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Minister of Canadian Heritage Melanie Joly visited Iqaluit's Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum Sept. 19 to announce $738,000 in funding to help Nunavummiut celebrate Canada's 150th birthday. - Michele LeTourneau/NNSL photo
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With 74 days until the launch of national celebrations for Canada's 150th birthday, Canadian Heritage Minister Melanie Joly announced $738,000 in funding Oct. 19 for Nunavummiut to participate. ARROW Continued

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Inuit values heading to space
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH -When David Saint-Jacques heads to the International Space Station in 2018 for a six-month mission, he will be Canada's ninth astronaut in space. He'll also take with him lessons learned working with Inuit as a family doctor in Nunavik.

Sharing what they wear
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Natasha Kiyoapik knows a lot about the amauti, and now the Nasivvik High School student will get to share her knowledge at the national level.

Nunavut's best get their due
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - There were plenty of great stories in the world of sport and recreation in Nunavut. Some, though, were a bit better than others and were recognized as such on Oct. 15 as the Recreation and Parks Association of Nunavut handed out its 2016 Sport and Recreation Awards Celebration in Iqaluit.

Teaching Canada's national sport
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH -Kyle Aviak is one of Nunavut's best lacrosse exports, if you can believe it. He's played the game since his high school days in Edmonton and he's now giving back to the sport which he's enjoyed playing for many years.

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