Volume 5 Issue 2: Innovations in Community Health and Wellness

Tracy Wolki and her daughter Chase Wolki on a hike and berry picking during Project Jewel’s August 2016 Family Camp. Photo credit: Faith Raymond

Tracy Wolki and her daughter Chase Wolki on a hike and berry picking during Project Jewel’s August 2016 Family Camp. Photo credit: Faith Raymond

FEATURES

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
Innovations in Community Health & Wellness
Gwen K. Healey 

OVERHEARD
Nunavut’s Bill C 31: An Act to Amend the Human Rights Act

ARTS & CULTURE
kamatsiagit ulugianattumi – Safe in a dangerous place
Alex Saunders

INNOVATIONS IN COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Profiling the eNuk program
Alexandra Sawatzky, Ashlee Cunsolo, Dan Gillis, Inez Shiwak, Charlie Flowers,
Oliver Cook, Michele Wood, the Rigolet Inuit Community Government, & Dr. Sherilee L. Harper

Nunavut Hitmakerz: Giving young Nunavummiut a voice
Thor Simonsen & Kelly Fraser

The partnerships, the productions and the people behind the lens
Norma Kassi, Molly Pratt, Marilyn Van Bibber, Katelyn Friendship,
Jody Butler Walker, Math’ieya Alatini Mary Jane Johnson, Roger Alfred,
Eugene Alfred, Kluane First Nation Lands, Resources & Heritage Department,
Kluane First Nation Youth and Elders, & the Vuntut Gwitchin Natural Resources Department

te(a)ch: Teaching code for youth empowerment and wellness
Taha Tabish & Ryan Oliver

Qarmaapik House: A multi-use and safe place for families in Kangiqsualujjuaq
Maggie Emudluk

Project Jewel
Sarah Rogers & Faith Raymond

ARTICLES

The pursuit of Inuit sovereignty in Greenland
Rauna Kuokkanen

Walking on thin ice: Entrepreneurship in Nunavik
Nathan Cohen-Fournier

Healthy caribou herds mean healthy Northerners
Monte Hummel & Earl Evans 

Reconciliation is an English word
Jason Mercredi

BOOK REVIEWS


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