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Nunavut Votes 2004
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North.cbc.ca is keeping a close watch on the election campaign. Find out what CBC Radio One and Canada Now / Northbeat has to say about the leaders, the issues and the race.


Political Panel - Voters
Canada Now| Northbeat | Feb. 11

With only days left before voters head to the polls, our political panel discusses what might be on the minds of citizens of Nunavut before they cast their ballots. Northbeat host Jennifer Tilden speaks with Nunatsiaq News' Jim Bell and law student Susan Enuaroq.

Watch the video in English
Watch the video in Inuktitut

 


Political Panel 2: The Inuit Way
Canada Now| Northbeat | Feb. 10

Nunavut is the only jurisdiction in the country where people of European descent are not the majority. There were hopes, when the territory was created in 1999, that the values and language of the Inuit would dominate public life. But that hasn't been the case so far, and in Nunavut, like the rest of Canada, English remains the working tongue.

Nunatsiaq News' Jim Bell and law student Susan Enuaroq discuss the language and culture issue with Northbeat host Carol Morin in English. Watch the video in English

Iqaluit businessman Joe Kunuk and law student Susan Enuaroq discuss the language and culture issue in Inuktitut with Igalaaq host Rassi Nashalik.
Watch the video in Inuktitut



Political Panel - Inuktitut

Canada Now| Northbeat | Feb. 6

Our Inuktitut political panel - Iqaluit businessman Joe Kunuk and law student Susan Enuaroq - discuss the opening of the election campaign with Qulluq host Rassi Nashalik, their take on the events so far and what may prove to be the important issues this campaign. Watch the video in Inuktitut


Political Panel - English
Canada Now| Northbeat | Feb. 6

Our English political panel - Nunatsiaq News' Jim Bell and law student Susan Enuaroq - talk with Northbeat host Carol Morin about the relationship between Ottawa and the Nunavut government as an election issue.
Watch the video in English


The Public Life in Nunavut
Jack Anawak | CBC Online News | Jan. 21

Jack Anawak reports on political life in NunavutThe outgoing MLA for Rankin Inlet North, Jack Anawak is leaving Nunavut politics to become the new Canadian Ambassador for Circumpolar Affairs. Here he offers his thoughts on what makes campaigning in Nunavut unique, and some advice to would-be candidates. Full Story >




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In Their Own Words

Visit the Indepth Features section for a look at "The First Five Years", "The Inuit Way", "Nunavut Economy" and "Housing".

In Their Own Words

In Their Own Words
CBC Radio Nunavut has given each of the candidates in the election the opportunity to make a short statement about why they are running for the territorial assembly. Hear their statements >

Twenty Questions

Twenty Questions
How do you tell if a certain candidate has the right ideas to represent your community? You might want to ask them some of the following questions.. Full Story >


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