Iqaluit declares local state of emergency over water drought
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For the first time in three years, Iqaluit is in a local state of emergency due to a water shortage. City councilors met Friday afternoon in an emergency session to discuss how to make it through the winter with enough water in Lake Geraldine, the city’s raw water reservoir. They voted unanimously to declare a

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