RANKIN INLET — Noah Tiktak has these brown, smiling eyes. They light up when he talks about the generations of his family — his father, his daughters — who have told the story of the Inuit using their voice, their hands, their paint.
At first glance, the Arctic can make you feel vulnerable. It’s vast. The communities give new meaning to the definition of isolated. Everyone else seems to belong except you — at least, if you’re an outsider.
Kiluk Ltd in Arviat, Nunavut produces fine fur and leather clothing making extensive use of traditional materials, including northern leather and sealskin furs.
Arctic business delivers healthy country food to Internet customers
Kivalliq Arctic Foods purchases fish, caribou and muskox from hunters and fishers across Nunavut. The 15 employees carefully process and package the popular country food in its federally approved facility in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. General Manager Todd Johnson describes how people order the nutritious country food through Facebook. Their priority market are consumers in Nunavut in both large and small communities. QINIQ broadband serves all 25 Nunavut communities equally -- supporting both business and consumers no matter where they live.
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