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Nunavut: Week in pictures

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All of the adults aboard Perimeter Aviation Flight 993 survived a December 22, 2012 crash, but they were all wearing seatbelts. The crash killed six-month-old Isaac Appaqaq, who was held in his mother's lap. A Transportation Safety Board investigation recommends all children be safely restrained during take-off and landing. - photo courtesy of RCMP
Crash report calls for child restraints
Transportation Safety Board calls for change in wake of 2012 Sanikiluaq accident that killed infant

Flying should be as safe for children as it is for adults, the Transportation Safety Board said June 29, recommending age- and size-appropriate restraint systems on commercial flights in the wake of the 2012 Perimeter Aviation crash at Sanikiluaq that killed a six-month-old infant. ARROW Continued

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Happenings around Nunavut

Tunngavik Federation of Nunavut chief negotiator Paul Quassa and vice-president Bob Kadlun present then Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon with Snow Block Carving in Iglulik on April 30, 1990, the day they signed the agreement-in-principle to negotiate the final Nunavut Land Claims Agreement. This Nunavut Day, Siddon is returning the carving to the territory for posterity. A treasure returns
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - For the man who received it, a carving of an Inuk man assembling three pieces of snow into an iglu has come to symbolize the creation of Nunavut. Former Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon, who steered the federal government from agreement-in-principle to the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, was given the carving the day he signed that first paper in 1990.

SSi Micro is teaming up with the Kitikmeot Inuit Association to bring radio to Cambridge Bay and Kugluktuk. The company's goal is to promote and revitalize the use of Inuit language in the area. SSi Micro and KIA are on the air
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - A new pilot project between SSi Micro and the Kitikmeot Inuit Association has been designed to bring Inuit-focused radio to Kugluktuk and Cambridge Bay. "From a pure technical level, this is a very natural extension from what we're doing now," said Dean Proctor, chief development officer of SSi Micro.

Desiree Autut of Rankin Inlet performs a balance beam routine at the 2014 Arctic Winter Games in Fairbanks, Alaska. Gymnastics was to be part of the 2016 Arctic X Games in Whitehorse next March but the event has been cancelled.

Doom and gloom for Nunavut sports
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH -To say the past little while hasn't been good for sport in Nunavut is to say bears don't ... well, you know. But what bears do is how some people feel right now when it comes to what's happened to two rather significant events to the territory's athletes. The first big event to be deep-sixed was the 2016 Arctic X Games, the multi-sport event planned for Whitehorse next March.

Patrick Leonard from the Seven Fingers of the Hand, left, poses with Artcirq performer Jimmy Qamukaq.

Artcirq and Alianait celebrate decade together
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Looking back on the decade that Artcirq has come alive at Alianait Arts Festival, co-founder Guillaume Saladin reflects on how much the youth-oriented group has changed since its humble beginnings. To celebrate that, the circus group is taking on a new act to perform at this year's Iqaluit festival, June 30.



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