Photo of the week gallery
Museum of Nature's Natural Heritage Campus
September 25, 2018
Angel Oootova (left) and Philip Evaluarjuk (right). NS students were given a rare glimpse of objects and materials from Nunavut's archival collection held at the Museum of Nature's Natural Heritage Campus. Archaeological and pale-ontological artifacts were on display for students to learn about. Special thanks to Scott Rufolo, Margaret Currie, and Shyong En Pan for hosting our students today.
I DID IT !!
May 16, 2018
I DID IT !!! Lindsay Qanguq of Pond Inlet looks joyous after receiving her Certificate at the Nunavut Sivuniksavut graduation ceremonies in Ottawa on May 15th. Lindsey was one of 22 graduates of the 1st Year program. Fifteen graduates of the 2nd Year program were also honoured.
Lighting the Nunavut Flame
December 13, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Her Excellency Governor General Julie Payette, Nunavut Premier Paul Quassa, the Hon. Melanie Joly, and NTI President Aluki Kotierk greet NS students during a ceremony on Parliament Hill to unveil the Nunavut Coat of Arms on the Centennial Flame
Kicking off Winter at the GG's
January 28, 2017
Gabe Klengenberg from Kugluktuk sent the target flying during a demonstration of the one-foot high kick at the Governor General's annual outdoor winter party on the grounds of Rideau Hall. NS students had a lot of fun meeting the public and sharing their culture.
Adam Akpik and Dr Terry Ryan
July 19, 2016
Adam Akpik of Iqaluit shares a traditional Māori greeting, called a hongi, with Dr. Terry Ryan of the Ngāi Tahu tribe in New Zealand. Adam and his 2nd Year classmates are on a 10-day trip to New Zealand to learn about Maori culture and history, and to share the story of Nunavut.