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Youth Ambassador Program…Call for Applications

The Sport and Recreation Division of the Government of Nunavut are looking for enthusiastic and active Nunnavumuit  aged 15 – 22 to become Ambassadors of Nunavut. The program features guided and structured training opportunities as well as volunteer experiences for Nunavut youth at major events.  These opportunities […]

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2016 AGM Hosted

RPAN hosted our 2016 AGM on Wednesday September 21st. The 2016 – 2017 RPAN Board of Directors are: Fred Muise, Cambridge Bay – President Rob Strutz, Iqaluit – Vice President Kimberely Young, Hall Beach – Director of Finance Amanda McLaughlin, Iqaluit – Director Baffin Michelle Malla, Arviat […]

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Annual General Meeting

The 2016 Annual General Meeting of the Recreation and Parks Association will take place Wednesday September 21st at 3:45PM EST via conference call. The Recreation and Parks and Association of Nunavut (RPAN) is accepting nominations for the following Board of Directors Positions: President (2 year term) Vice […]

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RPAN Annual Conference

The 2016 RPAN Recreation and Sport Conference, “Elevating Communities” will take us to Iqaluit, the Nunavut capital.  The RPAN Conference has a wonderful record of providing leadership in bringing people from diverse backgrounds together to connect, exchange ideas and learn from one another. Your leadership and guidance […]

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RPAN Part-Time Program Coordinator

The Recreation and Parks Association of Nunavut is looking for an innovative, progressive, and energetic individual for the part-time contract position of Program Coordinator.  You will support and develop leadership to our existing programs including NUMoves After School Program, High Five, ParticipACTION, Territorial Walking Challenge and annual […]

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Kugluktuk High School Tracks More than 10,000KM

Congratulations to all participating schools and students of the 2016 NU Tracks School Walking Challenge…Walk to the North Pole! More than 1,000 students from five communities participated in the first ever NU Tracks School Walking Challenge.  Kugluktuk High School walked just over 10,000km, winning the title of […]

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2016 RPAN Award Nominations Open

The Recreation & Parks Association of Nunavut invites nominations for the 2016 RPAN Awards Program The RPAN Awards are presented annually and recognize the achievements and contributions of volunteers, organizations and recreation and sport leaders. The Nunavut recreation and sport community is successful because of the countless […]

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NU Tracks School Walking Challenge Launched…

The NU Tracks Territorial Walking Challenge was kicked off April 01st with six schools accepting the challenge! Joamie School (Iqaluit) Ataguttaaluk Elementary School (Igloolik) Kiilinik High School (Cambridge Bay) Kugluktuk High School (Kugluktuk) Paatsaali High School (Sanikiluaq) Nuiyak Elementary School (Sanikiluaq) The NU Tracks Walking Challenge will […]

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Nunavut Speed Skaters Medal Count Continues

Nunavut speed skaters have added seven (7) more medals to their list of achievements. This past weekend, March 5-6, at the 2016 Citadel Cup, sponsored by the Halifax Regional Speed Skating Club and Speed Skating Nova Scotia in Tantallon, Nova Scotia, members of the Iqaluit Speed Skating […]

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*FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE* 28 January 2016 An innovative collaborative from Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut was awarded the $1M Arctic Inspiration Prize last night for a unique training initiative designed to enhance individual, community, and environmental wellbeing through the power and potential of recreation. Nominated by Olympic […]

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