Photo: Introducing your new mayor and council, Iqaluit

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Iqaluit's new mayor and city councillors may now begin their three-year terms of office after being sworn in at the Nunavut Court of Justice building in Iqaluit Nov. 2. From left: Jason Rochon, Terry Dobbin, Gideonie Joamie, Mayor Madeleine Redfern, Romeyn Stevenson (back), Joanasie Akumalik (front), Simon Nattaq, Kuthula Matshazi and Megan Pizzo-Lyall. Redfern won 59 per cent of votes cast in Iqaluit's municipal election Oct. 19, beating out incumbent mayor Mary Wilman and former councillor Noah Papatsie for the city's top job. (PHOTO BY STEVE DUCHARME)


Iqaluit’s new mayor and city councillors may now begin their three-year terms of office after being sworn in at the Nunavut Court of Justice building in Iqaluit Nov. 2. From left: Jason Rochon, Terry Dobbin, Gideonie Joamie, Mayor Madeleine Redfern, Romeyn Stevenson (back), Joanasie Akumalik (front), Simon Nattaq, Kuthula Matshazi and Megan Pizzo-Lyall. Redfern won 59 per cent of votes cast in Iqaluit’s municipal election Oct. 19, beating out incumbent mayor Mary Wilman and former councillor Noah Papatsie for the city’s top job. (PHOTO BY STEVE DUCHARME)

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