Jordan St. John (second place), from left, Donny Baker (third place) and Desmond Ukutak (first place) speed toward the finish line in the Men's Division of the 2013 Xtreme Bravo Challenge in Arviat. - photo courtesy Olivia Tagalik
Going to the XtremeAnnual Bravo cross-country challenge set to go in Arviat
The 11th annual Bravo Xtreme Challenge cross-country race will he held in Arviat this coming weekend, April 26 and 27.
Cafe planned to employ disabled NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - An Iqaluit society is banking on a community project to help them stay financially healthy despite a recent loss of funding.
Some members of the Nunavummi Disabilities Makinnasauqtiit Society, a group that advocates and promotes the rights and interests of Nunavummiut with disabilities, have begun working on the creation of a new cafe in Iqaluit.
At left: Rhoda Palluq, left, Noah Papatsie and Wendy Ireland, members of the Nunavummi Disabilities Makinnasauqtiit Society, pose for a picture in 2012.
Students learn to help others NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - A small group of students in Kimmirut have taken it upon themselves to lend a hand to people in rural China, more than 9,000 kilometres away.
Sixteen Grade 5-6 students and their teacher, Alison Vipond, have ambitiously pledged to raise the $10,000 it will take to build their distant counterparts a new school.
Iqaluit beats Iqaluit NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH -The tandem of Dwayne Twerdin and Sateana Goupil teamed up once again to win a big hockey tournament, this time on home soil.
Goupil scored the winning goal late for Qikiqtani Industries (QI) as the Iqaluit Senior Men's Hockey League outfit defeated their rivals, the DL Capitals, in a hotly-contested final of the Toonik Tyme Cup April 13 by a score of 3-2.
At left: Sateana Goupil, left, and Dwayne Twerdin, seen with the 2014 Sakku First Avataq Cup, helped Qikiqtani Industries to victory at the 2014 Toonik Tyme Cup senior men's hockey tournament in Iqaluit April 13.
Big changes for 2014 Nunavut Arts Festival NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Nunavummuit artists will be gathering once again for the 15th annual Nunavut Arts Festival this summer.
However, this time artists will be heading east to Cambridge Bay.
At left: Iqaluit artist Saila Kipanek stands beside Pangnirtung artist Jaco Ishulutaq's sculpture at the 2013 Nunavut Arts Festival in Iqaluit.