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    Two arrested in Oct. 13 drug bust in Kuujjuaq

    Seizures occurred a day after 26-year-old was also charged with drug offences

    There have been two drug busts this month in Kuujjuaq. The Integrated Nunavik Investigation team — which includes both Nunavik police and Quebec provincial police officers — carried out searches in two houses and a shack on Oct. 13, according to a news release from Nunavik Police Service. Officers seized 2,034 methamphetamine pills, electronic devices,...

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    Shipping increase approved; Baffinland won’t terminate workers

    Baffinland Iron Mines will “immediately … be rescinding all termination notices” issued to 1,100 employees after federal Northern Affairs Minister Daniel Vandal approved its request to increase its shipping limit this year, a pany spokesperson said Tuesday. Vandal’s decision sided with the Nunavut Impact Review Board’s remendation, made Sept. 22, that the pany should be…

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    Feds give $5.4M for Nunavut airport upgrades

    Four hamlets across Nunavut will get a share of approximately $5.4 million from the federal government to upgrade their airports and machinery. Whale Cove will receive the bulk of the Transport Canada funding, with $4.4 million going toward repairs to the munity’s gravel runway. Cambridge Bay and Coral Harbour will each receive $420,000 for plow…

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    Inukjuak player starts new chapter with Ontario junior hockey team

    A young hockey player from Nunavik has already scored his first goal for his new junior C team in southern Ontario. But Hosea Aculiak has bigger goals in mind for when his own career is over: He wants to return home to Inukjuak to teach the game to youngsters there. Aculiak, 19, earned a spot…

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    Actor Johnny Issaluk stripped of Order of Canada

    This article was updated at 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 17, 2022 Actor and athlete Johnny Issaluk is no longer a member of the Order of Canada. Gov. Gen. Mary Simon stripped Issaluk, who is originally from Chesterfield Inlet, of the honour on Aug. 31, according to a notice from Rideau Hall released Saturday. The notice…

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