Iqaluit

Nunavut’s legislative assembly lights up for the holidays

Nunavut’s legislative assembly got festive over the holiday season, as part of the Christmas Lights Across Canada program. In its 37th year, capital cities across the country will light up prominent buildings in a similar way until Jan. 7, 2022. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, “these lights are a reminder of our bright future and better days in the year ahead,” said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a statement. (Photo by David Venn)

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Iqaluit’s new weather station to open in new year

Fire destroyed old weather balloon launch station in April

Iqaluit has a new weather station onsite, after the old building burned down in April. RCMP say the cause of the fire was not suspicious. (Photo by Mélanie Ritchot)

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