With the Ullumi column, Isabelle Chapadeau shares her knowledge of northern art, nature, education and Indigenous cultures, along with issues of the day important to Inuit.
Ulluqatsiarit, have a good day!
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Episode 1: Presentation
Isabelle Chapadeau, an Inuk from Nunavut, presents her new column named Ullumi ᐅᓪᓗᒥ, which means "Today" in Inuktitut. This is not to be missed.
Episode 2: The high cost of living in Nunavut
This week at Ullumi, Isabelle Chapadeau tells us about an issue affecting Inuit communities: The high cost of living.
Episode 3: Improving your knowledge about Indigenous people
Isabelle Chapadeau uses her Ullumi column as a starting point for learning more about the country's Indigenous Peoples.
Episode 4: The High Arctic relocation of Inuit
This week at Ullumi, Isabelle Chapadeau recounts an often neglected part of Canadian history: the relocation of Inuit from Quebec to what was to become Nunavut.
A landmark event for these Nunavik communities, who had to relearn how to live in a territory that bore no resemblance to the one they had long inhabited.