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Frank Reardon Photos 19m
Some iPhone photos from the noon hour in and the on a cool day 🥶 NOV.30.2020
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Kaani Naulaq 6h
It’s extremely cold this morning. I certainly ain’t walking today. Oh so cold and I’d be facing the wind
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Rodney D'Silva 6h
Replying to @tylerwatt90
The view from my deck in .
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Dr Courtney Howard Nov 28
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Nunatsiaq News Nov 21
Northern lights at the causeway in : Blaine Heffernan captured this image around 8 p.m. on Nov. 19. “It was -17 with a -20 something windchill. The lights were definitely putting on an amazing performance!” he said. (Photo by Blaine Heffernan)
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Frank Reardon Photos 14h
My favourite shot looking out the harbour today with the and the two ship in the Mist. NOV.29.2020
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James Henry Bell Nov 28
The best part of today's news from is this: for the first time, the territory's active case count has shrunk. As of today, 131, compared with 151 yesterday.
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Jordan Kunni Nov 23
Despite 4 new cases in The community members are happy to see 0 new cases since testing has been done.
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Nunatsiaq News Nov 27
The rising sun shines upon the backbone of a beluga whale near Iqaluit, , on Nov. 19. (Photo by Frank Reardon)
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Minister Marc Miller Nov 25
We are supporting the Government of and Inuit communities affected by the pandemic with emergency funding. We know Nunavummiut are strong, and communities are pulling together to face this unprecedented challenge.
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Midnight Sunsets Nov 26
Replying to @Saskajanet
Sunset tomorrow will be at noon here in . Enjoy some rays for me!
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Meagan Deuling Nov 26
No new cases of COVID-19 today in , and 3 more cases recovered, for a total of 5 recovered. Latest recovered cases are in Arviat and Whale Cove. 150 active cases in the territory.
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Dom Spiers 🇬🇧🇨🇦 Nov 27
After the week I've had, I think a walkabout in would be great.
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N16Breda YesWeRepealedThe8th Nov 21
When we're post-coronavirus, it's finally time to visit
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Catherine Corriveau 11m
Again, beautiful social and political initiatives to help promote and increase the youth's leadership up North
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Sarah Rogers Nov 24
Love all these qulliq photos from tonite
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Frank Reardon Photos Nov 22
Good morning from with a wonderful through the formations on my storm door NON.22.2020
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Nunatsiaq News Nov 24
Radio host calls for qulliq-lighting to support residents with COVID-19: Lighting of oil lamps at 8 p.m. a show of support for 142 people in territory with virus
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Nunatsiaq News Nov 26
No new COVID-19 cases reported in : Positive cases had been climbing for three weeks
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Nunatsiaq News Nov 27
reports four new COVID-19 cases: Territory has 151 active cases with three new recoveries confirmed
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