This year marks the eighth year of Global Dignity Events and the the fourth year Arviat students have participated.
Arviat youth joined Mrs. Universe along with thousands of students across Canada and around the world for the 8th Global Dignity Day.
Nunavut and Yukon youth were among a national art exhibition during the first Overcoming Isolation and Deepening Social Connectedness symposium held Oct 1 -3 in Toronto, Ontario.
When their snowmobile broke down, Northern College Drilling Instructor Robin Hood and one of his former students from last year, Robert Gibbons, Jr found themselves lost and stranded for four days on the frozen land near Arviat, Nunavut. Rob and Robert were both rescued safe and sound.
Arviat Research and Media projects were presented at the Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic annual workshop at the Frobisher Inn from Oct. 8-10 in Iqaluit. Social Sciences researchers came from across Canada, the United States and the circumpolar world to participate.
OTTAWA, October 15, 2013 – Global Dignity Canada formally launched its Many Faces of Dignity campaign as its theme for this year’s internationally recognized Global Dignity Day (GDD). The third national edition of GDD Canada will be a celebration of the diverse interpretations of human dignity and how these forces play out in our lives.
It's a busy night in the John Arnalukjuak High School computer lab in Arviat, Nunavut as Arviat Film Society members install software in preparation for this year's training with the Adobe Youth Voices program!
On August 7, 2013, summer students working with the Arviat Youth Wellness Media Team received some special gifts from Sony Canada while taking part in a photography workshop with professional photographers and authors Louise Abbott and Niels Jensen.
From bird banding and laboratory technology, to mapping, traditional knowledge and environmental science, summer research seasons in Nunavut are filled with opportunities for students from a variety of fields and levels to combine learning outside the classroom with the adventures of a lifetime.
The Nanisiniq Arviat History Project featured in the Globe and Mail: Inuit hunter takes climate-change message to Durban conference by Geoffrey York
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It is my pleasure and honor to write as the first guest editor for Arviat TV. I think this is going to be a wonderful thing.
Arviat residents explore history through Nanisiniq project: The Nanisiniq Arviat History Project's first news article by Jane George in Nunatsiaq News.
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