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Stolen walrus carving returned to family after seven years buried in sand

Carving discovered during Iqaluit community cleanup after being stolen from family in 2017

It was Friday, June 14, community cleanup day in Iqaluit, and Erika Alexander had volunteered to pick up garbage on the beach behind the elders home. She saw what looked like an old Lululemon bag and bent down to pull it out of the sand.

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Flying bodies, rowdy crowd at Iqaluit pro wrestling event

North Shore Pro Wrestling fights left audience chanting ‘This is awesome!’

Dylan “Double D” Donavan flies off the top rope into his opponent Zak Patterson. North Shore Pro Wrestling brought big hits and flying bodies to Iqaluit’s Aqsarniit hotel on Saturday night, and the show was greeted by a rowdy, energetic crowd. (Photo by Jeff Pelletier)

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