Editorial

For Nunavut, it’s always about capacity

"Nunavut will do what Nunavut has the capacity to do, no more and no less"

Eighteen years after its creation, Canada’s third territory still functions on its worst days like the handicapped child of Confederation, dependent on an indifferent federal government to push its wheelchair. Going all the way back to the planning period that preceded Nunavut’s birth, the most underappreciated aspect of Nunavut’s struggle to build a decent, functional…

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