In Inuinnaqtun, Kivgaqtuiniq means 'serving one another'.
When we think of the Kivgaqtuiniq Circle and the community of supporters it represents, we are reminded of being in an iglu looking up. From this inside vantage, you see the spiral of interlocking blocks of snow in place, each one contributing to building up the structure as a whole. From within our organization, we look at this community rallying around us, working as parts of a whole, connected and united through the shared goal to serve our mission.
We are grateful.
Quanaqpiaqquhi Ikajuqatitgiikkavit / Thank you all very much for your support.
On behalf of the Pitquhirnikkut Ilihautiniq / Kitikmeot Heritage Society and countless Inuinnait generations to come, we would like to recognize and celebrate the members of the Kivgaqtuiniq Circle, a diverse group of people, organizations, businesses and agencies dedicated to making our work possible:
Hélène De Celles
Kathy Hearn MacKinnon
Lee Ann Wiseman
Lindsay & Evelyn Earle
In Memory Of
In Memory Of
Margaret Padloo Qutiaquq Oliver
Mirna Cheryl Garabet
In Honour Of
Dr. Ronald Melzack
Ya Xiang Huang
We would also like to send our gratitude to many individuals who are part of the Circle, but wish to remain anonymous.