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

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

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

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




Kugaardjuk School was destroyed by arson on Feb. 28. Cape Dorset also lost its school to fire in September 2015. These incidents are pushing the Government of Nunavut's school insurance costs much higher. - photo courtesy of John Ivey
Prepare to self-insure Nunavut schools, finance minister warns

The Government of Nunavut is paying much high school insurance costs and someday may have to cover losses in full, the finance minister warned earlier this month.
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