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Canada | Last bastion of sea ice gets protections in agreement between government, Inuit

In Tuvaijuittuq, the ice never melts.

“When you’re there it’s very quiet. It’s so beautiful. When you’re on the ice it feels so solid, like concrete,” says Paul Okalik, the senior adviser for Arctic conservation at the World Wildlife Fund and former premier of the Canadian province Nunavut.

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