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Canada's Arctic passageways are shared by ships and wildlife, as this map demonstrates with information about movements by vessels, whales, fishes, and birds. - photo courtesy The Pew Charitable Trusts
Chinese container ships could pass by Nunavut

Michele LeTourneau
Northern News Services

Canadian Arctic waters are heating up, but not because it's spring. ARROW Continued

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Harsh words for proposal to boost mayor's benefits
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - City councillors turned away a proposed change to the mayor's benefit package and had some harsh words about the timing of it. The change, proposed at a council meeting April 26, would have seen the mayor have a benefits package comparable to a director of the city, something that was apparently the intent of the bylaw in the first place when the mayor's position became full-time.

Historic tale spans continents
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - It all started when former Nunavut commissioner Edna Ekhivalak Elias decided she wanted to write a book about her Swedish roots. "I simply wanted to write a book about my grandfather, Johnny Norberg," said Elias.

Caribou concerns at mine hearing
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH -Caribou protections were once again front and centre as the Nunavut Impact Review Board held public hearings at the Luke Novoligak Community Hall in Cambridge Bay April 25 to 30 related to Sabina Gold and Silver Corp.'s Back River (Hannigayok) gold project.

Team North ready for action
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The Norman Northstars out of Manitoba will be a huge help to Team North this year. That's because the Northstars will be providing three players from Nunavut for this year's boys team competing at the 2016 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Mississauga, Ont., which begin today.



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