Christmas lights shine in Iqaluit

Christmas lights illuminated Nunavut’s legislative assembly building in Iqaluit on Friday, Dec. 2, as residents enjoyed hot dogs and hot chocolate for Christmas Lights Across Canada, part of an annual national winter celebration. (Photo by Emma Tranter)

By Nunatsiaq News

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(5) Comments:

  1. Posted by 867 on

    More like “holiday lights”. First they take away prayer at Council meeting, now this?

    • Posted by We are winning on

      Prayer has no place in the modern politics of any society, let alone a diverse one where the faster growing affiliation is Atheist.

      • Posted by Up North on

        Prayer has no place until tragedy or death strikes. Then the last place the dead goes is in the “house of prayer” and the last thing the dead gets area prayers.

  2. Posted by Bob Lee on

    Season’s Greetings! In a dark cold world of ours, nice to see beautiful Christmas lights.

  3. Posted by Nunavik Resident on

    Have yourselves, ourselves a Merry Christmas 2022 everyone. May god bless, and wish for a more peaceful world in 2023.


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