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Nunavut

Exotic bird goes North

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Nowadays, being from Newfoundland is like being some sort of exotic bird.

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Light in the darkness

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The beauty and simplicity of the rural life shines forth with a special glow at Christmas

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Making ends meet

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Returning home sparks reflections on the complex lifestyles many of us pursue in this province, and questions about why we do it

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Small town antics

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A little bit of foolishness goes a long way.

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Aboriginal Insight

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How a class trip to British Columbia spawned a greater understanding of the uniqueness of Inuit culture.

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Spring again

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With spring comes new life, and a thawing reminder of human activity’s cumulative effects on the natural environment.

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Mining the Land: the resource industry in Nunavut

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Mining brings challenges but also immense opportunities to the North

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Rural Moms-to-be[ware]

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The laborious nature of childbirth in the far North

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On the rocks

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Reflections on the meaning, and possibilities, of change in the North

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Hockey nights in Arviat

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Sports take on a special importance in the North

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Nanuq of the North

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A unique project aims to reduce conflict between two of the world’s top predators: human and polar bear

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On the ‘itch

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Or, the politics of bingo

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Stranded on the ice

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Experiencing search and rescue first-hand in the North…

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Two Turtle Doves

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From turtles to stray dogs, Northern life with pets poses unique challenges…and rewarding memories

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Northern Ontario and the Canadian “North”

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From Yonge Street to Hudson Bay…

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Picking up speed

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The spread of technology means Northern life is no longer so remote. But technology can be a double-edged sword…

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Let’s all go to Capital City

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Iqaluit is a beautiful city, but just one part of a very diverse North

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Mental migration

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Reflections on the changing seasons in the North

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Food (in)security and the North

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Note: 61st Parallel will be published every four weeks, instead of bi-weekly, to make room for Charlene Paterson’s new column “Remote Control”

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Go Away B’y

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A Newfoundlander living in Nunavut describes the joy of returning home for the summer…and the difficulty of leaving again

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