AS FRANKLIN'S LURE BRINGS PEOPLE NORTH, GJOA HAVEN SEEKS ITS SHARE OF THE BOOTY

GJOA Haven, Nunavut – It’s cool and cloudy as Don Sessions, wearing a toque and a good, solid jacket, hops off an inflatable boat that has ferried him from his cruise ship to shore. The welcoming facilities in Gjoa Haven, Nunavut, are primitive — a stretch of pebbly beach marked off with yellow police tape. […]

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