Inuvik


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I·nu·vik

 (ĭ-no͞o′vĭk)
A town of northwest Northwest Territories, Canada, near the Beaufort Sea on the Mackenzie River delta.
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Much of the enlivened debate revolved around issues associated with the proposed closure of Justice facilities in Hay River and Inuvik. There was a considerable divergence of opinion between Regular Members and the Minister of Justice regarding the anticipated savings resulting from the closures and the methodology by which the projected savings were calculated.
Artists from across the North will be gathering in Inuvik for 10 days this summer as the community again plays host to the Great Northern Arts Festival.
Research objectives and methods for this project were developed jointly with numerous community organizations in the Mackenzie Delta, including the Gwich'in Renewable Resource Councils (RRCs) in Inuvik, Aklavik, Fort McPherson, and Tsiigehtchic, the Gwich'in Renewable Resources Board (GRRB), and the Gwich'in Social and Cultural Institute (GSCI).
The N.W.T.committed to taking the lead in educating its students on residential schools when the TRC hosted the second national event in Inuvik last summer.
In Inuvik, "We heard so many people say publicly to their wives, to their children, I'm sorry' for not having loved them in the way that they would have wanted," Archbishop Hiltz said.
On November 29, 2005 the constituents of Inuvik Twin Lakes went to the polls and elected Robert C.
The Gwich'in/Metis twins lived a traditional lifestyle off the land in the small community of Inuvik until they were presented with skis by Roman Catholic priest Jean Marie Mouchet who arrived with the missionary.
ON ANY GIVEN DAY, if you walk into the grey metal building next door to the Post Office on Inuvik's main street, you will find a bustling research centre brimming with activity.
It will be the fourth national event, with previous events held in Winnipeg, Inuvik and Halifax.
The exhibit also included hundreds of photographs, clippings and artifacts from the collection of the late Mossie Moorby, a nurse who spent eight years (1964 to 1972) at Stringer Hall, an Anglican-run hostel in Inuvik. Moorby's daughter, Anne Campbell, not only made the exhibit available but also attended the Inuvik event.