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Katauyak Everard of Rankin Inlet works the balance beam during the Atlantis Crown Invitational gymnastics competition at Nassau, the Bahamas, this past month. - photo courtesy of Haley White
Rankin gymnasts fly south
Rankin gymnasts pumped for next step after competition in the Bahamas

A group of young competitive gymnasts from Rankin Inlet's Aqsarniit Ujauttaq Gymnastics Club shone brightly at the Atlantis Crown Invitational competition in Nassau, the Bahamas, this past month. ARROW Continued

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Rangers work on leadership
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Canadian Rangers and Junior Canadian Rangers from across Nunavut visited Yellowknife last week for leadership training at 1st Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (1 CRPG) Headquarters Jan. 9 to 13. The training is meant to support patrol leaders from Canadian Ranger Patrol Groups across the North as they prepare to support upcoming exercises and operations.

Council focuses on homelessness
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - In the wake of the tragic death of Jake Angurasuk, Coun. Joanasie Akumalik asked fellow council members Jan. 10 to renew efforts to help homeless people. "This council has a role to play in protecting the lives of homeless people in this community," said Akumalik.

Prince of Wales hosts ITK's language committee
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The work of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami's Atausiq Inuktut Titirausiq (AIT) task group (or language committee) took them far afield in December. The committee, tasked with moving toward a standardized written language for all 60,000 Inuit across Canada, was invited to Wales by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales in his role as president of Prince's Charities Canada.

Instructors get lessons
NWT NEWS/NORTH - You can't instruct unless you know the sport. Seems simple enough when you think about it. Easy enough to show someone how to do it but are you teaching them the right things? That's where NWT Snowboard came in earlier this month as it hosted a Level I instructors clinic in Yellowknife from Jan. 6 to 8.

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