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Unusually high waves, estimated at between two and three metres high, struck Grise Fiord on Aug. 19 and 20. - photo courtesy of Bernard Ungalaaq Maktar
High waves hit Grise Fiord

Unusually high waves battered Canada's most Northern community on the evening of Aug. 19 and into the morning of Aug. 20, but resident Larry Audlaluk was nonplussed by the waves, which he says were forecast to be up to three metres, or 10 feet, high. ARROW Continued

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High waves hit Grise Fiord
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Unusually high waves battered Canada's most Northern community on the evening of Aug. 19 and into the morning of Aug. 20, but resident Larry Audlaluk was nonplussed by the waves, which he says were forecast to be up to three metres, or 10 feet, high.

Slow start to bowhead hunt
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Five communities have been selected across Nunavut to harvest a bowhead whale this year, and already one has returned victorious, while another has dropped out. Hunters in Iglulik caught an eight-metre-long bowhead, a young male, early in the morning on Aug. 21.

Whale Tail to undergo full review
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - Agnico Eagle Mines' Whale Tail pit at Amaruq, 50 kms from its Meadowbank mine north of Baker Lake, will undergo a full environmental review, a process that officials with the company say will take two years, more or less.

138 campers hit the groove
NUNAVUT NEWS/NORTH - The Iqaluit Music Society's annual Music Camp was delayed on the first day because the water supply was cut off to Nakasuk School. But it soon recovered, with 138 campers getting into the groove from Aug. 14 to 19. After all, organizers been doing this for 21 years.



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