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Iqaluit RCMP believe they've recovered the body of Ambar Roy
Ambar Roy RCMP in Iqaluit say they believe a body they've recovered near the Apex River Bridge belongs to Ambar Roy, an 18-year-old Ontario university student who was reported missing while visiting the Nunavut capital in March 2019.
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SnowKing's Winter Festival celebrates 'silver jubilee' with its 25th snow castle
snow castle This year, Snowking’s Winter Festival celebrates its 'silver jubilee' — the 25th castle built of snow and ice — with a stacked roster of events.
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Dance program encourages Iqaluit kids to excel in school
Inuksuk High School dancers Participants in a dance program at Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit say it encourages kids to go to class and do well in school.
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These unicorn mukluks will have you flying over rainbows and glitter
unicorn mukluks Cree Anishinaabe two-spirit artist Alley Yapput recently completed a pair of unicorn mukluks for one lucky toddler. 
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War museum photo exhibit highlights service in the North
Arctic Front Rosalie Favell, an acclaimed Métis artist from Ottawa, returns from deployment in the North with telling portraits if Canadian Rangers.
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Video appointments, emailed records should be part of health care system: N.W.T. doctor
Doctor using a tablet Dr. Ewan Affleck, a family doctor in Yellowknife, and the other physicians behind a new report released by what's known as the Virtual Care Task Force, say virtual care — when a medical professional interacts with a patient remotely or electronically — would better the quality of health care in this country, especially in the North.
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What Russia's $300B investment in Arctic oil and gas means for Canada
Prirazlomnaya oil platform in Russian Arctic While the North could suffer from increased marine traffic and potential spills, Canada’s industry is unlikely to see any impact.
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Yukon First Nations' 'leading-edge' self government agreements, 25 years in
Paul Birckel This week marked 25 years of implementing Yukon First Nation's self government agreements. CBC spoke to some of the people who negotiated the treaties.
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You'd be lucky to see these newly-discovered aurora in the night sky
New aurora dunes We are no strangers to the brilliant lights that have been talked about for centuries. And now, there is a new type to add to the list — studied even further by citizen scientists snapping pictures at the exact same time.
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2 Northern teens reunite in P.E.I. to win international hockey championship
Brayden Uluqsi and James MacCara James MacCara is from Yellowknife, and Brayden Uluqsi was born and raised in Rankin Inlet. They reunited in Charlottetown and took home the East Coast Elite League title.
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