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News Headlines: Monday, September 11, 2017
Beer and wine store opens in Iqaluit
Almost a decade in the making, Iqaluit's beer and wine store opened Sept. 6 with Finance Minister Keith Peterson its first paying customer.
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Demolitions underway in Kugluktuk
The Hamlet of Kugluktuk has been knocking down old garages and moved an old abandoned building, and the latter caught fire Sept. 1.
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Election season ramps up
Elections Nunavut has been hard at work, with the final of five rounds of training completed for 22 returning officers and 31 assistant returning officers across the territory.
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Housing construction on track
Nunavut Housing Corporation (NHC) says 90 new housing units announced last fall are on track for completion by fall 2018.
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Stranded couple rides out hurricane
Hurricane Irma roared through the Caribbean last week and Iqaluit's Mark and Janet Crowther were in its path
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Kitikmeot Career Fair set for October
A Kitikmeot career fair will make the rounds during the first week of October but two things will be missing: the region's largest private employer and a stop in Kugaaruk.
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The great elders database
If elders were school teachers, they may have a few classes in particular that they'd be most comfortable teaching.
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