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Board members elected to hunters and trappers organizations

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Numerous communities across Nunavut held elections for hunters and trappers board members on Monday. Below are some of the outcomes. If you have results that you’d like to see included, please contact us at editor@nunavutnews.com

Residents across Nunavut voted for representatives on hunters and trappers associations on Monday. photo courtesy of Ramona Totalik

Arctic Bay Hunters and Trappers board members:
Qaumajuq Oyukuluk – 40 votes (elected)
Moses Koonoo – 35 (elected)
Roland Taqtu – 30 (elected)
Valerie Qaunaq – 30 (elected)
Dexter Koonoo – 27 (elected)
Joeli Qamaniq – 24
Levi Barnabas – 22
Sakiasee Qaunaq – 17
Philip Attagutaluk – 15
David Qaunaq – 9
Tommy Tatatoapuk – 6

Baker Lake Hunters and Trappers board members (voter turnout 15.6 per cent):
Hugh Nateela – 95 (elected)
Kirk Aningaat – 92 (elected)
Hosea Iksiraq – 90 (elected)
Philip Putumiraqtuq – 83 (elected)
Nehemiah Kabloona – 73
Jason Putumiraqtuq – 63
Paul Niego – 56
Judy Mannik – 51
Glen Nanauq – 31
Caleb Mariq – 26

Pangnirtung Hunters and Trappers board members:
Kelly Karpik – 77 (elected)
Billy Etooangat – 72 (elected)
Patrick Kilabuk – 66 (elected)
Ben Amie Ishulutak – 45
Mathewsie Maniapik – 31
Leopa Akpalialuk – 29
Geeold Kakee – 29
Jacopie Maniapik – 27
Tommy Nowdlak – 24
Johnnylee Nakashuk – 20
Manasie Maniapik – 17

Pond Inlet Hunters and Trappers (voter turnout approximately 10 per cent):
Chair
Eric Ootoovak – 77 (elected)
Carson Sangoya – 28
Board of directors
Caleb Sangoya – 77 (elected)
Phanuel Enooagak – 75 (elected)
Nathan Ootoova – 67 (elected)
Joshua Idlout – 65 (elected)
Elijah Panikapakoocho – 52 (elected)
Peter Aglak – 49 (elected)
Caleb Ootoova – 48
Kaujak Komangapik – 41
Judah Innualuk – 38
Samuel Nashook – 35
Meshach Kilukishak – 34
Cornelius Nutarak – 23

Qikiqtarjuaq Hunters and Trappers:
Loasie Alikatuktuk – 76 (elected)
Alan Aulaqiaq – 12
Charlie Nutaralak – 3