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            Parties offer housing promises to appeal to the North

            NDP pledges $5,000 to renting families, Conservative says Nunavut has been ignored, Liberal points to party's track record

            One of the first issues to get traction in the federal election is one relevant to Nunavut: housing. Last weekend NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh announced his party would give up to $5,000 a year to Canadian families that rent their homes. Other core parts of his housing plan include building 500,000 affordable homes in 10...

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            A successful hunt: How Baker Lake hunters got their bowhead

            Two days before hunters from Baker Lake caught a 14-metre bowhead whale for their munity, they almost gave up. They had been stationed at Naujaat’s elders cabin for nearly three weeks, a few crew members had left because of personal matters and their hunt was impeded by rainy, stormy weather — morale was low. “We…

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            Conservatives, NDP promise northerners housing, broadband internet

            The Conservatives and New Democratic Party are making big promises when it es to housing and high-speed internet ahead of next month’s federal election. The two parties have released their platforms for the Sept. 20 election, with some similarities that include reforming Nutrition North, although neither expands on what changes they would make. The plans…

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            COVID rules stay the same as Nunavik students return to classroom

            Nunavik students are back to school. Kativik Ilisarniliriniq’s 2021-22 school year started Aug. 9, with varying start dates for schools across Nunavik’s 14 munities. The return to class es as the Quebec government unveiled its new back-to-school plan Wednesday. Students in Quebec will not be required to wear masks to limit the spread of COVID-19…

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