Nunavut Trade show wraps up in Iqaluit

Visitors to the Nunavut Trade Show in Iqaluit check out the Nunavut Fisheries and Marine Training Consortium booth Sept. 19. The trade show ran from Sept. 17 to 19 and featured conference sessions, keynote speakers and over 80 exhibitors. (Photo by Emma Tranter)

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And they’re off!

Students at Kiilinik High School in Cambridge Bay head out to participate in the annual Terry Fox run to raise money for cancer research on Friday, Sept. 20. (Photo by Jane George)

Ready to rescue

Nunavut’s Coast Guard auxiliary has a new rescue boat: the MV Kruger, inaugurated Sept. 14, seen here in Cambridge Bay. Along with Rankin Inlet and Gjoa Haven, Cambridge Bay was among the three Nunavut communities that received $1 million to purchase search and rescue boats and equipment through the federal government’s Indigenous Community Boat Volunteer Pilot Program. (Photo by Jane George)

Goodnight, Rankin Inlet

The sunset reflects on Williamson Lake in Rankin Inlet Sept. 9. (Photo by Emma Tranter)

Nunavik daycare cooks enjoy summer cook training

From left: daycare cooks Akinisie Sivuarapik, Rebecca Thomassiah, Marthe Paris and Mary Inuktaluk participate in a summer cook training at the Nasivvik adult education student residence in Kangiqsujuaq. The training is offered to daycare cooks, through a partnership between the Kativik Regional Government’s employment and training department, the KRG’s childcare department and Kativik Ilisarniliriniq’s adult education and vocational training department. (Photo by Emilie Vaissiere)

Rainbows over Kuujjuaq

A few rainy days have made rainbows a regular sight over Kuujjuaq, such as the one seen here on Tuesday, Sept. 10. (Photo by Elaine Anselmi)