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CTV News
Mini, eight-legged 'monster' discovered lurking under Canadian Arctic sea iceEarth Observation Science, first stumbled upon a new form of Monstrilloida zoop
CTV News / Posted 2 hours ago
Earth Observation Science, first stumbled upon a new form of Monstrilloida zooplankton in the icy waters of Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, in 2014. More than 160 different species of these "mini monsters" exist around the world, but none were known to... Read more
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Welland Tribune
A race against time across the Arcticdiminished frame. If he was to accomplish his goal — a route that took him fro
Welland Tribune / Posted 14 hours ago
diminished frame. If he was to accomplish his goal — a route that took him from Old Crow, Yukon Territory, to Baker Lake, Nunavut — he needed to be fast. It was a race against time. Shoalts will be back in Niagara this weekend to share his... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Katherine W. 'Kathy' Bredbenner, an occupational therapist and longtime Meals on Wheels and church volunteercouple also enjoyed touring the lower 48 states and all of the Canadian provinc
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
couple also enjoyed touring the lower 48 states and all of the Canadian provinces and territories — with the exception of Nunavut, which can only be reached by plane or boat — in their 34-foot motor home. She also traveled to Europe,the Holy Land... Read more
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Business Wire
TMAC Resources Provides Third Quarter Operations Updateof restricted cash. ABOUT TMAC RESOURCES TMAC holds a 100% interest in Hope B
Business Wire / Posted 4 days ago
of restricted cash. ABOUT TMAC RESOURCES TMAC holds a 100% interest in Hope Bay located in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut, Canada. TMAC is an emerging gold producer with the Doris mine pouring first gold in the first quarter of 2017 and... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Teens bring together north and southfriendship dates back to 2015. That’s when Lindsey travelled south for three h
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 4 days ago
friendship dates back to 2015. That’s when Lindsey travelled south for three hours by airplane to the town of Iqaluit in Nunavut Territory to attend the Arctic Youth Ambassador Caucus with Global Vision from Oct. 22 to Nov. 1. At the same time,... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Teens bring together north and southfriendship dates back to 2015. That’s when Lindsey travelled south for three h
Delhi News Record / Posted 4 days ago
friendship dates back to 2015. That’s when Lindsey travelled south for three hours by airplane to the town of Iqaluit in Nunavut Territory to attend the Arctic Youth Ambassador Caucus with Global Vision from Oct. 22 to Nov. 1. At the same time,... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Teens bring together north and southfriendship dates back to 2015. That’s when Lindsey travelled south for three h
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 4 days ago
friendship dates back to 2015. That’s when Lindsey travelled south for three hours by airplane to the town of Iqaluit in Nunavut Territory to attend the Arctic Youth Ambassador Caucus with Global Vision from Oct. 22 to Nov. 1. At the same time,... Read more
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The Tyee
People With Disabilities in Poverty Trap, Says Reportprovinces at 18.2 per cent, with British Columbia second at 15.3 per cent. The
The Tyee / Posted 6 days ago
provinces at 18.2 per cent, with British Columbia second at 15.3 per cent. The highest among provinces and territories is Nunavut at 29 per cent. Wassink said a federal anti-poverty strategy is urgently needed. The campaign was a joint... Read more
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CTV News
Ottawa expresses concern to Europe over toxic rocket splashdownBrianne Maxwell, a spokeswoman for Global Affairs Canada, said Thursday. The c
CTV News / Posted 7 days ago
Brianne Maxwell, a spokeswoman for Global Affairs Canada, said Thursday. The comment came after the government of Nunavut added its voice to protests over the launch. "The prime minister has been in contact with the premier's office on... Read more
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Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin
Teacher brings cultural exchange from the Northfind enough work even as a supply teacher in Simcoe County, so she looked north
Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
find enough work even as a supply teacher in Simcoe County, so she looked north. After more than a full year of teaching in Nunavut under her belt, Bell is coming back to Ontario through a cultural and learning exchange with a youth hockey team to... Read more
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CBC.ca
Rare views of unique Nunavut park come to Google Street Viewbecause it is a place that is hard to get to." Getting there physically means
CBC.ca / Posted 8 days ago
because it is a place that is hard to get to." Getting there physically means taking a commercial flight to Resolute, Nunavut followed by a four-hour charter flight on a Twin Otter aircraft. Altogether, you can expect it take at least a couple... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Rare views: Google goes to end of the earth in new Street View of Ellesmere Islanda tiny sliver at Greenland’s apex reaches further north. To reach Quttinirpaaq
Calgary Sun / Posted 8 days ago
a tiny sliver at Greenland’s apex reaches further north. To reach Quttinirpaaq, you first fly to Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut. Your next flight takes you to Resolute on Cornwallis Island. Then you must hire a Twin Otter to fly to the park,... Read more
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CTV News
Google goes to end of the earth in new Street View of Ellesmere Islanda tiny sliver at Greenland's apex reaches further north. To reach Quttinirpaaq
CTV News / Posted 8 days ago
a tiny sliver at Greenland's apex reaches further north. To reach Quttinirpaaq, you first fly to Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut. Your next flight takes you to Resolute on Cornwallis Island. Then you must hire a Twin Otter to fly to the park,... Read more
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CBC.ca
Construction begins to add Nunavut to Centennial FlameNunavut joined the Canadian federation nearly two decades ago, but it's only no
CBC.ca / Posted 8 days ago
Nunavut joined the Canadian federation nearly two decades ago, but it's only now taking its place among the other territories and provinces surrounding the Centennial Flame on Parliament Hill. It's no small job: the 12-sided stone fountain at the... Read more
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New Kerala
Regulators Release New Findings and Trends on Women on Boards and in Executive Officer Positions - newkerala news #279424regulatory authorities in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and La
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
regulatory authorities in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Yukon (the participating jurisdictions) today published CSA Multilateral Staff... Read more
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New Kerala
Regulators Release New Findings and Trends on Women on Boards and in Executive Officer Positions - newkerala news #279408regulatory authorities in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and La
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
regulatory authorities in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan and Yukon (the participating jurisdictions) today published CSA Multilateral Staff... Read more
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CBC.ca
Snorkelling over a Franklin Expedition wreck? Adventure tourism arrives in the vulnerable Arcticexpedition through the Northwest Passage might have had a chance to snorkel at
CBC.ca / Posted 11 days ago
expedition through the Northwest Passage might have had a chance to snorkel at the wreck of HMS Erebus in the icy waters of Nunavut. Avid snorkellers did get in the water later in their journey, but the unprecedented recent opportunity to gaze down... Read more
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Philboxing
CRAWFORD LOOKS TO FIGHT THE HORN-CORCORAN WINNER AND BEYONDto Ushuaia in Southern Argentina. In the summer of 2011 Beaumont joined a six-m
Philboxing / Posted 11 days ago
to Ushuaia in Southern Argentina. In the summer of 2011 Beaumont joined a six-man boat team to row from Resolute Bay in the Nunavut Territory, Canada to the 1996 location of the North Magnetic Pole. On February 1, 2012 Beaumont and his team of... Read more
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New Kerala
Zinc Shows a Silver Lining as Exchange Stocks Fall to Lowest Level in Decades - newkerala news #278791of Blue Moon's equity. Blue Moon also holds interests in the Yava Property in
New Kerala / Posted 11 days ago
of Blue Moon's equity. Blue Moon also holds interests in the Yava Property in the Mackenzie Mining District, Territory of Nunavut, approximately 450 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife. The Yava Property consists of one mining lease of 1,304... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Her story has resonated': Nunavut teen's death drives Inuit, federal task force on TB in the Northto tackle tuberculosis in Inuit communities is the story of Ileen Kooneeliusie.
CBC.ca / Posted 12 days ago
to tackle tuberculosis in Inuit communities is the story of Ileen Kooneeliusie. The 15-year-old girl from Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut, died in January after a rare form of tuberculosis spread throughout her body. At the Public Policy Forum in Ottawa... Read more
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CBC.ca
Inuit call for halt on satellite launch over rocket's toxic fuel fearsthat people in the North depend upon," said Eva Aariak, Canada's commissioner o
CBC.ca / Posted 13 days ago
that people in the North depend upon," said Eva Aariak, Canada's commissioner on the Inuit Circumpolar Council and former Nunavut premier. Eva Aariak, Canada's commissioner on the Inuit Circumpolar Council and former Nunavut premier, says the... Read more
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CTV News
Pipelines, asylum seekers, tuberculosis: how politics touched us this weekThis week, the federal government rolled out a plan to eliminate what can be a
CTV News / Posted 13 days ago
This week, the federal government rolled out a plan to eliminate what can be a deadly infectious lung disease. Inuit in Nunavut are 270 times more likely to have TB than the rest of the population, a long-standing problem propelled by poverty... Read more
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BBC News
Identifying Canada's unidentifiedBella Ningyooga Wilcox (née Lyall) carrying her baby sister Betty Novalinga Bre
BBC News / Posted 13 days ago
Bella Ningyooga Wilcox (née Lyall) carrying her baby sister Betty Novalinga Brewster (née Lyall), probably at Fort Ross, Nunavut, summer 1948. The image of the siblings, a snapshot taken when the family was living in a remote Hudson's Bay... Read more
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CTV News
European satellite splashdown in Canadian Arctic probably toxicwaters are the garden of the area for the species that we harvest," said Larry
CTV News / Posted 14 days ago
waters are the garden of the area for the species that we harvest," said Larry Audlaluk, a hunter from Grise Fiord, Nunavut, one of the communities closest to the North Water. "It is scary, what could happen." Michael Byers, a Canadian... Read more
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New Kerala
Canada's tourism ministers meet ahead of Canada-China Year of Tourism in 2018 - newkerala news #277890a mission to China in 2018 to promote Canadian tourism. Ministers also discuss
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
a mission to China in 2018 to promote Canadian tourism. Ministers also discussed the progress made since agreeing to the Nunavut Declaration in 2016, which includes a commitment to collaborate on marketing initiatives, product development,... Read more
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CBC.ca
Toronto airport's distorted inukshuks warn of death, suicideby the federal government for installation at the airport in 1963. They were bu
CBC.ca / Posted 22 days ago
by the federal government for installation at the airport in 1963. They were built by Kiakshuk, an elder from Cape Dorset, Nunavut, and member of the West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative. At some point after, the works were disassembled and transferred... Read more
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Daily Mail
National Geographic 'Nature Photographer of the Year' submissionsas cleaning station, a sort of car wash for big fish' Florian Ledoux took this
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
as cleaning station, a sort of car wash for big fish' Florian Ledoux took this photo called 'Thousands of Belugas' in Nunavut, Canada. Ledoux wrote: 'Every summer, a thousands of belugas come back in the shallow whater of Nunavut. They spend... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
POCOMAR volunteers always ready to respondunit in the Central and Arctic Region, says its commander. The region covers On
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 24 days ago
unit in the Central and Arctic Region, says its commander. The region covers Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. “We see a range of things when it comes to vessels on Lake Erie. We deal with people... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
POCOMAR volunteers always ready to respondunit in the Central and Arctic Region, says its commander. The region covers On
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 24 days ago
unit in the Central and Arctic Region, says its commander. The region covers Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. “We see a range of things when it comes to vessels on Lake Erie. We deal with people... Read more
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Welland Tribune
POCOMAR volunteers always ready to respondunit in the Central and Arctic Region, says its commander. The region covers On
Welland Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
unit in the Central and Arctic Region, says its commander. The region covers Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. “We see a range of things when it comes to vessels on Lake Erie. We deal with people... Read more
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BC Local News
What has laces, is covered in art and is charitableindividuals," said Ross, "The fact is we respond to any situation where we can
BC Local News / Posted 27 days ago
individuals," said Ross, "The fact is we respond to any situation where we can help. An elementary school in Kugaaruk, Nunavut burned down with everything in it, including athletic gear, so we are shipping them 250 indoor shoes so that the kids... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
What has laces, is covered in art and is charitableindividuals,” said Ross, “The fact is we respond to any situation where we can
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 27 days ago
individuals,” said Ross, “The fact is we respond to any situation where we can help. An elementary school in Kugaaruk, Nunavut burned down with everything in it, including athletic gear, so we are shipping them 250 indoor shoes so that the kids... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
What has laces, is covered in art and is charitableindividuals,” said Ross, “The fact is we respond to any situation where we can
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 27 days ago
individuals,” said Ross, “The fact is we respond to any situation where we can help. An elementary school in Kugaaruk, Nunavut burned down with everything in it, including athletic gear, so we are shipping them 250 indoor shoes so that the kids... Read more
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CTV News
RCMP arrest Nunavut man who evaded them for almost three monthsCAPE DORSET, Nunavut - RCMP from Cape Dorset in Nunavut say they have arrested
CTV News / Posted 27 days ago
CAPE DORSET, Nunavut - RCMP from Cape Dorset in Nunavut say they have arrested a man who evaded them by living outside the community for almost three months. David Mikkigak is a suspect in several crimes, including assault, forcible confinement and... Read more
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BC Local News
Word on the Street literary fest puts spotlight on Indigenous writersRoselynn Akulukjuk, Joanne Robertson, Deborah Kigjugalik Webster and Jay Odjick
BC Local News / Posted 28 days ago
Roselynn Akulukjuk, Joanne Robertson, Deborah Kigjugalik Webster and Jay Odjick. Webster, who grew up in Baker Lake, Nunavut, says she was inspired to write "Akilak's Adventure" for her own kids. "I have two daughters and when they were... Read more
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BC Local News
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who's waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
BC Local News / Posted 28 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who's waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. "They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins," she says,... Read more
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Calgary Sun
'They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents': Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageGJOA HAVEN , Nunavut — Tourists say the darndest things. Just ask Anna Aaluq,
Calgary Sun / Posted 28 days ago
GJOA HAVEN , Nunavut — Tourists say the darndest things. Just ask Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents.... Read more
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Similkameen Spotlight
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Similkameen Spotlight / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Smithers Interior News
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Smithers Interior News / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Alberni Valley News / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Abbotsford News / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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100 Mile House Free Press
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
100 Mile House Free Press / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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The North Island Gazette
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
The North Island Gazette / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Comox Valley Record / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Castlegar News
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Castlegar News / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Arctic cruise tourism comes of ageAnna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship pas
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
Anna Aaluq, who’s waiting on a pebbly beach to guide a group of cruise ship passengers around her hometown of Gjoa Haven, Nunavut. “They ask if we still live in caribou-skin tents. They ask if we still live in the wooden cabins,” she says,... Read more
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