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NEWS: Nunavut February 28, 2017 - 3:30 pm

Photo: Fishery Alliance partners with Ottawa university

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The Arctic Fishery Alliance, which comprises Arctic Bay, Grise Fiord, Resolute Bay and Qikiqtarjuaq, talk Feb. 20 during a meeting in Arctic Bay. From left to right: AFA chief executive officer Lootie Toomasie of Qikiqtarjuaq, AFA chair Jaypetee Akeeagok of Grise Fiord and AFA manager Harry Earle of St. John’s. Fisheries Alliance members have decided to hire community liaison officers in their communities to work on local development projects. They also decided to launch an Aboriginal studies scholarship with Carleton University that each year will go to one student from each of their four communities. Read Nunatsiaqonline.ca later for more on the AFA. (PHOTO COURTESY OF MARK AKEEAGOK, AFA)
The Arctic Fishery Alliance, which comprises Arctic Bay, Grise Fiord, Resolute Bay and Qikiqtarjuaq, talk Feb. 20 during a meeting in Arctic Bay. From left to right: AFA chief executive officer Lootie Toomasie of Qikiqtarjuaq, AFA chair Jaypetee Akeeagok of Grise Fiord and AFA manager Harry Earle of St. John’s. Fisheries Alliance members have decided to hire community liaison officers in their communities to work on local development projects. They also decided to launch an Aboriginal studies scholarship with Carleton University that each year will go to one student from each of their four communities. Read Nunatsiaqonline.ca later for more on the AFA. (PHOTO COURTESY OF MARK AKEEAGOK, AFA)

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