Golden hour in Iqaluit

Iqaluit’s Tundra Ridge neighbourhood is bathed in golden light during sunset July 13. (Photo by Frank Reardon)

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  1. Posted by Mary on

    I know these pile of rocks between Iqaluit and Apex. In the winter my father used to trap the weasels and sell them to Hudson’s Bay Company where he was working at the Apex Store. At times we would walk pass them when we go to the American Base to watch movies on Sundays. where he used to work in the 30’s and early 50’s. After the movie he would pick the weasels from his traps on the way home to the little house he had build that was provided by the Hudson’s Bay Company in the early 50’s. My father was well known to the to American Army Base workers as he used to work for them from 1930’s to around early 1950’s. That was our old way of life we had. Those memories can’t be taken away from us. I am thankful for my parents as they were really good workers and good people. I am proud to be Inuk. Thank you for showing of the beautiful picture that show us from the past and today’s as it is still standing there for us to see.

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