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Firefighters, municipal enforcement officers and other agencies were all on scene when Iqaluit's metal and wood dump caught fire June 20. The fire was not fully extinguished until the next day. - Stewart Burnett/NNSL photo
Fire roars at dump again

IQALUIT
Just about as soon as the weather got warm again, one of Iqaluit's dumps burst up in flames. ARROW Continued

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City urged to tackle trash
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - As the weather warms and snow melts, Iqaluit's dirty secret is revealed. There is litter in the creeks, on the beach, in the parks and just about everywhere. That reality and the gauntlet of garbage on the road to Sylvia Grinnell Park had resident Janet Armstrong up in arms at a city council meeting June 14.

Ambassadors get taste of true North
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - When the European Union's ambassador to Canada, Marie-Anne Coninsx, visited Resolute Bay June 1, she was surprised to hear Mayor Ross Pudlat wanted an audience with the ambassador of Ukraine. "He told the ambassador, 'My son has been in Ukraine, on tourism there,'" Coninsx said.

'Transparency is important'
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - A commitment to transparency was the goal of the Qikiqtani Inuit Association when it released Article 5 of the Inuit Impact Benefit Agreement (IIBA) with Baffinland Iron Mines Ltd. for the Mary River project.

Trucking on with recreation
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - You know that old saying where kids need something to do in order to stay busy? The Recreation and Parks Association of Nunavut (RPAN) is trying to keep the young population in the territory occupied and they've hosted a couple of recent programs to do just that.



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