1992 Orioles Remember Johnny Oates

I had no business being in the American League, particularly the American League East, but as a favor to Johnny, who was a longtime friend,...

Don't Miss Johnny Danger Concert During Mike Erdman Toyota's Free Auction Party Friday 6 to 8 pm

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Don't miss Johnny Danger in concert at Mike Erdman Toyota from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday night to kick off Saturday's...

Exchange program gives teens from Ontario, Nunavut a chance to share knowledge

Then in small teams, the students pitched their ideas in a Dragons' Den-style competition, where they were judged by business and community leaders and government...

Nunavut sound to become Canada's largest protected area - The Lawyer's Daily (subscription)

The Lawyer's Daily (subscription)Nunavut sound to become Canada's largest protected areaThe Lawyer's Daily (subscription)“The designation of this protected area is an important achievement and one...

Construction of new Nunavut school brings closure to “difficult chapter”

Education Minister Paul Quassa said the new school brings closure to “a difficult chapter.” “This new school symbolizes a fresh start for the community and...

A big thank you from the family of Solomon Qanatsiaq

... who came to support our family and we are grateful for the following organizations who provided for our essential needs: QIA, NTI, the Northern...

Stanley launches wood-glass hybrid

Work on National Pride's hull began a year ago, with a crew including Stanley and his wife, Lorraine, Jonathan Minott, Chris Peterson, David Sordyl, Chris...

Break-in at Iqaluit elder's apartment provokes anger among residents

“Our Elders need better protection,” said Iqaluit-Niaqunnguu MLA Pat Angnakak, who has often raised issues about elders in the Nunavut Legislature. The Iqaluit RCMP confirmed...

Tallurutiup Imanga/Lancaster Sound in High Arctic to be Canada's Largest Protected Area

Canada NewsWireToday, Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, Catherine McKenna, along with Joe Savikataaq, Nunavut's Minister of Environment, and...

Media Advisory - The Government of Canada, the Government of

(press release)GATINEAU, QC, Aug. 14, 2017 /CNW/ - The Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, the Honourable Catherine...

Why It's Great the Smiths Broke Up

The Smiths generation keeps trying to piece back together its broken home, even as they find themselves closer now to their own retirement home than...

Liam Gallagher, Eternal Fuckin' Shit-Talker

On the top floor of the Casa Del Mar Hotel in Santa Monica, Liam is hosting a rotating door of journalists. It's a favorite sport...

Nunavut senator says SCC ruling bodes well for devolution talks

Nunavut Premier Peter Taptuna said in April that he would like to have a devolution agreement-in-principle in place with Ottawa before his government's term ends...

Child miners aged four living a hell on Earth so YOU can drive an electric car: Awful human cost in squalid Congo ...

When Sky News investigated the Katanga mines it found Dorsen, working near a little girl called Monica, who was four, on a day of relentless...

Balmaceda earns title shot with impressive victory

Jajoute (4-2) sagged to the mat, prompting referee Keith Peterson to stop the scheduled three-round bout after just 3 minutes, 13 seconds. Balmaceda let out...

GN ponders options for Nunavut addictions treatment

Next time, vote for the Government who will help our people like Paul Okalik. Who else?. The old Hudson's Bay, now Northern Store is run...

Nunavut gov't explores possibility of trauma, addictions treatment centre

After years of promises and false starts, the Nunavut government is exploring the possibility of opening the territory's first residential trauma and addictions treatment centre...

Refreshed: The benefits of working from home for the employee and the firm

Barnard signed up with insurance “pretirement” employment agency, Work At Home Vintage Experts (WAHVE), who placed her with Keith D. Peterson after rigorous skill testing.

Gov't of Nunavut coerced employee by withholding sick leave benefits, privacy commissioner says

The Government of Nunavut broke privacy law when it coerced an employee on sick leave to provide more personal health information than it was entitled...

Drury Announces Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

Honors: Carpinello, Michael John; Gardner, Tahira Lakeisha; Goyette, Ashton Marie; Harrison, Thaylen Daniel; Kenner, Maya Angelou; Meehan, Connor Matthew; Robinson, Brooks Allan; Senecal, Elissa Lori;...

Business exchange camp gives Ontario, Nunavut students a life-changing experience

The top five teams advanced to the final round which had special VIP judges, including Nunavut Premier Peter Taptuna, ITK President Natan Obed, and Mitzie...

UPEI, government of Nunavut offering first graduate-level course taught in Inuktitut

The course, which is offered in Iqaluit, promotes collaboration and communication among the members of the community who support and guide education in the area,...

Secrecy at Nunavut lender may continue despite calls for transparency

Monica Ell-Kanayuk, the Government of Nunavut's economic development and transportation minister, responding to questions in the Nunavut legislature from Iqaluit-Niaqunnguu MLA Pat Angnakak June 8,...

Watch those tweets and Facebook posts, urges Nunavut MLA

Baker Lake MLA Simeon Mikkungwak used his member's statement at the legislature last week to make a public service request: The next time you update...

Mobile addictions treatment underway in western Nunavut, says minister

The news came a few years late but Health Minister George Hickes came into the Nunavut Legislature June 2 with some “exciting developments regarding addictions...

Nunavut income support: side jobs, savings accounts allowed

Allan Rumbolt, MLA for Hudson Bay, wanted to know, June 7, what efforts are being made to ensure people know about the changes and how...

Nunavut education minister makes last ditch effort to save Bill 37

Education Minister Paul Quassa made a last ditch plea to Nunavut MLAs Wednesday to open proposed legislation to change the Education and Inuit Language Protection...

Nunavut hamlet to get playground after repeated delays

The single-school community has been without a playground for a few years despite the Government of Nunavut having allocated money to build one, MLA for...

Nunavut struggles to care for elders closer to home

"Elders establish the backbone of Nunavut culture and language and the Inuit fabric across the communities," said Rankin Inlet South's Alexander Sammurtok, quoting the government's...

Nunavut education minister can't find Inuktitut curriculum materials

... Minister Paul Quassa said in the Nunavut legislature June 1, after South Baffin MLA David Joanasie asked if Quassa could confirm information in a...

Despite support, uncertain timeline for beer-wine store openings: Nunavut minister

That was the timeline revealed in the Nunavut legislature May 30 by Finance Minister Keith Peterson, also the minister responsible for Nunavut's liquor commission, in...

Feds announce split of Indigenous language money for NWT, Nunavut

These agreements, which give $19.6 million to the NWT and $15.8 million for Nunavut, cover the period from 2016 to 2020. “We are thrilled with...

Education, health likely to dominate upcoming Nunavut legislature sitting

The short, two-week spring sitting of the Nunavut Legislative Assembly will include a number of debates including over whether to enact the long-awaited, much consulted...

Nunavut MLAs scrutinize AG's health report, grill GN officials

Tununiq MLA Joe Enook asked the health department's deputy minister Colleen Stockley. While it's not ideal to have people in positions for which they aren't...

Whale Cove has Nunavut's lowest suicide rate—here's why

George Kuksuk, the minister of Culture and Heritage and MLA for Arviat North-Whale Cove, is from Arviat, but has spent a lot of time in...

Nunavut MLAs reverse course on controversial language/education act

Committee chairperson Tom Sammurtok said the bill should not pass to a third reading, which means it will be ignored until it dies with the...

Nunavut MLA says lack of daycare hurts high school attendance

With that, Baker Lake MLA Simeon Mikkungwak found the community's next option from the government would be to identify a space for a daycare and...

Child and Family Services Act conflicts with Inuit culture, MLA alleges

Quttiktuq MLA Isaac Shooyook says that words in the Child and Family Services Act that say “parents should use methods other than force by way...

Blizzard in Coral Harbour prompts renewed call for snow fences in the hamlet

A three-day blizzard in Coral Harbour last week provoked renewed calls for snow fences in the community. Mayor of Coral Harbour Ronnie Ningeongan said the...

Keith Peterson slams Paul Okalik's 'alternate facts' on Iqaluit beer and wine store

Nunavut Finance Minister Keith Peterson pulled a page from U.S. politics Thursday in the legislature in defending his government's plan to open a beer and...

Nunavut minister tight-lipped about language laws and the private sector

Iqaluit-Sinaa MLA Paul Okalik asked Languages Minister George Kuksuk Feb. 27 if sections of Nunavut's two language laws that apply to the private sector will...

Nunavut MLA wants to know if raven feces cause cancer

He won his seat in a byelection to replace former MLA Samuel Nuqingaq, who was booted out by his peers because of chronic absences from...

We'll create internal committee for QGH, Nunavut's health minister says

Iqaluit-Niaqunnguu MLA Pat Angnakak said Feb. 21 she's "very disappointed" in a decision by Health Minister George Hickes to create a GN-run advisory board for...

Sailivik Society president hopes for 2018 opening for Iqaluit elders' facility

One of the milestones that has happened since last year is the hiring of a new business plan writer through funding from the government's Department...

Nunavut community reeling from devastating weekend tragedy

Rankin Inlet South MLA Alexander Sammurtok said his constituents are grieving and have rallied behind the families, who have lost husbands, fathers and sons. “The...

Nunavut in 2016: a look back at the year's biggest stories

1 after he had lain down in the middle of the road. • Elections Nunavut on Jan. 4 issues a writ for a by-election to...

Buffalo Grove scores a big seasonal win with Partners for our Communities

The idea came about via Buffalo Grove boys basketball coach Keith Peterson and his affiliation with the Deer Grove Covenant Church. A group from the...

Nunavut, NWT premiers slam Arctic drilling moratorium

The decision to ban oil and gas drilling in Arctic waters could cripple Nunavut's future financial independence, says the territory's premier. Peter Taptuna says the...

Iqaluit family homeless after winter eviction from public housing

Winter evictions don't sit well with many Nunavummiut, including Iqaluit-Niaqunnguu MLA Pat Angnakak. "I, like a lot of people, thought they didn't happen," she said.

The Arctic This Week Take 5: Week of December 12, 2016

Suggesting that the government is going after the wrong culprit, Tununiq MLA Joe Enook put it thus: “…you can't throw out thousands of years of...