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  • Bullocks Bistro Herb & Garlic Dressing

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    Bullocks Bistro’s salad dressing has been created and carefully crafted over 30 years in the kitchen of our world famous restaurant, and is now available to bring home to your kitchen. Not only will it brighten any salad, it will convert any salad hating carnivore to a lettuce crunching, tomato munching, fresh salad loving eating machine!!!!!
    Our unique flavor infused dressing is amazing on any salad, makes a fantastic tangy marinade, or try dipping your favorite bread into it.
    Find out why people from all around the globe are raving about Bullock’s Bistro’s Herb & Garlic Dressing.

  • Bullocks Bistro Teriyaki Cooking Sauce

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    For over 30 years, the chefs at Bullocks Bistro has been slowly perfecting their world famous cooking sauce on the shores of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories, testing our flavours on travelers from all corners of the globe, and it is now ready to share with the rest of the world. It’s mix of zesty garlic and sweet rich ginger gives an intense full flavour that will leave you wanting for more. Try it on your favorite cut of meat, chicken, or fish and we promise you will be hooked.

  • Inuit Spirit: A Coloring Book, Germaine Arnaktauyok (Illustrator)

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    This coloring book features dozens of line drawings by renowned Inuit artist Germaine Arnaktauyok, followed by information on her own artistic process and her unique drawing style inspired by pointillism. Perfect for art lovers and avid coloring fans alike.

    Germaine Arnaktauyok (Illustrator)

  • Inuunira: My Story of Survival Book, Brian Koonoo (Author), Ben Shannon (Illustrator)

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    Inuunira: My Story of Survival is listed by Kirkus Reviews as one of the best teen and YA non-fiction of 2022. It is written by Brian Koonoo and illustrated by Ben Shannon.

    “This slim volume is rich in sensory details enhanced by beautiful, informative illustrations and photographs. . . . readers will feel breathless anticipation as they follow [Brian’s] trek by foot through harsh conditions in search of help. . . . Speaking directly to Inuit readers in a way that instills pride in heritage, this work has broad appeal, especially for readers interested in wilderness survival narratives. An unforgettable physical and emotional journey.”

  • Kamik’s First Sled Book, Matilda Sulurayok (Author), Qin Leng (Illustrator)

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    Jake’s puppy Kamik is growing quickly, but the dog isn’t becoming any easier to handle. All Jake wants is to raise his puppy to be a strong, fast sled dog, but Kamik is far from ready to pull a sled with a dog team. With some advice and a little help from his grandmother, Jake learns basic principles of how to begin training a dog to pull. Kamik finally has his first sled, and he and Jake can finally begin exploring the tundra together. But Jake and Kamik are still inexperienced, and when a blizzard starts blowing in across the tundra, Jake must rely on his knowledge to get home. Inspired by the life memories of the author, an Inuit elder, this book lovingly presents basic dog-rearing practices that even the youngest dog lover can try.

    Adapted from the Memories of Matilda Sulurayok | Illustrated by Qin Leng

  • Niqiliurniq Recipe Book, Micah Arreak, Annie Désilets, Lucy Kappianaq, Glenda Kripanik, Kanadaise Uyarasuk (Authors)

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    “Food is life. Food is the key to vitality, goodness, happiness, and a strong body and mind.”

    Compiled by five women living in Igloolik, Nunavut, this collection of recipes brings together healthy traditional country foods—like seal, Arctic char, and caribou—with store-bought produce to create delicious meals that can be an alternative to pre-packaged foods. With details on food safety and storage, as well as information on how to build a healthy, nutritious diet, this book will help even novice cooks feel empowered to begin cooking from scratch at home.

    With tasty recipes from the land and sea—from Arctic char pizza to caribou chili—this beautifully photographed cookbook provides wholesome, hearty meals that will become family favourites for years to come.

    Written by Micah Arreak, Annie Desilets, Lucy Kappianaq, Glenda Kripanik, and Kanadaise Uyarasuk

  • Those Who Dwell Below Book, Aviaq Johnston (Author), Toma Feizo Gas (Illustrator)

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    An exciting follow-up to the critically acclaimed Those Who Run in the Sky from rising literary star Aviaq Johnston. Haunted by the vicious creatures of his recent past, Pitu tries to go back to a normal life at home after the other-worldly travels and near-death encounters of his recent disappearance into the world of the spirits. But Pitu knows that there is more work to be done, and more that he must learn in his new role as a shaman. When word of a starving village nearby reaches Pitu, he must go help its people appease the angry spirits. It soon becomes clear that Pitu must travel to the bottom of the ocean to meet Nuliajuk, the vengeful woman below, one of the most powerful beings in Inuit mythology. There he learns about his role in saving the starving community and that all in his home camp may not be as it seems . . .

    Aviaq Johnston (Author), Toma Feizo Gas (Illustrator)

  • Una Huna? Ukpik Learns to Sew Book, Susan Aglukark (Author), Amiel Sandland (Illustrator), Rebecca Brook (Illustrator)

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    Ukpik’s mother is eager to teach Ukpik how to prepare caribou skin, dry it, and use it to sew a pair of simple, useful mitts. But Ukpik can’t stop thinking about the beautiful new beads her mother traded the Captain for on his last visit. They are so bright and beautiful! Anaana knows it is more important for Ukpik to learn the skills she will need to make her own clothing in the cold Arctic climate, so she insists that Ukpik sit with her and learn the basics, while having a bit of fun, too. Though Anaana won’t let Ukpik sew with the new beads just yet, she does have a surprise for Ukpik that will let her enjoy the new-found treasures while also learning the skills she will need to provide for herself and her family.

    Written by Susan Aglukark | Illustrated by Amiel Sandland and Rebecca Brook

  • Wild Eggs: A Tale of Arctic Egg Collecting Book

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    Akuluk is not very excited about visiting Nunavut for her vacation. She would rather head south for summer vacation, somewhere with roller coasters and cotton candy.

    But as soon as she steps off the plane and sees all the exciting animals that the tundra has to offer, Akuluk forgets all about her dreams of going south. On her first full day in Nunavut, she can’t wait to travel out on the land with her grandparents to hunt for wild eggs.

    As she learns about the different types of eggs, how to collect them properly, and the delicious ways that they can be prepared, Akuluk knows that this is just the beginning of the exciting things she’ll learn!

    Written by Suzie Napayok-Short | Illustrated by Jonathan Wright