Becoming The Jerry Cans: From Legion cover band to ambassadors of Inuit culture
The Jerry Cans are now known for their eclectic sound that combines rock, folk, throat singing and singing in Inuktitut, but the group originally met at Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit, and started off playing cover songs.
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The city wants to improve what has been poor uptake on a voluntary program in place for nearly a decade.
Former northern Ontario chief to develop housing centres to 'create a sense of security' for evacuees
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