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Pat's story: CBC Nunavut station manager retires after 33 years
Patrick Nagle In Iqaluit, a blizzard is news. So in the '80s when the roads were too snowy to drive, CBC North station manager Patrick Nagle would often pick up staff on his Yamaha Bravo snowmobile.
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Yukon gov'ts new affordability measures 'tardy' and not enough, says Yukon Party, NDP
Tracy-Anne McPhee The Yukon government is rolling out a raft of measures to help alleviate the financial stress from the rise in inflation on residents. But critics say it's coming late and it's inadequate.
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What's the biggest issue in Yellowknife's election? Have your say
Yellowknife Last week, CBC North sent all the Yellowknife city council candidates a questionnaire. One question we asked them was, 'What's one city issue you care about and why?' Now we want to hear from you.
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Broken promises, denial of systemic racism strain CAQ-Indigenous relations going into Oct. 3 vote
QUE First Nations 20210929 In his 2019 apology, the CAQ's François Legault vowed to "absolutely avoid imposing solutions" on Indigenous communities. But in the years since, AFN regional chief Ghislain Picard says, Legault's taken "still very much a colonial approach."
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Confusion reigns in Kuujjuaq over how and where to vote in the Quebec election
 Kuujjuaq post office Although advance voting officially got underway this past Monday in Quebec's Ungava riding, hundreds of Kuujjuaq residents have still not received their voter cards due to missing postal information.
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Crown stays murder charge against 1 of 2 suspects in Nunavut boy's death
Nunavut Court of Justice Four years after police charged Glen Kadlak Jr. with second-degree murder, the Crown has stayed the charge.
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Researchers tracking wind speeds along Dempster Highway's 'Hurricane Alley'
Carleton University's Trevor Andersen Researchers from Carleton University in Ottawa are tracking wind speeds on part of the Dempster Highway. "If there are trucks travelling along the highway they can be blown completely off the road," says Trevor Andersen.
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Why Yellowknife's mayor wants to sell a downtown lot for $1
Rebecca Alty Holloway Lodging Corp. is the only developer that's expressed interest in the land downtown — which the city purchased in 2014 for $1.45 million — since the city began requesting proposals for it in 2019. They want to buy it for $1.
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Alaska landslide damages 3 homes in Juneau, 'squishes' pickup truck
Alaska Landslide A landslide triggered by record rainfall significantly damaged three homes, prompted the evacuation of about a dozen residents and caused power outages in downtown Juneau, Alaska's capital city.
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Feds slammed at Nunavut land use hearing, critics say it favours development over caribou protection
Spencer Dewar The federal government received pointed criticism for its position on caribou protection under the Nunavut Land Use Plan during its presentation Tuesday in Thompson, Man.
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