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Hailey Taylor
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Visitors
I have been very lucky to have my family come visit me in Whale Cove. My mom and dad came up for labour day weekend, it was there first time seeing the community not covered in snow and ice. I was able to take them out on the land and they got to see all th...

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I'm Back!
I have been back in Whale Cove for a little over a month now and can now say that I am settled back in. I apologize for neglecting my blog since returning. When I arrived back the school was short 4 staff members due to a shortage of houses in the community...

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Spring!
Spring came early in Whale Cove this year! It has been beautiful here for the past couple of weeks. Temperatures hovering around 6-10 degrees Celsius. Everyone has acquired a mad sun glass tan. It is very easy to tan here! It has been another busy month her...

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The past month..
I can't believe it has been over a month since I last posted. Time flies! We had our last blizzard of the season at the beginning of the March. Alex left for Rankin on the Wednesday for a conference and was suppose to return on the Friday but was weathered ...

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Excitement in Whale Cove
It has been a very eventful couple of weeks in Whale Cove. Alex and I went to Rankin the last weekend of February for the Avataq tournament (mens hockey tournament). This tournament brings in hockey teams from communities all over the Kivalliq region. Nunav...

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#northernlight project
Check out more about me and my northern experiences with the #northernlight project. "The #northernlight project   brings together pairs of northern and southern Canadians for a unique look at the similarities and contrasts of life in both regions." mynorth...

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Northern Convoy
This week is professional development week for teachers in the Kivalliq region. Most teachers are attending a conference in Rankin Inlet. Because we didn't want to leave the dogs behind, Alex and I chose to stay in Whale Cove and work on own individual PD. ...

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Out of The Darkness
The sun in Whale Cove is gracing us with her presence longer each day now. I can walk to school at 8:30 am without depending on the street lights to guide me. When the sun starts to rise higher in the sky the vibe in the community shifts. People are happier...

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