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A heavy-lift helicopter delivered the first two mid-term replacement generator units to Pangnirtung April 17 after repeated weather delays throughout the week. Two more were expected to be delivered over the weekend. - Casey Lessard/NNSL photo
Large chopper transports generators

A state of emergency was expected to be lifted as soon as four self-contained generator units arrived in Pangnirtung by helicopter this week, acting as a mid-term solution ahead of a new power plant's arrival by sealift this coming summer.
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Happenings around Nunavut

North Baffin citizens protested proposed seismic testing in July. The Hamlet of Clyde River's appeal to the Federal Court of Appeal is being heard April 20 in Toronto.

Seismic case in court
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The big day has arrived. Clyde River Mayor Jerry Natanine is in Toronto to make the hamlet's case to Canada's Federal Court of Appeal that the National Energy Board should not have granted approval for seismic testing in Baffin Bay and Davis Strait.

Bradley Ikkutisluk of Gjoa Haven has started chemotherapy at the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton. He launched a gofundme fundraising campaign on the Internet so the family can live together in Edmonton during the long road of treatment ahead.

Cancer keeps family apart
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - For three years the Takkiruq-Ikkutisluk family has spent months apart, and they've had enough. Bradley Ikkutisluk, Leslie Takkiruq and their four children have faced far more than the average hardships on a daily basis – but the worst has been the separations by thousands of miles.

The Adult Super Soccer champion Team Rankin Inlet are Kathleen Netser, back left, Anna Kreelak, Kris Okpatauyak, Kandace Kusugak, Chad Graham, Rick Ningeocheak, Natuk Ford and Craig Aglukkaq,  Hilary Tulugak, middle row left, Carlo Issaluk, James Merritt, Chris Ussak and Trent Aksawnee and keeper Lukisha Tatty, front, in Yellowknife earlier this month.

A first for Nunavut soccer
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The Rankin Inlet Miners didn't have the best of times at the First Air Rec Hockey Tournament in Yellowknife earlier this month. But that same weekend, right across the parking lot from the arena, it was a much different story for the community's co-ed soccer team.

Nick Newbery, right, speaks at the launch of his photo website, which he donated to the people and Government of Nunavut. Deputy Minister of Culture and Heritage Joe Adla Kunuk, left, introduced him and spoke of the importance of the photo collection.

Collection captures 30 years of Nunavut
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - With thousands of photos at hand, it would be impossible for photographer Nick Newbery to tell the story behind each one, but he hopes to give a glimpse of Nunavut's history through 30 years of photography.

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