From the air, Canada’s smallest, newest capital isn’t much to look at: a cluster of houses and utilitarian commercial buildings scattered up the snow-covered, treeless slopes rising from Koojesse Inlet on Baffin Island’s Frobisher Bay.By John Geddes
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