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Photo: Still boating in Nunavut’s capital, for now

By NUNATSIAQ NEWS

A little throttle and we're off: Boaters in Iqaluit take advantage of high tide around 2 p.m. Oct. 28 for a trip out on Frobisher Bay. But they might not be boating for much longer. With a fall blizzard this week, and temperatures dropping, the bay will soon be solid. According to the Canadian Ice Service, new ice can form in Frobisher Bay as early as mid-October or as late as mid-November, which means... time to tune up your snow machines. (PHOTO BY LISA GREGOIRE)


A little throttle and we’re off: Boaters in Iqaluit take advantage of high tide around 2 p.m. Oct. 28 for a trip out on Frobisher Bay. But they might not be boating for much longer. With a fall blizzard this week, and temperatures dropping, the bay will soon be solid. According to the Canadian Ice Service, new ice can form in Frobisher Bay as early as mid-October or as late as mid-November, which means… time to tune up your snow machines. (PHOTO BY LISA GREGOIRE)

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