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How climate change plays a role in the affordability crisis of Canada’s North | The Current

In Canada’s North, the affordability crisis hits differently due to climate change. In Norman Wells, N.W.T., the community depends on an ice road and river barges in the summer to bring in food and construction — but a melting road and a low river are impacting shipping and raising prices of goods. The Current’s producer Benjamin Jamieson went to Norman Wells to learn more about how climate change is reshaping life in the North. Host Matt Galloway speaks about managing the effects of climate change with Charlotte Menacho, an elder in Tulita in the North, and N.W.T. Premier R.J. Simpson.

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