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Nunavut: Week in pictures

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Jenna Auguratsiq, left, Felicia Nuvviaq, Neevee Alianaq, Lizzie Panipakutsuk and elder and teacher Ruth Qaunaq are hard at work sewing caribou skin outerwear for the Hall Beach Search and Rescue team. - photo courtesy of Rhoda Maliki
Clothing sewn for search team

Sending out a Search and Rescue team in frigid winter temperatures in less than ideal clothing spurred the members of the Hall Beach team to seek funding for traditional clothing. ARROW Continued

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Happenings around Nunavut

Archeology event digs deep
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Sylvia Grinell Territorial Park was full of treasure hunters on Aug. 16 when Nunavut Parks, in coordination with the Inuit Heritage Trust, hosted the "Learn How Archaeologists Work in the Fields" program.

Students head to Bay Street
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Five Iqaluit high schoolers are taking Bay Street by storm, chosen as this year's participants in Bay Street Bootcamp, a five-day summer course in Toronto. Started four years ago, the program brings 50 high school students from around Canada together with CEOs and financial leaders to learn about financial literacy, entrepreneurship, anti-bullying, stress management and more.

Kunuk's latest at top film festival
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Even as his latest, Maliglutit (Searchers), is set to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month, his mind is on the next one. "Of course we're always doing that," he says. "We're always planning ahead. because we're independent and we only live on grants, which means we always have to be ahead."

A successful return for Nunavut Stars
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - One year ago, the future of the Nunavut Stars Hockey Camp was very much up in the air. A huge chunk of its support, namely the free flights to help get two players from each community into Iqaluit, has been lost and financial support had dried up as well.

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