It's hards to start with Nunavut as a sentence unless you want to explain the basic and general information.
This post is geared towards the 50% of the population that are in or getting out of high school and to those who are thinking of further education. This is for you.
I am not going to try to even answer a question for you. All i want is free thoughts going around, even just amongst your head.
Nunavut means "Our Land" obviously, and it connotes a commune in some ways, to me anyways, as it sounds like we own everything as a people. our land.
What do you want to see in Nunavut?
What kind of society do you envision when you want to live up there?
Do you even want to be part of Nunavut or do you feel it's a obligation to be from Nunavut?
What legislations are appropriate for all residences of Nunavut?
How do you see justice being served in Nunavut?
Do you think adopting the twelve Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit principles as policies of the government are good ideas?
Do you feel the need to elect your own premier rather than the MLA's electing it for you?
Are the current politicians and law enforcers the people that should make decisions for you?