Malaya travels by qimutsik dog team across the ice of Frobisher Bay to Apex and prepares a lovely winter arctic char lunch with friend Joanna Awa.
Program name: Tohaknaak Producer: Cambridge Bay - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Host: Ada Todd, James Kavana Segment 1: Frank Anaaluk and Helen Maksagak, Elders from Cambridge Bay talk about how the town of Cambridge Bay started. They also talk about the medical services. Segment 2: This is information about the dangers of PCB, an environmental contaminant. The Inuit Broadcasting Corporation, established in Canada's territory of Nunavut, has been producing Inuit language video, by, for and about Inuit since 1981. This video is from their collection and has been made available on the Internet for your enjoyment through funding provided by the Government of Canada and the Government of Nunavut.
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.
Canada C3 - D'un Océan à l'Autre
Le fondateur de SSi Canada, Jeff Philipp, s'est joint à l'expédition Canada C3 à la neuvième étape, de Pond Inlet, au Nunavut, à Cambridge Bay, en Colombie-Britannique. Canada C3 était un voyage épique de 150 jours de Toronto, en Ontario, jusqu'à Victoria, en Colombie-Britannique, via le passage du Nord-Ouest pour célébrer le 150e anniversaire du Canada en explorant la diversité des cultures, de l'environnement et des communautés tout en voyageant d'un océan à l'autre. Il s'agit d'un projet de communication sans précédent, rejoignant des millions de Canadiens via Internet avec des mises à jour quotidiennes en direct, des vidéos en continu, des photos et des entrevues. Sans l'innovation, l'expertise technique et la contribution de la capacité satellitaire de SSi Canada, ce projet n'aurait pas été possible.
Nunavut hotel provides business travelers with essential Internet access
Page Burt manages Nanuq Lodge & Executive Suites in Rankin Inlet, owned by partner John Hickes, a well-known community leader born just south of Rankin on the coast. Page describes how their two small hotels located on the shores of Hudson’s Bay offers QINIQ broadband access to guests for free -- the majority of whom are in town for business. Fast and reliable Internet access is a priority for those who must transfer large files such as map data, and for everyone to connect to work and family while away. Video sponsored by SSi Canada (https://www.ssicanada.com) operators of the QINIQ (https://www.qiniq.com) broadband network in Nunavut. Thanks to Page Burt, John Hickes and Chesley Ford of Nanuq Lodge (http://www.nanuqlodge.com) for your wonderful hospitality and help with the video. Find the communications firm Outcrop (http://outcropnunavut.com). Videographer Ivan Hughes, Compass Digital Media (http://www.compassdigital.ca). Producer Lorraine Thomas, Imaituk Inc. (http://www.imaituk.ca).
Caribou Hunting Tips, Name Sakes, Igloo Building and Dog Team Travel
Host: Saimataq Michael Interviewer: Peter Tapatai Segment 1: Elders of Baker Lake gather at Igloo having caribou cooked meat. Barnabas Peryour talks about the change of caribou migration route. Segment 2: Mark and Qillaq Ijjangiaq of Igloolik talking about naming babies with namesake. Segment 3: Mark Ijjangiaq is teaching how to make Igloo. Interviewer: Saimataq Micheal Segment 4: Peter Atsiqtaq talks about when he used to be a guide for Roman Catholic, R.C.M.P. and Hudson’s Bay Company between the communities of Kimmirut, Cape Dorset and Iqaluit by dog teams.
Host: Ulusie Kulula Segment 1: Tooniq Tyme in Iqaluit. People are seen celebrating the arrival of spring by playing games. Location: Hall Beach, Nunavut Segment 2: Elder Phillip Kripanik tells stories of his past and some Inuit Qaujimajartuqangit. Location : Cambridge Bay, Nunavut Segment 3: Johnny Lyall and elders talks about the “Inuugarulik” little people. Segment 4: Alaska drummers drumming.
Host: Rebecca Anaviapik- Soucie Segment 1: Naujat (Repulse Bay) public saying greetings to their relatives and friends. Segment 2: Rankin Inlet saying their Christmas greetings to relatives and friends.