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NEWS: Nunavut February 14, 2014 - 5:15 pm

Photo: An architect’s sketch of future CHARS building

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Here's a first look at the architect's vision for the proposed Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) planned in Cambridge Bay. Montreal-based architect firm Fournier, Gersovitz, Moss, Drolet et associés designed the main research building pictured here, which will make up the $188-million complex and hub for Arctic-based science and technology research. The facility's construction materials are due to arrive in Cambridge Bay this summer, while the complex is on target to open in July 2017. (PHOTO COURTESY OF SCIENCE.GC.CA)
Here's a first look at the architect's vision for the proposed Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS) planned in Cambridge Bay. Montreal-based architect firm Fournier, Gersovitz, Moss, Drolet et associés designed the main research building pictured here, which will make up the $188-million complex and hub for Arctic-based science and technology research. The facility's construction materials are due to arrive in Cambridge Bay this summer, while the complex is on target to open in July 2017. (PHOTO COURTESY OF SCIENCE.GC.CA)

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