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NEWS: Nunavut September 28, 2016 - 1:08 pm

Photo: Your leisure time is nearly over, qimmiit

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Sled dogs wait for their dinner in Rankin Inlet Sept. 29. With temperatures dipping below zero these days in that western Hudson Bay town, snow can't be far away. According to websites that track weather trends and snowfall, Rankin Inlet usually has 12 days of snow on average in October for a total of about 25 centimetres. So get ready qimmiit. Your summer rest will soon be over. (PHOTO BY THOMAS ROHNER)
Sled dogs wait for their dinner in Rankin Inlet Sept. 29. With temperatures dipping below zero these days in that western Hudson Bay town, snow can't be far away. According to websites that track weather trends and snowfall, Rankin Inlet usually has 12 days of snow on average in October for a total of about 25 centimetres. So get ready qimmiit. Your summer rest will soon be over. (PHOTO BY THOMAS ROHNER)

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