Meagan Deuling

Journalist, CBC North

Meagan Deuling is an award-winning journalist who currently lives in Toronto. She has reported for CBC North in the Yukon and Nunavut. She was raised up on skiing and fresh fruit in Lumby, British Columbia. She learned to embrace and love radio in Halifax. To get in touch with her, email meagan.deuling@cbc.ca.

Latest from Meagan Deuling

Police surrounded Iqaluit residence to catch wanted man: RCMP

RCMP vehicles blocked the road in two places at the entrance to Tundra Valley, a residential neighbourhood in Iqaluit, early Wednesday afternoon.

'We want it back': Grise Fiord wants to run its own co-op

The government of Nunavut stepped in to manage the store in June, because there wasn't food on the shelves.

Addiction treatment centre opens in Ottawa for Ontario Inuit only

The government of Nunavut is working to create a contract so Inuit from Nunavut can access services at Mamisarvik, the only Inuit-specific addiction treatment centre in Canada.

New fee for Nunavut tourists intended to benefit Inuit

Half the money from a new fee will go to administer the fee program, half will go to local communities.

Nunavut's Liberal candidate gets boost from Carolyn Bennett

Carolyn Bennett, Liberal government cabinet minister, and Nunavut Liberal Party candidate Megan Pizzo-Lyall were in Iqaluit to knock on doors, meet with community groups, and make announcements to highlight aspects of Liberal platform.

Iqaluit's Uquutaq men's shelter gets $6.7M to expand, offer programming

The chair of Iqaluit's Uquutaq Society is hoping a new infusion of cash could "fundamentally change" how homelessness is dealt with in Nunavut.

Iqaluit water reservoir is almost full, just in time for winter

City says it's ten days ahead of schedule and will stop pumping on Oct. 5 instead of Oct. 15.

Nunavut to consider tighter vaping regulations

Nunavut's chief medical officer says the territory may amend its Tobacco Control Act to target the way vaping products are marketed and sold.

Iqaluit council votes to increase cab fares in city

Four councillors voted in favour of higher cab fares, two against. Those who voted against say Iqaluit’s most vulnerable rely on cabs as an essential service, and won’t be able to afford the extra dollar.

Tiny misalignment of satellite dishes responsible for Iqaluit TV disruption

Channels should be back online by the end of September in Nunavut after a small misalignment of satellite dishes was discovered and fixed.

'I wanted to see if I could do it': Nunavut adventurer runs 97-km Arctic route

Celine Jaccard says she's not a runner, but she ran the Akshayuk Pass in Nunavut in under 24 hours, relying on two pounds of potatoes to fuel the 97-kilometre run.

Federal government commits $1.96 mil to affordable housing project

The building in James North will provide 45 units of affordable housing for people with disabilities, and it will also house the Hughson Street Baptist Church.

Street food with a side of "good vibes" at Hamilton's 1st night market

Festival organizer wanted to bring the community together over food, and they say they succeeded

Remains of 300 nuns to be exhumed and moved in Hamilton

It's important for the living nuns that the remains, and eventually theirs, will be cared for long into the future

1 of Hamilton's LGBTQ advisors steps down to focus on trans protocol

Cole Gately was appointed as a voluntary advisor role a month ago.

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