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A Travel Blog by julienrl
I am a lifeguard in a indor 12mx5mx1m pool in cambridge bay, nunavut. As I am here, I am also preparing my trip to europe that should begin in the begining of september. (note, it says North West Territories but that is because Nunavut is not in the ...
The Prequel - One week in Rankin Inlet as one of two chaperones on a student exchange...warm up for "the trip"- coming soon!
A Travel Blog by coigreach
Returning to the tundra for the first time in 18 years! I am one of three chaperones bringing 15 students from Symmes Jr. High School to meet students from Rankin Inlet. I am so grateful for this chance to dig in to some fine caribou stew and fly across ...
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... , I recently read a rather disturbing newspaper article in the Kivalliq News (August 25, 2010) involving a case where the Nunavut Government pulled the operating license of a long-term eco-tourism operator right on their opening day and without notice, ...
A Travel Blog entry by brookeandchris from Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada
Happy Nunavut Day everyone! The day is celebrated to commemorate the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and the Nunavut Act. Either way, it meant something for us to do. Some of the pictures I've added today from the celebration are definitely not for the ...
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For hardy souls, this rugged island lying north of the Labrador Sea is covered mostly by glaciers and rolling tundra.