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NEWS: Iqaluit November 27, 2012 - 10:55 am

Photo: Iqaluit cleans up after Nov. 26 storm

DAVID MURPHY
A snow plow pushes snow off a road in Iqaluit early Nov. 27, cleaning up after the storm brought which the city to a near standstill Nov. 26, closing schools and offices and causing the postponement of several events. The Circumpolar Conference on Education for Indigenous People, scheduled to get underway Nov. 26, will now start during the afternoon of Nov. 27, with 125 delegates and speakers from Sweden, Norway, Greenland, Alaska, Nunavik, Nunatsiavut, Northwest Territories and Nunavut expected to attend.  For Nov. 27 in Iqaluit, Environment Canada is calling for mainly sunny conditions, with temperatures falling to -25 C by the afternoon. (PHOTO BY DAVID MURPHY)
A snow plow pushes snow off a road in Iqaluit early Nov. 27, cleaning up after the storm brought which the city to a near standstill Nov. 26, closing schools and offices and causing the postponement of several events. The Circumpolar Conference on Education for Indigenous People, scheduled to get underway Nov. 26, will now start during the afternoon of Nov. 27, with 125 delegates and speakers from Sweden, Norway, Greenland, Alaska, Nunavik, Nunatsiavut, Northwest Territories and Nunavut expected to attend. For Nov. 27 in Iqaluit, Environment Canada is calling for mainly sunny conditions, with temperatures falling to -25 C by the afternoon. (PHOTO BY DAVID MURPHY)

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