Rankin Inlet

What is Rankin Inlet known for?


796

; Statistics Canada subsequently amended the 2011 census results to a population of 2,577 living in 714 of its 796 total dwellings, a 9.3% increase from 2006. , it had a population density of


polar bears


site friendship

. The land has since been donated to the city, and it is now a protected site. Friendship and the welcoming of the world are the meanings of both the English Bay structure and the 2010 Winter Olympics emblem. Kanak's work represents the strength of his people and the modes of communication and technology before modern Canada. The construction of schools was a massive annual commitment during this decade, with almost every Nunavut community getting up-graded, new and impressive community schools at some point during the decade. Nunavut developed enhanced training for teachers, "Nunavut Grads Mark a Milestone" created a Nunavut program for registered nurses and supported the very successful Akitsiraq Law School, built Nunavut's first trades school in Rankin Inlet, put in place the process and approvals for a Nunavut Cultural School slated for Clyde River (Clyde River, Nunavut), "Clyde River location for Cultural School". CBC News, September 26, 2006. improved levels of post-secondary student financial assistance, "Minister Announces New Student Support Rates" and funded Inuit and Inuktitut Inuinnaqtun curriculum development. The decade saw a steady rise in Grade 12 graduations for Nunavummiut youth across the territory, although still falling short of Canadian national rates. "Uphere: Nunavut Comes of Age, March 2009" Although born in Manitoba, Tootoo grew up in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, National Aboriginal Achievement Awards where he was taught to skate and play hockey by his father. nativehockey.com Growing up in Rankin Inlet also allowed Tootoo to learn the traditional Inuit lifestyle that includes hunting and camping. History The process of creating a flag for Nunavut began prior to its creation as a territory in 1999. This created significant excitement in the vexillographic community, as it was the first change in the map of Canada since Newfoundland (Newfoundland and Labrador) became a province in 1949 and was being created in a region with little flag history.


cultural school

at some point during the decade. Nunavut developed enhanced training for teachers, "Nunavut Grads Mark a Milestone" created a Nunavut program for registered nurses and supported the very successful Akitsiraq Law School, built Nunavut's first trades school in Rankin Inlet, put in place the process and approvals for a Nunavut Cultural School slated for Clyde River (Clyde River, Nunavut), "Clyde River location for Cultural School". CBC News, September 26, 2006. improved levels of post-secondary student financial assistance, "Minister Announces New Student Support Rates" and funded Inuit and Inuktitut Inuinnaqtun curriculum development. The decade saw a steady rise in Grade 12 graduations for Nunavummiut youth across the territory, although still falling short of Canadian national rates. "Uphere: Nunavut Comes of Age, March 2009" Although born in Manitoba, Tootoo grew up in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, National Aboriginal Achievement Awards where he was taught to skate and play hockey by his father. nativehockey.com Growing up in Rankin Inlet also allowed Tootoo to learn the traditional Inuit lifestyle that includes hunting and camping. History The process of creating a flag for Nunavut began prior to its creation as a territory in 1999. This created significant excitement in the vexillographic community, as it was the first change in the map of Canada since Newfoundland (Newfoundland and Labrador) became a province in 1949 and was being created in a region with little flag history.


programs including

in northern Manitoba); the station had previously run a variety of programs, including American AFRS shows. Peter Mansbridge is its most distinguished alumnus. The station in Churchill was closed in the late 1970s and moved to Rankin Inlet as CBQR-FM. **Coral Harbour (Coral Harbour, Nunavut), (Coral Harbour Airport) **Rankin Inlet (Rankin Inlet Airport) **Repulse Bay (Repulse Bay, Nunavut) (Repulse Bay Airport) birth_date


impressive community

. The land has since been donated to the city, and it is now a protected site. Friendship and the welcoming of the world are the meanings of both the English Bay structure and the 2010 Winter Olympics emblem. Kanak's work represents the strength of his people and the modes of communication and technology before modern Canada. The construction of schools was a massive annual commitment during this decade, with almost every Nunavut community getting up-graded, new and impressive community schools at some point during the decade. Nunavut developed enhanced training for teachers, "Nunavut Grads Mark a Milestone" created a Nunavut program for registered nurses and supported the very successful Akitsiraq Law School, built Nunavut's first trades school in Rankin Inlet, put in place the process and approvals for a Nunavut Cultural School slated for Clyde River (Clyde River, Nunavut), "Clyde River location for Cultural School". CBC News, September 26, 2006. improved levels of post-secondary student financial assistance, "Minister Announces New Student Support Rates" and funded Inuit and Inuktitut Inuinnaqtun curriculum development. The decade saw a steady rise in Grade 12 graduations for Nunavummiut youth across the territory, although still falling short of Canadian national rates. "Uphere: Nunavut Comes of Age, March 2009" Although born in Manitoba, Tootoo grew up in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, National Aboriginal Achievement Awards where he was taught to skate and play hockey by his father. nativehockey.com Growing up in Rankin Inlet also allowed Tootoo to learn the traditional Inuit lifestyle that includes hunting and camping. History The process of creating a flag for Nunavut began prior to its creation as a territory in 1999. This created significant excitement in the vexillographic community, as it was the first change in the map of Canada since Newfoundland (Newfoundland and Labrador) became a province in 1949 and was being created in a region with little flag history.


culture including

sought to give the public an opportunity to offer input into the colours and symbolism of the flag as well as to give local artists an opportunity to participate. Led by the Chief Herald of Canada, a group developing the flag visited a number of communities to seek input and learn about local culture, including Rankin Inlet, Baker Lake (Baker Lake, Nunavut), Cape Dorset, Iqaluit, and Pangnirtung. *In Canada: **Rankin Inlet, Nunavut


long years

of Canada Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau decided that an Inuk (Inuit) should be appointed to the Senate (Canadian Senate) and dispatched Warren Allmand, the Minister for Northern Affairs, to interview potential candidates.


massive annual

. The land has since been donated to the city, and it is now a protected site. Friendship and the welcoming of the world are the meanings of both the English Bay structure and the 2010 Winter Olympics emblem. Kanak's work represents the strength of his people and the modes of communication and technology before modern Canada. The construction of schools was a massive annual commitment during this decade, with almost every Nunavut community getting up-graded, new and impressive community schools


largest population

Rankin Inlet

'''Rankin Inlet''' ( ; Rankin Inlet Inuktitut syllabics: ᑲᖏᕿᓂᖅ Research Database or ''Kangirliniq'', Harvest Estimates ᑲᖏᖅᖠᓂᖅ, or ''Kangir&iniq'' 'Language watchdog needed in Nunavut meaning ''deep bay inlet'') is an Inuit hamlet (hamlet (place)) on Kudlulik Peninsula in Nunavut, Canada. nkin Inlet at the Atlas of Canada Located on the northwestern Hudson Bay, between Chesterfield Inlet (Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut) and Arviat, it is the regional centre for the Kivalliq Region.

In the 1995 Nunavut capital plebiscite (Nunavut capital plebiscite, 1995), Iqaluit (Iqaluit, Nunavut) defeated Rankin Inlet to become territorial capital of Nunavut.

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