Ilangani, tusagatsait aullatitauKattavut KaujimakKujautillugit inuit Kanuk Nunatsiavut kavamanga ammalu ilonnâni avittusimajuni sujuKasimalimmangât, sunaillu Kaimmangâta.

Tusagatsavut KaujimattisiKattaniattut ilinnik ullumimunut iluani Nunatsiavut kavamangata ammalu ilonnâni avittusimajuni.  Ilisillutit Kagitaujakkut allavinnik ammalu malilugit malittaugialet tâkkunani.

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Winter

Find out about the steps required to conduct research in Nunatsiavut, the success of a community freezer project in Nain, recipes for arctic char and moose dishes, and more in this newsletter.

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Canadian Constituency Office | Nunatsiavut Silatani

Winter

The Christmas issue covers the two meetings of the Nunatsiavut Assembly after the last edition, a number of events during the winter, and profiles on a number of our Beneficiaries.

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Summer

Including the update from the Nunatsiavut Assembly in regard to their two meetings during the summer period, this issue also highlights the graduation of a number of students from the [Labrador] Bachelor of Social Work, and the launch of Rosetta Stone Volume II.

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Fall

Along with the updates from the Nunatsiavut Assembly, this newsletter includes articles on our heritage and elders, as well as coverage of the grand opening of the Nunatsiavut Legislative Assembly building.

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Department of Health & Social Development

Winter | Volume 4 | Issue 2

Highlights include details on a number of events and new projects such as Take Back the Night!, the Rigolet Salmon Festival, the launch of an Inuit specific breastfeeding DVD, the Ordinary Lives Project, and more.

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Summer | Volume 4 | Issue 1

Details are provided on Hopedale’s National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week, the launch of the Sharing Our Stories DVD, and events and projects being undertaken in a number of communities within Nunatsiavut.

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Summer | Volume 3 | Issue 1

Showcasing the success of the H1N1 clinics, the National Inuit Early Childhood Education Gathering, and the Integrated Nursing Access Program, this newsletter provides information on many great aspects of our region.

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Winter | Volume 3 | Issue 2

From the success of the youth camp at Iggiak to the start of the Mapping the Way initiative, this newsletter provides plenty of information about another busy season for the DHSD.

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Winter | Volume 2 | Issue 2

Providing news from the various communities in regard to health initiatives and issues, as well as news on a number of related events, this issue showcases just how much happened during the season.

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Summer | Volume 2 | Issue 1

Learn more about the importance of Community Health Aides, the use of telehealth, the promotion of breast health awareness, and a number of key events that happened within Nunatsiavut.

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Mapping the Way

October | Volume 1 | Issue 2

Learn more about Occupational Therapy Month, The I Feel Better Now! program, the career fair that was held at Sheshatshiu Innu School in September, and a number of other items within this newsletter.

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August | Volume 1 | Issue 1

As the first newsletter from Mapping the Way, this issue introduced the team, provided info on a “Handwriting Without Tears” workshop, and also detailed the work of a summer work intern student, Linda Saunders-McLean.

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Nunatsiavut Group of Companies

Volume 1, Number 1

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Tugâpvik Nunatsiavut

Tugâpvik Nunatsiavut, Vol. 6 No. 2

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2016 Ukiuk/Upingasâk - Vol. 6, No. 1

Atsunaigutik AngajukKâmit Leo - Sitamani jâriusimajuni, kamagiaKasimavunga ilonnainik Ikajuttaugutilinnik Labradorimi Inuit Nunamik Satusaisimannimut AngiKatigegutinganut pigunnausittut.

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Spring Newsletter 2015

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Ukiatsâk 2014

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Upingasâk | Vol. 4 | No. 4

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Summer | Volume 4 | Issue 1

Find out more about Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s visit, the launch of the second level of Rosetta Stone, and plenty of other events to have happened in the summer of 2013.

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Spring | Volume 3 | Issue 4

In the spring of 2013, the Nunatsiavut Executive Council met with the Provincial Cabinet, the Ungava Peninsula Caribou Aboriginal Round Table was created, and a number of other great initiatives began.

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Winter | Volume 3 | Issue 3

The winter of 2013 saw an emergency summit with Aboriginal leaders from Quebec and Labrador to discuss ways to protect the George River caribou herd. Along with this, funding was approved for a new Torngâsok Cultural Centre, and other improvements within Nunatsiavut begun.

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Fall | Volume 3 | Issue 2

The fall of 2012 saw the commemoration of the formal apology by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to residents of Nutak who were relocated from there in 1956.

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Summer | Volume 3 | Issue 1

With the launch of a new Tourism Nunatsiavut website, the success of the Blue Light Campaign, and the start of the presidency of the first elected woman, the summer of 2012 had many great events.

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Spring | Volume 2 | Issue 4

In the spring of 2012, the Nunatsiavut Government sponsored Bachelor of Social Work program received a national award, we became a 51% shareholder in Air Labrador, and our President decided not to seek re-election.

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Fall | Volume 2 | Issue 2

The fall of 2011 saw the launch of the Unikkausivut: Sharing Our Stories collection, funding approvals from the provincial government for a number of projects, the 18th Annual Labrador Inuit Youth Symposium in Postville, and more.

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Summer | Volume 2 | Issue 1

During the summer of 2011, an emotional ceremony was held to mark the return of the remains of 13 Inuit to northern Labrador, the third national Truth and Reconciliation event was scheduled, over $20 million was committed to recreational facilities for Hopedale and Makkovik, and more.

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Spring | Volume 1 | Issue 4

During the spring of 2011, the Nunatsiavut Group of Companies was launched, a national strategy was introduced for Inuit education, and the remains of 22 Inuit taken from marked graves were returned during a repatriation ceremony at Zoar.

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Winter | Volume 1 | Issue 3

The winter of 2011 involved a number of great funding announcements, several changes to Nunatsiavut Government programs, and a number of great examples of our skills development strategy to improve our workforce.

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Fall | Volume 1 | Issue 2

Marking the first meeting between our Executive Cabinet and the Provincial Cabinet, the fall of 2010 also saw the groundwork laid for a number of future Nunatsiavut Government programs, initiatives, and legislation.

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Summer | Volume 1 | Issue 1

Aiming to keep Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement up-to-date on activities and development related to the Nunatsiavut Government, the launch of our newsletter was well received.

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