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Pond Inlet youth organized a show of support for their Davis Strait neighbours. - photo courtesy of Shelly Elverum
Clyde River awaits Supreme Court decision

The final wait begins for Jerry Natanine, the community of Clyde River and lawyer Nader Hasan, who appeared at the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa Nov. 30. ARROW Continued

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Tobacco pilot sees success
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Smoking is a big problem in the territory, and getting bigger. While the rest of Canada is slowing down, the rate of Nunavummiut using tobacco is increasing.

Inuk actor on the rise
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - In the script for a screenplay, a beat is like a breath, an intentional pause. This was one technical take-away Cambridge Bay actor Ipeelie Ootoova learned during a recent networking trip to B.C. There, he received a certificate from the Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts (VADA) for completing a two-week intensive workshop in film and TV acting.

Patterson second on spending list
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - An Iqaluit barbecue takes Nunavut Senator Dennis Patterson to number two on the list of senatorial hospitality expenditures in a quarterly report released on Nov. 30. The report runs from July 1 to September 30 but also covers events held in June.

A big kick for the beautiful game
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - How many sporting events in Nunavut can bring together 10 communities and close to 1,000 people on one day? Not many but the Nunavut Soccer Association managed to pull off that trick on Nov. 26 with the inaugural Soccer Day in Nunavut event.

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