British Columbia MP Bob Zimmer, right, the federal Conservative party critic for northern affairs and Arctic sovereignty, was in Nunavut recently to meet with territorial, business and community leaders. He is pictured here with Canadian Coast Guard Capt. D. Barron and the coast guard’s assistant commissioner for the Arctic region, Neil O’Rourke, touring the coast guard icebreaker Henry Larsen. (Photo courtesy of MP Bob Zimmer’s office)

Conservatives’ northern affairs critic meets territorial leaders in Nunavut visit

By Meral Jamal

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(5) Comments:

  1. Posted by Tim on

    Oh god, I hope this clown was not taken seriously, I will never vote for the Cons again, made that mistake before not again.

    • Posted by eskimo joe on

      Would you rather vote for Libs who have completely destroyed Canadian family fabric? PM is making everything legal so he can continue his personal habit legally….

      • Posted by Tim on

        I’d happily vote for the Liberal’s any day over the Cons! Look at the leaderless Cons, looks like they will be choosing a ignorant far right yahoo as their leader, anti this and that no based on logic or science, this clown Cons I would never vote for, NDP or Liberal thank you. ABC

  2. Posted by Not Nunavut on

    Was he in Grise Fiord, Kugluktuk, Qiqitarjuak, Sanikiluaq or only Iqaluit? News reports need to start writing Iqaluit, Iqaluit is not Nunavut its part of Nunavut, I doubt very much these politicians even know other communities in “Nunavut”

    • Posted by Still Nunavut on

      Will Iqaluit is the capital of Nunavut and most political leaders tend to visit the capitals, like in any other place in Canada or around the world, most meetings happen in the capital.

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