and empowered decision-making in Nunavut.
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Happenings around Nunavut

Hunters John Nakoolak, Bobby Saviakjuk and Tapia Saviakjuk, from left in front, and Elijah Shapangak, back left, and Mark Pootoolik arrive home safe and sound after spending two days stranded on the ice with fellow hunters John Eetuk, Noah Kadlak and Charlie Shapangak near Coral Harbour in January 2015. The hunters received compensation for lost equipment. MLA questions hunter compensation
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Tununiq MLA Joe Enook questioned Environment Minister Johnny Mike Nov. 4 on compensation provided to Coral Harbour hunters who lost their hunting equipment last winter, noting the administration of the program is inconsistent and has been for years.

Nunavut Language Commissioner Sandra Inutiq is concerned that a report is recommending single-language instruction in Nunavut schools, with English being the preferred choice. Report favours English education
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH -There was a discouraging bombshell for Nunavut's language commissioner within the 24 pages of a recently completed report on education in the territory. When the chairperson of the Special Committee to Review the Education Act, Iqaluit-Tasiluk MLA George Hickes, tabled the report in the Legislative Assembly Nov. 5, it was done with little fanfare on the final day of regular business.

Alan Convery director at TD Bank Group, left, poses with TD bursary recipient Rihkee Strap, Jean-Daniel Lafond, co-founder of the Michaƫlle Jean Foundation, recipients Rebecca Roher and Pascale Arpin as well as Michaƫlle Jean, co-founder of the TD Michaelle Jean Foundation.

Iqaluit artist keeps busy in the south
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Inspired by the snowy Arctic landscape the visual artist has called home for the past five years, Pascale Arpin is displaying her side of the world to Ottawa residents this month in her first solo exhibit. Based in Iqaluit, Arpin is exhibiting a series of black and white illustrations and paintings at Oz Kafe in Ottawa which explores the Northern landscape wildlife and its relationship to survival.

Simon Winsor, right, goes through his movements with Senior Grand Master Phap Lu of Ottawa during the Iqaluit Taekwondo Society's workshop and grading weekend on Nov. 8.

A weekend of taekwondo success
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The Iqaluit Taekwondo Society was busy once again earlier this month putting its students to the test and a regular visitor to the city helped get those students to the next level. The society welcomed Senior Grand Master Phap Lu of Ottawa back for a weekend of grading and workshops from Nov. 6 to 8.

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