A window to the arctic
Rankin: Bear Story / Graduation 95-96 Taloyoak Square DanceIBC Archives
N.I.C. Meeting in Rankin InletIBC Archives
Kanzan River KayakIBC Archives
Archive 04092IQIBC Archives
Archive 06171IQIBC Archives
Archive 09180BLIBC Archives
Building An IglooIBC Archives
Taloyoak Newjaliak QimikpikIBC Archives
Parks Project #2IBC Archives
Archive 04072IQIBC Archives
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.
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.
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: Siurjuk Toonoo telling a comical story. Segment 2: John Maniilak telling his experience when he had his first communion at the Catholiq church. Segment 3: Rankin Inlet doing a talent show for the public. Segment 4: Looee Nowdlak ( Arreak) sings on stage.
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.
Host: James Kavana Segment 1: Land claims negotiations about the boundary of Nunavut. There is a concern with the Dene of the NWT. This is a meeting between Inuit and Dene.
Where will the Capital of Nunavut be?
Producer: Rankin Inlet - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Segment 1: Manitok Thompson explains what the Nunavut Implementation Commission is proposing to the public regarding the new Nunavut Territory. This is a public meeting in Rankin Inlet.
Takuyaksat Show # 84
Producer: Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Host: Brenda Qijuk Segment 1: John Tugak talks about his experiences seeing large fish in the river and other strange fish. Segment 2: John Ivalutanar from Naujat, Nunavut and Josiah Nulilaak share their traditional knowledge about snow formation.
Takuyaksat Show #51
Producer: Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Host: Hugh Haqpi Segment 1: Donat Anawak talks about what he remembers from when he was young. He also explains how Inuit made “pisiq” (songs). He also talks about adoption. He was known to take children away from abusive parents.
Producer: Baker Lake - Inuit Broadcasting Corporation Host: Barney Pattungujaq Segment 1: How to make tea using tundra bush for kindling. Segment 2: Luke Arna’naaq talks about the flying object he saw. It wasn’t a plane or anything he’s seen before. Segment 3: A short description on cranes and their nesting habits.