Ittaq, a Heritage and Research Centre, recently conducted a two-day survey in Clyde River to identify the community’s local research priorities. Kangiqtugaapingmiut were given the opportunity to express what community issues and research projects should be addressed in Clyde River.

The survey, which began on March 12, was held at the Northern store.

After completing the survey, participants were able to enter a draw for three prizes. The winners, were announced on March 13. Eema Kautuk received one month of paid internet. Alice Erkloo won a $200 Northern gift card, while Kimberly Hainnu was offered 170 litres of gas.

A survey was conducted to obtain information from the public about Clyde River’s research priorities.
Teresa Kuniliusie Hainnu photo



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