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ᐱᓄᐊᕐᓂᖅ | Pigiarniq: The Pigiarniq fonts were created as a joint project of the Government of Nunavut, the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut and Nunavut Tunngavik, Inc. These fonts were the first Unicode syllabic fonts to be standardized and used by the Government of Nunavut. They were developed by Ross Mills of Tiro Typeworks in 2001. Pigiarniq contains Regular, Bold, Italic, Heavy and Light styles. The current release 27.vii.2002 is available from the Tiro website. Pigiarniq (and Euphemia) are excellent fonts for general publishing and online. They are highly readable and useable at low point sizes.

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The Impact of Resource Extraction on Inuit Women and Families in Qamani’tuaq, Nunavut Territory

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2016Download

Celebrate life, embrace the changes Poster

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2016Download

Celebrate life, embrace the changes Poster

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2016Download

Women, Aging and Sexual Health Poster

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2016Download

Women, Aging and Sexual Health Poster

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2016Download

Tattooing and Piercing Brochure

Health

2016Download

Tattooing and Piercing Brochure

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2016Download

I feel fine, why should I get tested? Poster

Health

2016Download

I feel fine, why should I get tested? Poster

Health

2016Download

Pre-Inquiry Consultation Report

Abuse Prevention

2016Download

Strategic Plan for Inuit Violence Prevention and Healing

Abuse Prevention

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Baker Lake Meeting Report

Socio-Economic Development

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Baker Lake Meeting Report

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Abuse Prevention

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