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NEWS: Nunavut January 03, 2014 - 4:20 pm

Photo: Snow still blowing as big storm passes through Iqaluit

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When Iqaluit residents woke up this morning, light snow was falling and winds were blowing from the south-east at 55 km/h. All schools remain closed and some sections of the community are still without electrical power. In Apex, Nanook School was in use as an emergency warming centre. Environment Canada forecasts winds gusting from 70 km/h to 90 km/h this morning, falling later to 20 km/h, with a windchill of -27 C. The City of Iqaluit, along with most other government offices and workplaces, remain closed. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)
When Iqaluit residents woke up this morning, light snow was falling and winds were blowing from the south-east at 55 km/h. All schools remain closed and some sections of the community are still without electrical power. In Apex, Nanook School was in use as an emergency warming centre. Environment Canada forecasts winds gusting from 70 km/h to 90 km/h this morning, falling later to 20 km/h, with a windchill of -27 C. The City of Iqaluit, along with most other government offices and workplaces, remain closed. (PHOTO BY JIM BELL)

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