How Inuit traditions and satellite Internet help create jobs in Nunavut

Description: Kiluk Ltd in Arviat, Nunavut produces fine fur and leather clothing making extensive use of traditional materials, including northern leather and sealskin furs. Talented Inuit seamstresses design and sew jackets, mitts, vests, wall hangings, purses and accessories. General Manager Sherlyn Kadjuk describes how a lot of their product is sold through the Ivalu.ca website to people across Nunavut and Canada. Access to QINIQ broadband services is essential to their business success. Video sponsored by SSi Canada (https://www.ssicanada.com) operators of the QINIQ (https://www.qiniq.com) broadband network in Nunavut. Thanks to Regalee Curley, Bernadette Illungiayok, Sherlyn Kadjuk, and Linda Nutarasungnik of Kiluk Ltd. (http://www.ivalu.ca/pages/Kiluk.html) for sharing your valuable time and beautiful creations in making this video. Videographer Ivan Hughes, Compass Digital Media (http://www.compassdigital.ca). Producer Lorraine Thomas, Imaituk Inc. (http://www.imaituk.ca). Special thanks to Dylan Clark, who donated aerial footage of Arviat.

Genre: Technology

Duration: 1:48

Channel: SSi Canada

Tags: ssi qiniq teleport internet isp