Ryan St. John, left, presents the Sam Napayok Memorial Challenge championship trophy to Leo Kaludjak of Rankin Inlet in Arviat earlier this month. - photo courtesy of Noel Kaludjak
A race in peril?Number of racers down again at Arviat's Napayok Memorial
Northern News Services
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Leo Kaludjak of Rankin Inlet added a second checkered flag to his trophy case when he captured the Senior Division of the Sam Napayok Memorial Challenge snowmobile race in Arviat earlier this month.
Nunavummiuq's makeup finds niche NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Snow Cosmetics, the newest addition to the makeup section of Arctic Ventures Marketplace in Iqaluit, stands out from the Revlon and Cover Girl products on display.
Created by 23-year-old Nunavummiuq Courtney White (pictured at left) for Nunavummiut, it is the first makeup company to come out of Nunavut.
New funding for Nunavut arenas NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Every community in Nunavut is always looking for funds to help make badly-needed repairs to its public facilities.
Pictured: The Pangnirtung Oldtymers, the 2012 Sikitu Cup champions, will have more time to skate on the ice in the coming years thanks to a batch of funding from the Nunavut and federal governments announced on May 8
Seismic survey hit with wave of criticism NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - A proposed seismic survey project off the eastern coast of Baffin Island is facing criticism from various hamlets and organizations which believe marine life would be put in jeopardy by the extensive testing.
Three companies – TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company, Petroleum Geo-Services and Multi Klient Invest – applied to the National Energy Board (NEB) in 2011 for authorization to conduct a five-year exploratory survey of Baffin Bay and Davis Strait.
'Hungry for change NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Teevi Mackay is committed to spreading the word about food insecurity in the North.
At left: Iqaluit-raised Teevi Mackay, who studies journalism at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ont., wrote an article on food insecurity in the North that was mentioned in the legislative assembly on May 13.