NTI hosts country food giveaway

Mary Angmarlik, a governance co-ordinator with Nunavut Tunngavik Inc., bags some maktaaq on Thursday afternoon as part of a country food giveaway in Iqaluit. NTI hosted the event with the Iqaluit Hunters and Trappers Association as part of its board of directors meeting, which wrapped up Wednesday. NTI often hosts giveaways in communities where meetings take place, according to Angmarlik. All of the fish NTI had brought was gone within minutes, and the maktaaq was claimed quickly by residents who came ready with their shopping bags. (Photo by Jeff Pelletier)

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(3) Comments:

  1. Posted by Jamesie on

    Oh, look. Somebody must’ve reminded NTI they’re in a position to do something good for more Inuit than only the people higher up the organization.

  2. Posted by hermann kliest on

    Good for Iqaluit, always and only beneficiary to NTI, then if there is any, Baffin Island communities. and when that area is served, maybe, and only maybe. Kivalliq and then Kitikmeot. NTI you sure are one city minded organization. somedays I regret for being stout supporter in the early days. now…..and I wonder sometimes why you have offices in each region….


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