Iqaluit to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day despite pandemic restrictions

Most events limited to 25 people, others to be held remotely

Skating, swimming, pop-up servings of country food, a variety of contests and a scavenger hunt — the City of Iqaluit has a slate of events planned for National Indigenous Peoples Day, on Monday, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Most events will be limited to 25 people, while others will be held remotely to abide by COVID-19...

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