Archives: Column NASIVVIK By Zebedee Nungak
Zebedee Nungak is an Inuit author, leader, politician and passionate advocate of the perspectives and needs of the Inuit. He has held a variety of influential positions throughout his life, including president of the Makivik Corporation and co-chairman of the Inuit Committee on National Issues.
Nasivvik is an Inuktitut word that means vantage point. It can be a height of land, a hummock of ice, or any place of elevation that affords observers a clear view of their surroundings to make good observations.
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- On a scale of one to 10, some rated just a one
- FNGA: High and low drama on C-PAC
- Correct the distorted history of Canada
- When the Inuit became just another tribe
- Inuit: Physically fit or couch potatoes?
- In favor of Indigenous peoples’ representation
- Inuit perspectives on land ownership
- Can this be one giant leap for Indian-kind?
- E-Scam: How I turned down $21,725,000
- Contemplating an Inuit presence in literature
- Ratcheting garbage to a federal affair?
- Time long past to dub Inuit out of APTN
- Two times the tragedy that taxes are
- Wit and substance absent from the House
- The Arctic Christmas: Then and Now
- Misadventures in writing: Lessons learned
- Introducing the science of Qallunology
- Rescuing Inuit names from phonetic butcher
- Time to get out of the begging business
- Kelowna a triumph, and a credit to all
- Finding other work for Sir Paul McCartney