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  1. Tobey C Andersen

    Recently moved to Alberta late last fall, and I love being able to listen to the OK Radio during the mornings at work. Keep up the great work ladies 🙂

  2. Michelle Smith

    Great to meet you Sarah, Simone, Christine, Karen and Morris! We are big fans of the OKâlaKatiget Society! Congrats on your great work! Michelle and Kat

  3. I faithfully listen to the station and love it! When my favourite song comes on I just drop everything and put it on bust! I frightened my grandchild one day but she ended up laughing and tried to sing and dance with me!
    Is it possible to get a copy of that great song! It sounds like the late Antone Nokkasak in lead singer! In English the song is called Little Church in the Wildwood I think! Please correct me and I like the Inuktitut version in spelling D!
    Keep up the excellent work!

  4. Irene Reiche-Qaunaq

    Please extend our sympathy to the family of the young lady that died in Nain today. My daughter also was a victim of sudden suicide, in 2011. In Ottawa, we were repeatedly unable to get medical help. We found out that the doctors thought she was “faking” to get attention.
    See us at I am trying to talk to the Nunavut Government about these things, and I am talking to various other groups and organizations, with the hopes of doing something effective, something that will end suicides among us Inuit. We are losing our “brightest and best”. Again, my heart goes out to all other parents who have lost children.

  5. It was so nice to have met you Joanna Dicker when we were out in St. John’s, NL in November 2016, it was nice to see a face to the beautiful voice on OKalaKatiget Radio, may you and your family have a very Merry Christmas and a very prosperous New Year. Also going out to the OKalakatiget staff – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all.

  6. Just listening to Karrie Obed’s funeral service. Very touching! He left a big impact on so many people. May angels lead you in Karrie. Also to the OK Society, keep up the good work!

  7. I am reaching out to the community to find anyone who might remember my father JEROME BERGART. He was teacher and acting principal at the school in Nain in the years 1965/ 66. He would like to come back to visit Nain and hopefully meet with some former students and families he knew during his time in your community & school. I would love to help him find some contacts! Please let me know if anyone remembers him!!
    Thank you,

  8. Hi, I am a New York tourist to your area, always loving the Canadian north east.
    I could fly anywhere in the world but why? A car ride north gets me to the nicest places and
    people on earth.

  9. Philippe di Pizzo

    Where can I view some of the old Labradorimiut shows that had Sidney Dicker’s beautiful song Labradorimiut as music intro and end?

    • Hello, Philippe. We currently don’t have Labradorimiut online yet, but are hoping to in the future. Meanwhile, you can order DVDs from us for $20 each plus shipping charges, which depend on where you’re at.

  10. Thank you for such a wonderful interview, I felt at ease which allowed me to share more of my thoughts. This was the best interview to date…although hearing myself speak on radio is a bit more unnerving than singing 🙂
    I am happy that “Peaceful Harbor” and “Son’s of Labrador” sounded good. I recorded them on my iPhone this morning at 7 even before I had my first cup of coffee 😀

    I hope to make it there someday.


  11. Merry Christmas to all the Staff of the OKalaKatigek Society & for the wonderful work that you do, also a Merry Christmas to everyone in Nain, I wish you all the best for 2021.

  12. I’m Inuk, but born and raised in Alberta. I’ve been trying to find a place where I can learn Inuttitut for a good few months, and I’m absolutely overjoyed by finally finding one! Can’t wait to start learning my language 🙂

  13. Dear OKâlaKatiget listeners:

    We are holding a special event honouring life stories of language suppression and language revitalization on October 1 at 10am. Ellen Ford (Inuk, St. John’s) and Angela Christmas (Mi’kmaq, Miawpukek/Conne River) will share their experiences in their language(s) to mark the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. This event is co-hosted by the Department of Linguistics at Memorial University and the Nexus Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences Research.

    This is now a fully online event and all are welcome!
    To register, please direct any interested audience members to

    Kind regards,

    Shannon Fraser
    Graduate Assistant
    Nexus Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences Research
    Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador

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