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July 19th, 2010

"PANGNIRTUNG" CCGA UNIT MEMBERS VISIT CCGS "TERRY FOX"

PANGNIRTUNG CREW ABOARD "TERRY FOX"
PANGNIRTUNG CREW ABOARD "TERRY FOX"
Peter KILABUK and his crew had the opportunity to tour the "Terry Fox" during a recent visit to Pangnirtung Nunavut.
This years ice is causing havoc in Cumberland Sound and the Terry Fox was assisting Commercial Shipping.

Submitted by Jack Kruger, Arctic Director.

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