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The Rankin Inlet girl's hockey team is led in its four-game series by Evelyn Autut, Joanna Anawak and Joy Angetsiak, from left, in Calgary, Alta., this past month. - photo courtesy of Mikki Adams
Memories on ice
Wickfest trip of a lifetime for Rankin female hockey players

A group of 15 young female hockey players returned to their home community of Rankin Inlet after living the dream in Calgary, Alta., this past month. ARROW Continued

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Happenings around Nunavut

A campaign sign for the sole female Qikiqtani Inuit Association presidential candidate, Meeka Kilabuk, prominently placed at Iqaluit's busiest intersection, was defaced on election day with the words No Women President. Female election candidate's promotional material defaced at prominent Iqaluit intersection
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Only one woman put her name forward for election as Qikiqtani Inuit Association president. It was nothing new for Meeka Kilabuk, the Baffin Inuit organization's president from 2000 to 2001. But nothing prepared her for an election day incident that will resonate with women across the territory.

A spokesperson for the North West Company, which operates NorthMart stores in Nunavut communities, said there has been an increase of 25 per cent in the amount of healthy food going to eligible communities since Nutrition North began in 2011. Volume chews up funding increase for Nutrition North -- food retailer
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - An additional $11.3 million in funding for 2014-2015 for the Nutrition North Canada program announced Nov. 21 will address already existing volume increases in the program but not actual subsidy rates, said Derek Reimer, director of business development for The North West Company.

Members of the Grise Fiord badminton squad that competed in the Pan Territorial Tournament Nov. 20 to 23 stand proudly with their banner. Pictured from left to right are Ooleesee Akeeagok, chaperone, Meagan Kaslak, Joseph Atchealak, Nolan Kiguktak, Jayko Akeeagok, Etuangat Akeeagok, chaperone and player, Derrick Akeeagok, Annie Mary Qamaniq and Jonathon Lee.

Grise Fiord makes sport history
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - It was a fairy tale ending with a sports twist when badminton players from Grise Fiord made history by taking home their first ever sport banner. It was in great numbers that badminton enthusiasts flocked to Iqaluit for the Pan Territorial Tournament

Sweetest Kulu is throatsinger Celena Kalluk's first children's book, which was named best picture bedtime book of the year by Huffington Post.

Sweetest Kulu crawls to notoriety
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - With comforting words told to a newborn baby and drawings of Arctic animals alongside a bundled up Inuit child, it is no wonder Sweetest Kulu was named the best bedtime picture book of the year by Huffington Post.

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