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By Doriana // Tuesday 11 Sep // 12:25:28 // 16 Comments

Hey Peeps:D

So far, i’ve been very busy. We had a launch 2 days ago. At the launch we did a movement dance thingy, i qiuvaaq and the others moved with it.

After that we went boating and was vidoe taped so i think it’ll show. i hope you guys saw all the interviews i had to do since i was here.

Oh, And Almost Forgot!, make sure all of you, see my video, that should show on thurday the 20th of sept at 10 O’clock. I Should be on at 10:30 in the same morning, answering your questions.

I hope ya’ll ive me some awesome quesions, that will give me more to actually think about. And with some of the questions, i should be answerin with a video!.

Miss you guys, see you soon.



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  1. donna sammurtok Wednesday 12 Sep, 2007 // 17:43:31

    Hi Babylaa,
    So proud of you, have fun doing your project. Pualuit tunilaurpikit?

    Lov Mom

  2. shawna Thursday 13 Sep, 2007 // 6:47:08

    hey b awesome video!
    hope your having fun there!!! cant wait to see you here in ottawa!!!
    take a souvinir back home!!!!and see how long the icwe glaciers can really last!! lol…i cant really come up with anything at the moment…tata, aqagutau

  3. Ana, Glen & Kaya Thursday 13 Sep, 2007 // 16:19:19

    Hey B,
    We hope you’re having a great time! Kaya misses you but we think she’s excited for you because when she sees your picture she starts blabbing away!
    What kinds of things have you done to get ready for life on the boat?
    Do some of the other students have similar concerns about Climate change… do they match yours?
    Glen wants to know… have you met the Queen and how is she?
    Take care, have fun….cheerio!
    Love, Ana, Glen and Kaya

  4. Ana, Glen & Kaya Thursday 13 Sep, 2007 // 16:20:22

    oh, we forgot to add that all the students in the senior class were scheduled to watch your video today in school!

  5. Melissa Thursday 13 Sep, 2007 // 21:16:57


    With you being from Chesterfiled Inlet – Nunavut, a witness to climate change, and a participating student on this awesome project, have you been able to share or teach your experiences or observations of climate change? Can you share any specific CC effects have you noticed in Igluligaarjuk?

    How do you think CC will affect Inuit culture?

    Last – will be be talking about your project over a cup of tea with the Prince of Whales William or Harry?! If so, send them my love!

    I look forward to hearing more about you and your project…all the best!!

    Melissa Tillumaluk Irwin

    PS – could you contact me to do an interview for Inuktitut magazine when you get back to Canada? Take lots of pictures. thnx

  6. Jocelyn Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:16:27

    I have a few questions, there not that different, but here they are:
    How is the climate different from here?
    When does spring start?
    When does summer start?
    When does fall start?
    When does winter start?
    Is the temperatures different from our season?

  7. Douglas aggark Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:19:36

    What’s the climate like there and what is the difference?

  8. J-Rock Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:21:00

    Is the water level rising?

  9. Matthew Rudkin Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:23:03

    What up Doriana? How would you compare the climate change there from the climate change here in chester?

  10. Glen Brocklebank Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:27:47

    Today the weather is really nice…it is -2C and there is no wind…how does the weather now compare to weather in chester? You know what it is like here in Sept, even though you are further north than us, is the weather and temperature the same or different?

  11. Glen Brocklebank Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:29:30

    From the grade 5/6 class

    1) What new things have you seen so far?

    2) How was London, England?

    3) Did you meet new friends?

    4) Do you miss us? do you miss Chester?

    5) What is the best thing about your trip?

  12. Glen Brocklebank Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:30:27

    From Jeffrey Aggark

    What is the air quality like in Svalbard? Is it as clean as here in Chester?

  13. Douglas aggark Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:32:06

    Do they have the same kind of animals?

  14. Glen Brocklebank Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:34:37

    Have people in Svalbard noticed any changes in Climate? What types of changes have they noticed? Has the temperature started to increase?

    Have they noticed changes in animal behaviour? Are Polare Bears being affected in their part of the arctic?

  15. Glen Brocklebank Wednesday 19 Sep, 2007 // 16:35:30

    What has been the best thing you have learned or done on the trip?

  16. Dino Bruce Saturday 22 Sep, 2007 // 13:05:22

    Hi Panic,

    You are doing things that I only dreamed of doing when I was at your age. All your family in Coral are very happy for you.


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