Iqaluit this week
Researchers discuss climate change, contaminants
Tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum. Dr. John Smol from Queen’s University and Dr. Jules Blais from the University of Ottawa speak on “A window on the past: Using lake sediment to track climatic change and contaminant transport in the Arctic.”
Summer film and television workshops
Learn how to script, shoot and edit documentary films from Aug. 3-9 at Nunavut Arctic College, during the Summer Institute 2006 film and television workshops, hosted by the Ajjiit Nunavut Media Association. For more information, including cost and limited “scholarships,” call Charlotte DeWolff at 979-6464.
Science and computer camp
Nunavut Research Institute will host a science and computer camp for kids, ages nine to 13, on July 24-28 and July 31-August 4. To register or for information, call 979-7280. Space is limited, so register early.
The Nunavut Stars of Hockey Camp will take place at the Arnaitok Ipeelie Arena from August 6 to 10. Register at the Northmart lottery booth or at the city recreation office in the AWG complex.