Gjoa Haven man to stand trial for murder

Clifton Qirqqut, 27, accused of killing Rex Sallerina

A Gjoa Haven man will stand trial for second-degree murder in his home community in March 2020, according to an order by Justice Sue Charlesworth made at the Nunavut Court of Justice in Iqaluit Sept. 9. Police charged Clifton Qirqqut, 27, in 2017 in connection with the death of Rex Sallerina. Court documents allege Qirqqut…

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