Iqaluit Girl Guides raise funds for camping trip

Members of the Iqaluit Girl Guides sell 50/50 tickets, cups of caribou stew, loonie/toonie items and more at the RBC building on Friday, July 12. Money raised goes to supporting their participation in a week-long Girl Guides of Canada camping trip in Doe Lake, Ont. in August. (Photo by Emma Tranter)

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Tea break in the Kivalliq

Jackie Nakoolak and Michelle Kaludjak take a break from fishing, at a spot between Whale Cove and Rankin Inlet in early June. (Photo by Noel Kaludjak)

Run, Rankin Inlet, run

Residents of Rankin Inlet have a new space to walk and run. The hamlet’s recreation department just completed a walking and running track in the Kivalliq community, located near the baseball diamond. The track is surrounded by boulders to keep vehicles out. (Photo courtesy of Hamlet of Rankin Inlet)

Artcirq stands tall on Nunavut Day

Members of Artcirq, the Igloolik-based Inuit circus collective, practise while being spotted by Guillaume Saladin during a fishing trip outside the Nunavut community at Qupiquqtuq on July 9. “It was a beautiful Nunavut Day!” said group member Gisle Henriet. (Photo courtesy of G. Henriet)

The view from way up high

Robert Kautuk of Clyde River took this aerial image of the sea ice breaking up near his cabin near Cape Christian on July 1, with the help of his Mavic 2 Zoom drone. (Photo courtesy of Robert Kautuk)

Seal for everyone!

Two large seals, cut into pieces by Canadian Rangers, are placed out for people to eat during Nunavut Day celebrations in Iqaluit on Tuesday, July 9. (Photo by Emma Tranter)

Happy Nunavut Day!

Miali Coley-Sudlovenick and her daughter Anika celebrate Nunavut Day today in Iqaluit. Anika is wearing the amauti that Miali wore when she was little. The celebrations continue this afternoon at the city’s Four Corners intersection with mini putt, games, face painting, a barbecue, country food, music and more. (Photo by Emma Tranter)

At Rankin Inlet’s airport in good company

From left: Simon Kowmak, Hattie Alagalak, Emilene Kowmak and Molly Kidlapik wait for their planes at Rankin Inlet airport on Canada Day. There were a lot of flight cancellations over the holiday weekend, because of fog. (Photo by Noel Kaludjak)