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The Pangnirtung bowhead whale hunting crew with their catch. - photo courtesy of Sheila Nowdlak
Crew of 29 catch bowhead

The Pangnirtung Hunters and Trappers Association's bowhead whale hunt last month turned into an epic tale lasting 10 days, office manager Jackie Maniapik recounted last week. ARROW Continued

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Happenings around Nunavut

Students learn to 'walk the talk'
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - A new year of programming has begun at the Piqqusilirivvik Inuit Cultural Learning Facility located in Clyde River and 24 students from Pangnirtung, Pond Inlet, Resolute Bay, Cape Dorset, Iglulik, Clyde River and Iqaluit are attending.

Good sealift season except for Resolute
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The light ice season means annual sealift and resupply is going smoothly for most communities — except for a delay in Resolute Bay. The community was still waiting for its last shipment from Nunavut Sealink and Supply Inc. (NNSI) on Sept.15.

Capturing the thaw
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - A timelapse video of ice patterns in Kugaaruk, created by 23-year-old Inuk Pauli Illuitok, is going to be used as a safety tool by Canadian Rangers and the community. The project was sponsored by a Polar Knowledge grant, made available to Students On Ice alumni from the North.

From the Arctic to the beach
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Athletes who compete at the Olympics - winter or summer - dedicate so much of their time to being in peak physical condition. Spectators come from around the world to watch Olympians in action. Officials and referees make sure athletes are playing by the rules and spectators see the best action possible.

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