Moves and redirects
If you want to create a new redirect for a page, the way to do it is to "Search" for the new title, then click on the red link which will appear, and create the redirect (the "redirect" formatting is offered in the box of choices below the editing box). Please don't move redirects from one name to another, it leaves a complicated trail for other people to follow.
You mention one move of a redirect as being "needed for another move", but you can't move an article onto a title which has been used for a redirect with any complex editing history, and there are standard ways to make both controversial and non-controversial moves - see WP:RM.
In the case of OSQ, I think the orchestra's own website shows that the French language name is the real one, at which the WP article should stay.
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- Hello 117Avenue, thank you for reminding me the importance of citing my sources. Next time, it would be appreciated to do so without canceling people's modifications and Assume good faith. A simple reminder is more than enough. --UncivilFire (talk) 16:24, 31 January 2011 (UTC)
That's odd. There are more hits for Arviatmiut but the ones for Arviaqmiut are better. If you scroll down the demonyms page it gives Iqaluiter for Iqaluit which is not what I would have expected but Iqaluitmiut. Of course neither of the two towns web sites use any of the demonyms. By the way the demonym for Cambridge Bay is "Iqaluktuuttiaqmuit". CambridgeBayWeather (talk) 19:58, 31 January 2011 (UTC)
Speedy deletion nomination of EXterio
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