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A Survey Day at Napâtalik

On July 5th 2018, we went off in the speedboat to Napâptalik (Woody Island). The name Napâptalik derives from the Inuttitut word for tree, napâttuk. Junius Bird, an American archaeologist, his wife Margaret (Peggy), and their guide Heinrich Uisuk (Hopedale resident) researched the island in 1934...READ MORE

Report from the IKkaumajammik (Memories) Project

The IkKaumajammik Project, which began in 2017, resumed in Rigolet and Hopedale this year. The intention of this project is to revive an adult theatre troupe in each community and to encourage and provide a basis for any future community-based play production...READ MORE

Examining the Impacts of the George River Caribou Herd Hunting Ban

My name is Jason Dicker. I am an Inuk from Nain, Nunatsiavut. I moved to Corner Brook, Newfoundland in 2013 to complete my BA in Environmental Studies after transferring from the College of the North Atlantic where I received my diploma in the Northern Natural Resources Technician program...READ MORE