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Is the Nunavut government turning Clyde River’s cultural centre into a rehab facility?



Kent Driscoll
APTN News
Some residents in Clyde River, Nunavut are wondering if their cultural centre is going to be turned into a place of rehabilitation for people with drug and alcohol problems.

That’s because of a question from Pangnirtung MLA Margaret Nakashook who asked in the legislature if the government was still considering repurposing the facility into a rehab centre.

The answer “still considering” is what is getting all the attention.

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One Response to “Is the Nunavut government turning Clyde River’s cultural centre into a rehab facility?”

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    Tuukittaaki June 7, 2018 at 1:51 pm #

    Build another for drugs and alcohol facility and leave the Cultural Centre for Nunavumiun. It is an asset for the well being of Nunavumiun. Leave it as it is!!!