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.
Parks Project #2
Host: Brenda Qijuk Segment 1: This is about caribou clothing made by Hargvartumiut near Baker Lake. Marjorie Aqigarq talks about the clothing. Segment 2: Jacob Ikinilik talks about skinning the caribou the proper way. Segment 3: Martha Nukik talks about how to tan a caribou skin. She also demonstrates how to use traditional tools.
Host: Julie Ivalu Segment 1: Hannah Uyarak talks about how sinew was made. Hannah Uyarak talks about getting sinew from Narwhal back muscle, Caribou back and leg muscle, fox tail muscle and ring and bearded seal throat. Margaret Kipsigak and Madeline Ivalu demonstrate how sinew is made from Narwhal back muscle. Segment 2: Lydia Qalluttiaq Maliki making Traditional Inuit clothing from seal skin and dog fur scrapes.
Host: Kamiga Noah Segment 1: Alain Iyerak skinning and butchering caribou. Alain Iyerak is telling a story about a bowhead hunt, and to treat all animals with respect. Segment 2: Joshua Nuilaalik and other elders return to Kitikat River Crossing where he used to fish and grew up near Baker Lake. Segment 3: Rankin Inlet celebrates its 20th Hamlet Day Anniversary. Manitok Thompson on behalf of Rankin Inlet Council talks about the events and activities to be held on Hamlet day Segment 4: Inukjuak is hosting Music Festival with singers John Uvaut and fiddler Charlie Toomi
Big Hips Island
Big Hips Island IBC Baker Lake