Winschgaoug (Cree)New regional 1-800 line for youth protectionApr 4, 2013 | 12:25Cree Youth Protection services now has a toll-free number for emergencies. only the regional 1-800 number. Director of Youth Protection, Robert Auclair says this number will connect you with the dispatch center which will help reduce conflicts of interest
Qulliq (Inuktitut)Inuk singer finding success on webApr 4, 2013 | 8:23Singer Kelly Fraser has been gaining popularity on the web with her Inuktitut versions of pop songs. She also performed at the Puvirnituq Snow Festival this year. CBC host, Abraham Tagalik, spoke with Fraser about her success. (INUK)
Qulliq (Inuktitut)Ennadai Lake Relocation Society special claimApr 4, 2013 | 8:08The Ennadai Lake Relocation Society is one step closer to making amends with the federal government. The group represents Ahiarmiut who were relocated more than 60 years ago. Lawyer Steven Cooper talks about the future of the case. (ENG)
Eyou Dipajimoon (Cree)Drop-out rate, language, teacher shortage among CSB challengesApr 3, 2013 | 7:57Not long ago members of the Cree School Board toured the communities to find out what is missing in the schools, and to find ways to encourage students to stay in school. Betsy Longchap spoke with CSB Chairwoman Kathleen Wootton.
Qulliq (Inuktitut)Nunavut Offshore Allocations Holders AssociationApr 5, 2013 | 9:36The few fishing companies in Nunavut have now one united voice. The Nunavut Offshore Allocations Holders Association was created in 2011 but, really started its work last year. CBC’s Joanna Awa spoke with Lootie Toomasie about the group. (INUK)
Winschgaoug (Cree)Geordie RupertApr 9, 2013 | 4:11The Nishiyuu Journey may be over but the youth who were on it are now back home and having to face what it is they left behind. Geordie Rupert, one of the Original 7 from Whapmagoostui, lost his 10-month-old son last summer and was turning to alcohol.
Qulliq (Inuktitut)Premier speaks about alleged charges against 2 teachersApr 10, 2013 | 5:32Nunavut's Premier and Minister of Education, Eva Aariak says she's concerned about recent developments involving more than one teacher in Nunavut. She says the department of Education is taking steps to regain confidence in the schools for students. (INUK
Eyou Dipajimoon (Cree)EEPF hires 13 retired non-Cree officersApr 9, 2013 | 10:29The Eeyou Eenou Police Force is hiring 13 retired non-Cree officers back to help solve a staff shortage. Director Reggie Bobbish wants the EEPF to be an all-Cree police force but as he explained to Joshua Loon there have been delays reaching that goal.