Murder Mystery – May 5th

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Our Drama program is proud to announce that they will be performing a Murder Mystery Dinner Theater on May 5th in the Ainlay Auditorium. It will be a great evening with 2-3 acts, including dinner and a silent auction during the breaks. More info to come! If you’d like to receive more information please register with the foundation, or check back on this site.

Tri-Prov Champions – Congrats to our Sr. Men’s Basketball Team

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For the second year in a row our Sr. Men’s Basketball team has won Tri-Prov defeating Ross Sheppard in the final 80-61!! The team won the provincial championships last year and is currently ranked 1st in the Alberta with a league record of 15-0. We wish the team good luck in the playoffs!!


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Back Row: Mitchell Barthel, Aher Uguak, Conrad Oddoye, David Gingles, Karnash Toor, Awak Piom

Front Row: Marvin Washington, Jin Park, Jaret Burbank, Hugo Young, Abdi Arbowahab, Josh Fernandes, Miles Washington



Titans are EVERYWHERE!!!

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Last week in Baker Lake the temperature was in the minus fifties with the wind chill. Baker Lake is the only “inland” community of Nunavut’s numerous small centres. Located on a lake at the mouth of the Thelon River, the population is about 1700 and over 90% Inuit. It is near the geographic centre of Canada and home to the Territory’s only operating mine ( Agnico-Eagle’s gold mine).
There is no designated courthouse and the Nunavut Court of Justice flies to the town from Iqaluit, on average, once every two months. A typical court sitting is three days of appearances and trials and preliminary hearings. Sometimes there are civil cases as well. The court holds its’ sessions in the large meeting room of the Nunamiut Lodge.
During the December Circuit, there were six counsel present. Two were students at law, three were there as defence counsel and one lawyer was there as Crown Prosecutor. During the course of the first days it emerged that three of the six were Ainlay grads. They were the prosecutor, one defence lawyer and one of the students.
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They are Barry McLaren (’69) (Crown) Albert Frank (’74) (Defence) and Iman Amin who is an articling student living in Rankin Inlet