Aimo K. Paniloo
Acting Recreation Coordinator
Municipality of Clyde River
Clyde River, Nunavut
RE: Thank You For Your Generosity!
ATTN: Whom It May Concern;
Good day, this is an Acting Recreation Coordinator, Aimo K. Paniloo, I am writing on behalf of the Recreation Department of Clyde River. We would like to thank you for donating to our Holidays’ Festivities here in Clyde River. It is our tradition to celebrate Christmas for two... read more.
The Baffin Regional Chamber of Commerce and the REACH Fundraising Committee would like to extend a sincere thank you to Qikiqtaaluk Corporation for your generous support at the 2014 Charity Ball.
The event raised $52,393.75 for REACH, Iqaluit’s fundraising campaign for the new Aquatic Centre. Your contribution to the event and auction was extremely generous and helped exceed our expectations of funds raised at the event.
Thanks again for... read more.
Qikiqtaaluk Corporation and its subsidiaries: Qikiqtaaluk Properties Inc., Baffin Gas Limited and Qikiqtani Industry Limited; are pleased to announce that they will be awarding four scholarships of $6,000 each, in the fall to Qikiqtani Region Beneficiaries pursuing post-secondary education. Deadline for applications is August 29, 2014.
Scholarships are being offered in the following fields of study:
Finance, Accounting or Administration... read more.
News release can be downloaded here.
November 29, 2013
The Qikiqtaaluk Corporation (QC) Board of Directors is pleased to announce its support of the Students on Ice Expedition Program in the amount of $32,500.00 (thirty-two thousand five hundred dollars) for one or more student scholarship’s on the next three Arctic Youth Expeditions from 2013-2015.
Students on Ice Polar Education Foundation (SOI) is an award winning organization dedicated to giving youth from across Canada and... read more.
November 29, 2013
On the occasion of the Qikiqtaaluk Corporation (QC) 30th anniversary the Board of Directors is pleased to announce a special contribution of $16,000.00 ($1,000.00 for each of the 16 schools in the Qikiqtani region) for their breakfast programs. Youth often will go to school having absolutely nothing at home and in some cases; children will not have time to eat breakfast, oftentimes leading to behavioural and academic problems... read more.