Okay, so I think I'll start off with the sounds and orthography.
The standard latin alphabet in Nunavut is known as Inuujingajut
There are three vowels. They can be short or long. Long vowels are represented in writing by a doubling of the vowel:
As for consonants:
voiceless stops: p
/k/, and q
/q/ are unaspirated.
voiceless fricatives: s
/s/ and ł
/ɬ/. (though /ł/ is sometimes written as <&
> or <l
then there's v
/g/, and r
/ɢ/. (the /ɢ/ is a voiced uvular stop. It doesn't seem to be too difficult to reproduce, but is nonetheless unique.)
/n/, and ng
/ŋ/ (geminated ng
is written nng
I find the orthography (and sounds) to be very straight forward.
I won't be using the Inuktitut syllabary much, but here it is for reference. (Note: a dot is placed over the syllable to represent a long vowel):
Hope I didn't miss anything.