Iqaluit

Pope Francis, in Iqaluit visit, asks forgiveness for residential schools

Pope Francis wrapped up his Canadian visit on Friday evening in Nunavut's capital with an outdoor public speech before a crowd of both admirers and critics, some of them holding signs of protest. read more

'I want to tell you how very sorry I am': Pope's Iqaluit speech hews close to earlier apology

Pope Francis attends a community event near Nakasuk Elementary School in Iqaluit on Friday afternoon. In his speech, the Pope asked forgiveness and referred to the 'indignation and shame' he felt ... read more

Qulliq Energy to add, fix Iqaluit street lights

The City of Iqaluit has hired Qulliq Energy Corp. to upgrade its street lights. Councillors voted unanimously to spend $131,788 for the upgrades in 17 areas of the city, including the Road to Apex, ... read more

Nunavut declares emergency in Iqaluit, city receives first shipment of potable water

IQALUIT, Nunavut - The Nunavut government has declared a 14-day state of emergency in Iqaluit after water in the capital was deemed undrinkable and potentially tainted with petroleum. The first ... read more

New cannabis store one step closer to opening in Iqaluit

A new cannabis store is one step closer to opening its doors in Iqaluit, but not without debate. The bylaw amendment that would allow Higher Experience Inc. to operate next door to Northmart passed ... read more

Pope meets Inuit survivors as 'pilgrimage of penance' nears end in Iqaluit

Pope Francis arrived in Iqaluit on Friday for the final leg of a historic tour that saw the pontiff express “deep shame and sorrow” and apologize for abuses committed by some members of the Roman ... read more

Iqaluit residents reportedly without internet services for the past 24-hours

Iqaluit residents are reported to be without internet services. According to the Nunatsiaq News, internet services provided by Northwestel and Bell were impacted at 11am ET on August 3rd. City ... read more

Pope’s Iqaluit visit well attended, but only at first

Pontiff admits what happened in residential schools amounted to genocide. When Pope Francis took to the stage outside the Nakasuk School in Iqaluit, Nunavut, he was an hour behind schedule but still ... read more

Cold and hungry: Food inflation bites Canada’s north

IQALUIT (Nunavut), Aug 9 — In Canada’s remote north, residents have long paid dearly for food, and rising prices have worsened an already dire situation, exposing the vulnerability of one of the world ... read more

Cold and hungry: Food inflation bites Canada's north

IQALUIT, Nunavut, Aug 8 (Reuters) - In Canada's remote north, residents have long paid dearly for food, and rising prices have worsened an already dire situation, exposing the vulnerability of one ... read more

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