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NEWS: Iqaluit October 25, 2012 - 11:20 am

Photo: Relaxed and paying attention

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An Iqaluit dog enjoys a relaxing moment in the back of a municipal bylaw vehicle on the evening of Oct. 24 while firefighters and other emergency responders handle a small fire at building 151 in lower Iqaluit. The City of Iqaluit said 18 firefighters arrived after the fire broke out around 7:30 p.m. The building was unoccupied when fire crews arrived and no one was injured, but two people have been left homeless and five other people will need temporary shelter for a few days. The cost of the damage is estimated at about $50,000. The fire department said they are classifying the fire as
An Iqaluit dog enjoys a relaxing moment in the back of a municipal bylaw vehicle on the evening of Oct. 24 while firefighters and other emergency responders handle a small fire at building 151 in lower Iqaluit. The City of Iqaluit said 18 firefighters arrived after the fire broke out around 7:30 p.m. The building was unoccupied when fire crews arrived and no one was injured, but two people have been left homeless and five other people will need temporary shelter for a few days. The cost of the damage is estimated at about $50,000. The fire department said they are classifying the fire as "suspicious in nature" and have turned the investigation over to the RCMP. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)

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