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Nunavut MP Hunter Tootoo at a news conference Feb. 16 called on the federal government to strip the name of a residential school system proponent from an Ottawa building housing the Prime Minister's Office. - photo courtesy of Hunter Tootoo's office
Tootoo wants Langevin Block renamed
Ottawa building named after residential school architect, houses Prime Minister's Office

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Nunavut MP Hunter Tootoo is among those calling on the federal government to strip the name of a residential school system architect from a prominent Ottawa office building.
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Kugluktuk gets new service buildings
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Three new buildings opened in Kugluktuk will provide more effective and efficient water and waste water services to the hamlet. A new water treatment plant, public works building and six-bay garage were officially opened following a ribbon cutting ceremony on Feb. 14.

Agnico Eagle approves massive expansion
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. announced it will spend US$1.2 billion to expand its gold mining operations in the Kivalliq region. The Toronto-based company plans to have two gold mines operating in the territory by 2019 and employing around 2,000 people, about 36 per cent of them Inuit. The company employed 1,400 directly or indirectly at the start of this year, according to company spokesperson Dale Coffin.

Making Klik and Pilot Biscuits fashionable
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Adina Tarralik Duffy recalls the smell of sliced Klik sizzling over a campfire. "This is a product you would see on Nunavut tables growing up," she recalls. "When we were out camping too, it's a grub box item to pack in case you aren't successful at hunting." The premium pork could be found on the shelves of any Northern store, alongside canned chicken and Vienna sausages.

Iqaluit Blizzard second again
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The Iqaluit Blizzard bantam boys hockey team were once again in the nation's capital for a tournament. And once again, they were forced to settle for a silver medal. The Blizzard made the trip to the Capital House League Championship earlier this month to take on some of the best teams in the Ottawa region and came second after dropping a tough 2-0 contest to Ottawa Centre in the final.



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