By Marcia Laycock
Those are three of my deepest impressions of my recent trip to Canada's eastern Arctic, Nunavut. But there are many others.
I've always considered myself a "northerner," having been raised in Northern Ontario and then lived in the Yukon, Canada's western arctic, above the sixtieth parallel. But I gained a new perspective on that word during this trip to Baffin Island. It was indeed a new kind of "north" and a decidedly cross-cultural experience.
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