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Your North: Best reader photos for the week of March 5

Spring is almost here, and warmer temperatures mean outdoor activities! Take in a homemade igloo, a dog sled trip and more in our best photos of the week from across the North.

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Spring is almost here, and warmer temperatures mean outdoor activities! Take in a homemade igloo, a dog sled trip and more in our best photos of the week from across the North:

A little builder in training! Joe Nasogaluak sent us this photo of his granddaughter Hilary, atop an igloo she built in the Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., sunshine. (Submitted by Joe Nasogaluak)
'The stuffed moose in front of the Teslin Post Office getting an earful on how to get to the NHL Indigenous Alumni Tour hockey game in Teslin tonight against a mish mash of local players,' writes Adam Skrutkowski, who sent this to our CBC Yukon Facebook page. (Submitted by Adam Skrutkowski)
A curious visitor! Gina Silero Gonzalo sent this shot of an early-rising fox to our CBC Yukon page. (Submitted by Gina Silero Gonzalo)
'Boating today near Cape Dorset,' wrote Iqaluk Toonoo. 'Saw some walrus but unable to harvest.' The sun is out, but it still looks cold! (Submitted by Iqaluk Toonoo)
Yellowknife's famous famous snow castle sits in all its glory on Great Slave Lake in this sunny shot by Arthur Boutilier. (Submitted by Arthur Boutilier)
It's not the Iditarod, but these Yellowknife pups are still feeling the wind in their ears! Marie-Eve Cote-Simard took Loic Vig and her two dogs out for some dogsledding around the neighbourhood this week. Looking good! (Submitted by Marie-Eve Cote-Simard)
Yukon's majestic Caribou Mountain is captured in all its glory, in this lovely shot by Matt Jacques. (Submitted by Matt Jacques)
Out for a run! Nunga Aragutak sent us this great photo from an on-the-land trip with his class in Umiujaq, Nunavik. (Submitted by Nunga Aragutak)
The South Klondike Highway, in all its late winter glory. Ray Marnoch sent us this shot from a recent road trip. (Submitted by Ray Marnoch)