Hosted by: Janet Evic, Jessie Kangok, Angeline Ivalu and Leena Arreak
Airs: Every Wednesday from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Uqallagvik is an Inuit radio program broadcast mainly in Inuktitut, with some English. Uqallagvik seeks to promote the Inuktitut language right here in our Nation's Capital, to our Inuit community, as well as Inuit culture and traditional and contemporary Inuit music. Uqallagvik’s goal is to amplify the Inuit voice in the city of Ottawa by creating a place for diverse conversations on issues...
|Oct. 13, 2021||Jessie Kangok||Interview from Historica Canada with Janet Evic and Jessie Kangok Surprise News from Ottawa Uqallagvik, and 35 years Celebration with T.I.||
|Sep. 29, 2021||Jessie Kangok||Shaman's Apprentice that is playing at the Ottawa International Animation Festival, and about the National Truth and Reconciliation Day message.||
Uqallagvik is a radio program by and for Inuit of Ottawa. It is broadcast primarily in Inuktitut, with some English. Uqallagvik signifies “radio station” The station is a place for Inuit of all ages to share stories, discuss issues, and promote Inuktitut in the city. The station features Inuit music, news and public discussions in Inuktitut. It seeks to connect Ottawamiut with their families and friends in the north, and to increase the profile of Inuit among the non-Inuit community in Ottawa.
Uqallagvik is the first radio program in Ottawa by and for Inuit in Inuktitut. It is the second Inuktitut radio program in Southern Canada, after Nipivut in Montreal. Uqallagvik airs every second Wednesday from 11:00am to 12:00pm.
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