Blogging about life in Iqaluit
& everything that comes with the territory.
My attempt at explaining somewhat succinctly why I left the Government of Nunavut, never to return.
How moving to Nunavut changed me in unexpected ways.
In the first installment of Being Black in Iqaluit Nmesoma talks about growing up as one of the only African children in town.
We asked Christine Tootoo, Andrew Morrison, Stacey Aglok McDonald, and Kelly Fraser just what they thought about the 2015 Federal Election results.
Polarman, Iqaluit's Real Life Superhero is leaving town. We find out what inspires him, what he'll miss about Nunavut, and how he really feels about Harper.
January 7, 2014. 140 km/h winds. 13 hours without power. Isolation, boredom, and paranoia. This is the Diary of an Iqaluit Blizzard.
Moving to Iqaluit