Taloyoak Story Teller and Gjoa Haven Fishermen
Host: Michael Haqpi Segment 1: Peter Peetooloot of Taloyoak talks about good hunting and fishing places. Peter Peetooloot talks about his childhood even before Taloyoak was a community. Segment 2: Silas Aittauq of Baker Lake is making dog harness from caribou skin legs. Segment 3: Hunters of Taloyoak fishing at a Fishing Weir with Kakivak. Segment 4: Silas Aittauq of Baker Lake is frying caribou meat the traditional way using rocks and Arctic Heather as fuel.
Rankin: Bear Story / Graduation 95-96 Taloyoak Square Dance
Host: Judy Lee 2nd Host: Noah Tiktaq Segment 1: The beginning of the school for kindergarten in Rankin Inlet. Segment 2: Elder Samuel Nahaulaituq from Taloyoak tells a story about a polar bear. The bear broke into his igloo. Segment 3: Taloyoak square dance.
Taloyoak Newjaliak Qimikpik
Host: Rebecca Anaviapik- Soucie Segment 1: Nujaliaq Qimirpik fell in icy water while hunting in the winter. He explains how he survived. Location: Taloyoak, Nunavut Segment 2: A group of people singing gospel while camping. Segment 3: Nujaliaq Qimirpik finishes his story of his hunting incident in water.
Taloyoak Music Festival
Taloyoak Music Festival. People from all regions are invited to sing.
Host: Judy Lee Segment 1: Simioni Aqpik explains the rule for getting which part of meat should be given to which hunter after a kill of beluga. Segment 2: Baker Lake celebrates Hamlet day outside by tea making contest and other traditional activities. Segment 3: John Anaijaa from Taloyoak sings with his guitar.
Segment 1: Inuit Summer games in Cambridge Bay. Surrounding communities gather to compete in games. This includes tea boiling outside and plucking geese. Location: Taloyoak, Nunavut Segment 2: The elders gather together to socialize by gong on picnics and playing games where they donate prizes. Elder Lena Nuliayuk Kingmiaqtuq explains what they do to socialize. Segment 3: Tooniit Band from Arctic Bay entertain the crowd.