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Canada : Nunavut

Nunavut is the largest, northernmost and newest territory of Canada. It was separated officially from the Northwest Territories on April 1, 1999, via the Nunavut Act and the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement.

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NEWS: What you read on from Oct. 7 to Oct. 14

The most-read story on Nunatsiaq News last week concerned the arrests of a youth and a 21-year-old, Glenn Kadlak Jr. of Rankin Inlet, each of whom is charged with the murder of Ray “O.J.” Taparti Jr. Taparti Jr.‘s body was found on July 7, 2017, in an industrial area of Rankin Inlet, days after the 12-year-old had gone missing in the Kivalliq community of about 2,800 people. The boy’s death was always considered a homicide, though it took over a year for the police to release any news...

TAISSUMANI: Taissumani, Oct. 19

Arsene Louis Eugene Turquetil was born on July 3, 1876, in Reviers, France. Orphaned at a young age, he was adopted by nuns of a local parish, so it can be truly said that he had a religious upbringing. From a young age, his one desire was to be a missionary. Not just a priest, but a missionary. After completing his studies in France and Belgium, on his ordination to the priesthood in 1899, he was asked his preference for a future ministry; he replied “Anywhere, as long as it is a mission...

NEWS: Grays Bay’s prospects look more positive, Nunavut Resource Corp. says

CAMBRIDGE BAY—The Nunavut Resource Corp’s chief operating officer, Scott Northey, gave an upbeat report on Thursday to the Kitikmeot Inuit Association’s annual general meeting in Cambridge Bay. In a revised handout of the NRC’s report to the meeting’s delegates from around western Nunavut, no mention was made of the $300,000 that computer hackers stole from the KIA-owned organization, except to say that the NRC is “very much in a period of transition seeking to take the next big...

NEWS: Nunavut’s cannabis commission sees “a lot of interest” in local retail

It’s only just become legal, but Nunavut’s newly renamed Liquor and Cannabis Commission says it has received “a lot of interest” from potential retailers hoping to sell cannabis within the territory. Nunavut’s Cannabis Act allows private retailers to sell marijuana in Nunavut communities, but the commission has said it won’t consider that until next year, at the earliest. The agency can’t even accept applications at this point, said the NULC’s director, Dan Young, until after...

NEWS: Rules governing Nunavut’s public housing wait-lists remain murky to many

Brian Tagalik moved his family into a tent outside the legislative assembly in Iqaluit last month, when he learned that living in a tent would give his family 100 extra points in the system that governs the waiting list for public housing. Tagalik’s family has been on that list for four years, even though his girlfriend has been working for the Government of Nunavut’s Department of Health for 14 years. Tagalik only learned after the family pitched their tent, during a meeting with MLAs...

NEWS: Nunavut’s chief medical officer abruptly vacates her job

Dr. Kim Barker has abruptly left her position as Nunavut’s chief medical officer of health, the Department of Health confirmed Oct. 18. Barker was hired as deputy chief medical officer in April 2015 and promoted to chief medical officer in 2016. The Government of Nunavut’s Department of Health wouldn’t offer details on Barker’s departure. “Effective Tuesday, October 16, 2018, Dr. Kim Barker is no longer employed with the Government of Nunavut,” a department spokesperson said in...