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Trudeau Finishes Iqaluit Visit On Dogsled, Then Inside Igloo

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, alongside Nunavut Premier P.J. Akeeagok and Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated President Aluki Kotierk, engaged in Arctic activities in Iqualuit, Nunavut. Trudeau, demonstrating solidarity, signed a devolution agreement granting Nunavut the right to collect royalties, a historic move for the territory. Talks began in 2014, culminating in Thursday’s agreement. Notably, Nunavut possesses vital minerals for battery production, aligning with Canada’s push for green initiatives. The agreement is part of Canada’s strategy to attract investments in the electric vehicle supply chain, supporting global efforts to reduce carbon emissions.

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