Come to the Arctic for the Alianait Arts Festival, the world's circumpolar stage!! The Festival takes place in Iqaluit in late June each year. These arctic days have 24-hour sunlight - a time of great celebration! Alianait sets the spotlight on Inuit and other circumpolar artists while bringing together exciting world-class musicians, circus acrobats, dancers, storytellers, actors, filmmakers and visual artists from across the globe. Check out our website for more information on this exciting Northern festival www.alianait.ca
Ayaya Marketing and Communications
PO Box 8,
Ayaya Marketing and Communications is Nunavut’s premier marketing agency and publisher of the Nunavut handbook, a critically acclaimed travel guide to Nunavut which can be purchased online at www.arctic.travel.com.
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Inukpak (in Inuktitut, the Inuit language) means: gentle giant. You will grasp the meaning of this when you meet the company's founder and owner. Since 2011, it has been our pleasure to offer truly memorable and powerful guided experiences, off the beaten path, throughout the Southern Baffin Region in Nunavut - Canada's Arctic. Our primary goal is to offer products and services tailored to your requirements, resulting in a once-in-a-lifetime experience. We strive to engage travellers with the Inuit culture, people and the Arctic geography in ways that are authentic and memorable.
Municipality of Pangnirtung
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Outcrop Nunavut is a full-service agency offering a wide range of services including advertising, marketing, graphic design, event planning and multimedia services. Are you planning a conference or event in Nunavut or want a targeted communications product? Then let Outcrop Nunavut deliver for you.
PO Box 523,
Pinnguaq means "Play" in Inuktitut and with office now in Nunavut, Ontario and B.C. we have a mandate to create interactive experiences that push both the limits of technology and cultural expression. Whether focused on film, virtual reality, gaming, education or application development we combine a passion for culture and technology to both stimulate and entertain.
PO Box 383,
Qaggiavuut is a non-profit society to strengthen, promote, advocate and create space for Nunavut performing artists with a focus on Inuit.
Our work includes advocacy for a Nunavut Performing Arts Center, training and promotion of Nunavut performers, children's performing arts programs, create new Inuit language performance work and preserving traditional Inuit performing arts.