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NEWS: Around the Arctic January 27, 2015 - 5:50 am

Photo: Nunavut students take a break and hit the canal in Ottawa

NUNATSIAQ NEWS
Capital idea: It doesn't get more Ottawa than lacing up the skates in January and hitting the frozen canal, which is exactly what a handful of second-year students from Nunavut Sivuniksavut did Jan. 23. Some skated, others walked, and everyone enjoyed the capital's most popular homegrown pastry — the beavertail. From left: Jennifer Amagoalik (Iqaluit), Jutai Jr. Toonoo (Cape Dorset), Marley Dunkers (Iqaluit), Nicole Hachey (Baker Lake) and Vanessa Aglukkak (Gjoa Haven). See the NS Facebook page for more photos from the day's event. (PHOTO COURTESY NUNAVUT SIVUNIKSAVUT)
Capital idea: It doesn't get more Ottawa than lacing up the skates in January and hitting the frozen canal, which is exactly what a handful of second-year students from Nunavut Sivuniksavut did Jan. 23. Some skated, others walked, and everyone enjoyed the capital's most popular homegrown pastry — the beavertail. From left: Jennifer Amagoalik (Iqaluit), Jutai Jr. Toonoo (Cape Dorset), Marley Dunkers (Iqaluit), Nicole Hachey (Baker Lake) and Vanessa Aglukkak (Gjoa Haven). See the NS Facebook page for more photos from the day's event. (PHOTO COURTESY NUNAVUT SIVUNIKSAVUT)

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