This year, Nunavut businesses are going to rely on local support until borders can safely open again. Here are our 5 Easy Resolutions to disrupt your routine and make the goal of shopping local easier.
Not only are the holidays an opportunity to send friends or family a bit of “Northern Flare”, this year it’s also a great way to support local makers and business owners in your own community.
Reduced hours and the many different policies and procedures that retailers have put in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus are part of our new normal right now. But don’t let COVID put a damper on your holiday cheer.
Four reasons why our locally made products are better than southern competitors.
Ordering out doesn’t mean you can’t focus on eating healthy.
Gathering together in our communities is especially important now, and even if we can’t celebrate in all the ways we used to, there are still ways to support people and restaurants.
Anything the south can do, Nunavut can do better. From weeknight-out traditions to tried-and-true southern staples, here are six dishes that Nunavut restaurants do as well as anywhere else in the world. Chicken shawarma from Yummy Shawarma in Iqaluit What is it: Giant, authentic Lebanese chicken shawarma wraps loaded with fresh veggies and as much …
Across Nunavut, restaurants are crucial community hubs, where people come together to celebrate their biggest days and their small, daily victories.
Like most working people, when Covid-19 shut down the territory earlier, Daniel Alagalak found himself without a job. Alagalak has been working as a carpenter for Arviat’s local housing association ever since he completed his apprenticeship a few years back. Then one day, a local woman asked if he and his friend Samuel Karetak could …
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on many businesses in the territory, but for Nanook Express – a food truck in Iqaluit – it is a different story. Dallas LeTemplier, the business owner, said the pandemic has actually increased his sales by 25 per cent compared to previous seasons. “The last couple of …