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On the Inside:
The economy diversifies as mining remains the backbone, according to News North's award winning report on northern industry.

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On the Inside:
This 2017 report highlights what's happening in Nunavut and Northwest Territories Construction industries.

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On the Inside:
An in depth analysis of the number one industry in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories

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On the Inside:
Nunavut was one of two jurisdictions to see a significant increase in mining exploration last year.




Tourists fill the room for the opening of the Great Northern Arts Festival. Though overall numbers seem to be down this summer, some organizations, such as Parks Canada, are reporting swelling interest from southerners. - Stewart Burnett/NNSL photo
Town hopes to tie tourism to Yukon

INUVIK
Inuvik may be part of the Northwest Territories, but in many ways - most notably tourism - it's more closely tied to Yukon.
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