Traditional Inuit knowledge and values are at the core of the work of Qaujigiartit. Children, families and communities are at the heart of what they do – ‘being heart centred’.
“ Gentlemen advised to carry firearms – No more than 3 to a bed. No tinkers, Drifters or Tattie Hoakers “
“A tumult of autumn leaves
whisks about my head”
Shopping local is a great way to support local businesses and charities during Covid19.
“Annie called by – folk can call by now – thanks to the ease-up in Covid restrictions. “
At some HES sites traditional methods are being used rather than strimmers and mowers
‘These immense blocks of stone stood around the pirate in the grey light of the dawning, like the phantom forms of antediluvian giants.’ Sir Walter Scott
“A number of ONFA Committee members and friends visited the cemetery, separately throughout the day for quiet reflection.”
Monday 18th of May is International Museums Day.
A University of Aberdeen academic has received a prestigious prize for his part in a huge 10-year study that sheds new light on a forgotten figure of Russian anthropology.