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Mary Fredlund happily displays full shelves at the Ikurrak Food Bank in Rankin Inlet this past week. - Darrell Greer/NNSL photo
A hand of help
Ikurrak, Deacon's Cupboard important to Rankin families

The Ikurrak (giving a hand up) Food Bank is back on solid footing after surviving a tough year in Rankin Inlet. ARROW Continued

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Happenings around Nunavut

Insp. Jason Fiddler, left, and Sgt. Yvonne Niego speak at a news conference Feb. 24 where they announced the solving of five out of six recent robberies in the capital. Most of the robberies involved weapons or threat of weapons. RCMP break robbery ring
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - RCMP officers are confident they have ended a rash of robberies in the capital after arresting three men, a teenage girl and two teenage boys. The arrests were announced Feb. 24 at a news conference where police alleged the group was involved in five of six store robberies from October to February. Most of the robberies involved weapons or the threat of weapons.

Edward Kennedy, the president and CEO of The North West Company, visited Iqaluit Feb. 25 to meet with community stakeholders, including local food bank representatives, to discuss ways to improve collaboration. Kennedy also met with representatives of the Government of Nunavut. North West Company speaks up
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Amidst the outcry about high Northern food costs and the failures of the Nutrition North Canada Program, there's no doubt frustrations have been taken out on the largest Northern retailer – The North West Company – which has been accused of everything from price gouging to laughing all the way to the bank while Nunavummiut starve.

Coach Attila Csaba, right, talks with the boys table tennis team consisting of Silas Pijamini of Grise Fiord, left, Nujaliah Iyerak of Iglulik and Christopher Eetuk of Kugluktuk during the boys team event at the Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C., on Feb. 23.

Wrapping it all up
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - There were no medals for Team Nunavut at the Canada Winter games but that doesn't mean there wasn't any excitement to talk about. For the first time ever, the territory saw a team win a junior curling game at the national level as Sadie Pinksen's rink, representing the Iqaluit Curling Club, made history by beating Yukon, 8-2, on Feb. 23. Coach Lynn Kreviazuk said it was a great feeling to finally put a notch in the win column.

Printmaker Germaine Arnaktauyok's 2006 etching is featured in the Nunavut meeting room at Canada House in London.

Nunavut artwork finds home in England
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Politicians and diplomats from around the world will get a taste of the North through Nunavut artists, thanks to the recent expansion of the high commission’s Canada House in London. Canada House has been the home of the Canadian High Commission to the U.K. For the past 90 years.



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