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Iqaluit's Niqinik Nuatsivik Food Bank is a volunteer-driven initiative that serves the food security needs of many Iqalummiut in need. Niqinik Nuatsivik is registered charity that receives the...

Inuit women in the Kivalliq region are learning how to sew traditional clothing, animal skin tanning techniques, creative writing, and are also finding support in their journey as survivors of residential school, as indigenous women, and as people looking to take back their lives...

Ukiurmi Pijunnaqsiniq Camp is an annual program for youth who are interested in gaining cultural knowledge and survival skills from experienced elders. The camp operates on the land for 10 days every year and is run by the Kivalliq Inuit Association (KIA). For more information, visit...

The Rankin Inlet Hunters and Trappers Organization (HTO), the Hamlet of Rankin Inlet, the Community Economic Development Officer (CEDO) of the Department of Economic Development and Transportation...

Rankin Inlet schools took part in an anti-bullying walk of awareness in May of 2012. You can read more about this initiative here.

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