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  • Friday, December 19, 2014

      Our Elearning Team is in the news again! This time it’s a new Community Radio course, recently delivered face-to-face in Cambridge Bay. A recent post in Nunatsiaq Online profiles Mia Otokiak, a new radio deejay in Cambridge Bay with … Continue reading

  • Monday, December 15, 2014

    It’s easy enough to find a definition of executive coaching, but our senior consultant and newly-minted executive coach Michelle Turpin will tell you the only definition that matters comes from the person being coached. “Always put it back to the … Continue reading

  • Friday, December 19, 2014

      Our Elearning Team is in the news again! This time it’s a new Community Radio course, recently delivered face-to-face in Cambridge Bay. A recent post in Nunatsiaq Online profiles Mia Otokiak, a new radio deejay in Cambridge Bay with … Continue reading

  • Monday, December 15, 2014

    It’s easy enough to find a definition of executive coaching, but our senior consultant and newly-minted executive coach Michelle Turpin will tell you the only definition that matters comes from the person being coached. “Always put it back to the … Continue reading

  • Friday, December 19, 2014

    It was a historic day for Listuguj First Nation on the border of Quebec and New Brunswick this past week. Members voted to accept a $64.5 million settlement agreement with Canada for breach of fiduciary duty and loss of use … Continue reading

  • Friday, December 19, 2014

      Our Elearning Team is in the news again! This time it’s a new Community Radio course, recently delivered face-to-face in Cambridge Bay. A recent post in Nunatsiaq Online profiles Mia Otokiak, a new radio deejay in Cambridge Bay with … Continue reading

  • Tuesday, March 5, 2013

    Nishnawbe Aski Nation is currently hosting an Aboriginal Entrepreneur conference in Toronto called I Do Business.  Stonecircle’s Jennifer David is there today presenting a workshop entitled ‘Business Idea vs. Business Opportunity’.  It is aimed at emerging Aboriginal entrepreneurs who think … Continue reading

  • Monday, December 17, 2012

    Think about a TV commercial that made you stop and think about a social issue. Maybe it was a hard-hitting ad about drunk driving and devastation that it causes, or an emotional message about breast cancer awareness. Perhaps it was … Continue reading

  • Thursday, October 30, 2014

    If you’re in Ottawa on November 22, check out the 19th annual Odawa Native Friendship Centre Art Auction at St. George’s Church, 415 Picadilly Ave. It’s their biggest annual fundraiser, well worth the trip. All proceeds go to help Indigenous … Continue reading

  • Wednesday, October 29, 2014

    When researcher-turned-consultant Kory Goulais moved up from a cramped cubicle on the third floor of our Gladstone Ave. building to a spacious office with actual walls, two windows and a door, Jennifer David casually mentioned that he could make the … Continue reading

The Aarluk team landed in Iqaluit today, ready to spread the word about elearning, executive coaching and our many other services at the Nunavut Trade Show. Attending this year’s show are (left to right): Victor Tootoo, Neil Burgess, Scott Black, Michelle Turpin, Geoff Rigby, and Jimmy Jacquard. This photo was taken in our new office, across from the post office in downtown Iqaluit. Aarluk will host an elearning workshop on Thursday at the Trade Show.

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