It was Tuesday, October 18, that the Minister of Canadian Heritage, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, completed in Iqaluit his great round of public consultations as part of a process to develop a new multi-year action plan on official languages for Canada.
Emilie Pasalic, President of Carrefour Nunavut, was present alongside the other representatives of the Franco-Nunavut community to stand together and present the issues and realities of the community. The Minister has received the portrait of a young community, passionate, dynamic and truly engaged in its development.
Iqaluit, October 5, 2016 – Carrefour Nunavut's 6th Annual General Assembly was held this past September 30, at
Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum. This event attracted a record number of participants, and included discussions, decision-making and celebrations. More than 27 persons were in attendance for the election of candidates for four of the five seats open on the board of administration.
At the end of this annual rendez-vous, Carrefour Nunavut is proud to introduce its new board of administration, which includes five dynamic entrepreneurs from Iqaluit's francophone community:
- Anny-Emily Pasalic, President (Studio 2628)
- Cédric Rusike, Administrator (Nunaforce)
- Charles Lagacé, Administrator (Iqaluit Chiropractic Clinic)
- Abdoul Karim Diakite, Administrator (Nunavut Moving and Services)
- Lili Weeman, Administrator (Travel Iqaluit Tourism)
The positions of vice-president and secretary-treasurer will be named at the next meeting of the board of administration.
"It is with great pride that I accepted the responsibility of president of Carrefour Nunavut for the 2015-2017 term. To help me succeed in this mandate, I am backed by a formidable team that includes the Board of Administration and staff of Carrefour Nunavut. Together, we will continue to develop the interests of the community, both with regard to employability and entrepreneurship for Francophones and Francophiles, to enable our promising region to develop and prosper," stated Anny-Emily Pasalic, the president of Carrefour Nunavut.
It’s September 24, 2016, that the Nakasuk school gym will look like a big party when the seventh farmers’ market of IqaluEAT will start, at 1:30 pm. On the menu, a wide array of fresh fruit, vegetables, artisanal breads, and a selection of some of the finest cheeses that made is reputation.