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GORDON CRUISE MCBRIDE
CANADIAN CERTIFIED (CTINB/CTTIC) TRANSLATION AND REVISION SERVICES
World-class ocean racers believe that if you are thinking about having to trim your sails to stay afloat and keep your crew safe during rough weather, it may already be too late… don't get caught unprepared for your next meeting or presentation just because your documents can't be understood clearly by your audience. Let us assist you with your next project:
• Translations - large or small, their importance remains
• Annual reports
• Corporate/agency communications
• Corporate/product logo and identity programs
• Cookbooks / menus
• Travel guides
• Sales support literature
• Web sites
Water's Edge Catering
“Corporate, Government and Event Catering”
P.O. Box 2352
Atiilu Real Estate & Property Management
Atiilu Real Estate & Property Management is licensed and bonded, according to the legal requirements of the Government of Nunavut, and can manage your properties by:
• Finding tenants
• Securing leases
• Performing ingoing inspections
• Collecting rent
• Attending to repairs on a 24/7 basis
• Sending you a monthly account
In addition, Atiilu Real Estate & Property Management can sell your properties.
Atiilu Real Estate & Property Management
PO Box 577
Iqaluit, NU X0A 0H0
Article Circle Construction and Development Ltd
Arctic Circle Construction & Development Limited (ACCDL) was founded in 1993 by its actual president, Michele Rizzi. Our team consists of local labor and subcontractors. Our working experience with several of Nunavut communities allows us to understand and adjust to what can be perceived as factors of difficulties in the development and project planning. The ACCDL development strategy is supported by service and quality products, commitment to the community, an experienced management team and an extensive network of contacts and financial potential.
Iqaluit, Nunavut X0A 0H0
site web: http://accdl.ca
CHRISTINES NUMEROUS TRAVELS TO NUNAVUT’S REMOTE COMMUNITIES AS PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SPECIALIST AND AS DANCE AND YOGA TEACHER HAS ALLOWED HER TO TAILOR HER TEACHING STYLE TO BE CONSIDERATE, INCLUSIVE, AND WELCOMING. HER MOST MOMENTOUS PROJECT YET IS NOW IN THE WORKS; TO BUILD AND MANAGE NUNAVUT’S FIRST WELLNESS CENTER, SAIMAVIK STUDIO, AND HELP CREATE AN INNER AND OUTER PLACE OF HAPPINESS FOR ALL TO ENJOY!
Christine Lamothe is a yoga teacher, breaking (break dance), and group fitness instructor based in Canada’s eastern Arctic city of Iqaluit. Devoted to helping Nunavut become a happy, healthy place, Christine’s contagious optimism inspires many. She is passionate about people, movement, healing and contributing to her community. She believes in experiencing everything that life has to offer and to trust your inner voice to lead the way.
Food bank and soup kitchen
The Iqaluit Food Center (Qayuqtuvik in Inuktitut) is a non-profit organization. It offers first and foremost a daily meal, 365 days a year, free to community members who are affected by food insecurity prevailing in Nunavut. It additionally offers a varied program, including a community kitchen program and cooking courses with the aim of providing tools for their customers to help them fight food insecurity directly by themselves.
655 Mattaaq, Iqaluit, NU X0A 0H0
Tel : 867 979-4863
Donations : https://www.gofundme.com/qayuqtuvik
Atiigo Media is an Inuit owned full service communications firm based in Iqaluit, Nunavut. We are communications specialists for the north and we pride ourselves in offering a diverse range of professional services all under one roof. Give us a call or drop by to discuss your graphic design, web, video, or other communications needs.
We are located at:
1554A Federal Road
Iqaluit NU X0A 0H0
Tel: (867) 979-0026
Fax: (867) 979-0100
You are looking for an estimate?
Contact: Mylène Chartrand, Office Manager
Article Circle Surveillance
Éric Caouette is an Iqaluit long term resident. His compagny offers reliable and quility security services.
Phone: 867 979-4155
Le Centre de la Petits Enfance les Petits Nanooks a vu le jour en 2002 grâce à l'implication d'un groupe de parents francophones de la ville d'Iqaluit, de l’Association des francophones du Nunavut et de l’école des Trois-Soleils. Les Petits Nanooks est un centre de la jeune enfance francophone où la priorité des places est attribuée aux enfants dont un parent est francophone. Les Petits Nanooks, est un organisme sans but lucratif. On y accueille des enfants âgés de 2 à 5 ans. Plusieurs sont d'origine Inuite et vivent ici en français dans le grand nord.