Saturday, 27 October 2012

Life in Inuvik

Way up north lies a land of extremes -- sometimes 24 hour sunlight, sometimes 24-hour darkness; a land where the earth is frozen solid year-round - even in summer but a few feet below the surface.

In that land, where temperatures can plummet to 50 below, where the Arctic Wolf hunts in packs and the Great Horned Owl scours the tundra, stands the town of Inuvik in Canada's North West Territories.

What could there be in Inuvik to appeal to a young media-savvy chap from Ottawa, like Philippe Morin?

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