NU Multi Sport Camp trains first group of people to travel to Cambridge Bay and Sanikiluaq as part of pilot program

School will be out from Feb. 18 to 22 in the territory, meaning youth will be looking for something to do. They won’t have that problem in Cambridge Bay and Sanikiluaq as the Recreation and Parks Association of Nunavut (RPAN) will take care of that for them. RPAN is rolling out a pilot program known...
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