Lake Geraldine in Iqaluit in July 2018.

What happens when Nunavut’s rapidly growing capital city runs out of water?

After an Arctic freshwater researcher sounded the alarm about Iqaluit’s near-future water crisis, the city took steps to save water. But is it enough?

An Iqaluit woman’s war on obscene graffiti

Janet Pitsiulaaq Brewster hopes covering up angry words can break the cycle of pain behind them
Paul Okalik

Keep soft-liquor store out of Iqaluit: a founding premier’s plea

Paul Okalik says the move will produce misery that Iqaluit is not yet equipped to handle. And he would know.
Sled dogs rest on the frozen Frobisher Bay in Iqaluit

Move over, mushers: A battle brews over sled dog parking in Iqaluit

A plan to take away Iqaluit’s only prime sled dog lot has mushers up in arms and fearing for their future
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Northern blight

Canada’s real violent-crime hot spot is three tiny cities in the north