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  • Start date: 2019-10-28, End date: 2019-11-01
    Week of Oct 28 - Nov 01, 2019

    Employers in Cambridge Bay are scaling back operating hours in response to a chronic labour shortage in service-based positions
    The Qikiqtani Inuit Association will be touring five communities in Nunavut to discuss details over the disbursement of the $250M in benefits promised to Inuit as part of the negotiated Inuit Benefit Agreement
  • Start date: 2019-10-21, End date: 2019-10-25
    Week of Oct 21 - Oct 25, 2019

    According to Nunavut's Community and Government Services, the department currently employs 144 Inuit staff - 36 more compared to last year due to an improved Inuit hiring process
    The Government of Nunavut plans to increase the territorial minimum wage to match the territory's high cost of living
    According to the Nunavut government, the percentage of Inuit employed for the construction of Qikiqtani Correctional Healing Centre has reached 24 percent. The correctional centre is expected to be complete by 2022.
  • Start date: 2019-10-14, End date: 2019-10-18
    Week of Oct 14 - Oct 18, 2019

    Eight indigenous entrepreneurs from Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, have been selected to take part in EntrepreNorth, a nine-month entrepreneur support program aimed to help tourism ventures build their businesses across the North
    TMAC Resources Inc. plans to expand its operations at the Hope Bay Gold Mine near Cambridge Bay. The project is expected to create about 360 construction jobs by 2022 and 820 operational jobs between 2023 and 2032.
    Construction has begun on the new $40M Nunavut Arctic College campus in Cambridge Bay. The new building is expected to be complete in 2020.
  • Start date: 2019-10-07, End date: 2019-10-11
    Week of Oct 07 - Oct 11, 2019

    Agnico Eagle Ltd. has begun commercial production at its Amaruq gold deposit at the Meadow Bank Complex near Baker Lake
  • Start date: 2019-09-30, End date: 2019-10-04
    Week of Sep 30 - Oct 04, 2019

    The Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation is providing $6.7M to Iqaluit's Uquutaq Society to purchase two buildings in order to create additional transitional housing and programming. The society expects to move into the new buildings by March 2020.
  • Start date: 2019-09-23, End date: 2019-09-27
    Week of Sep 23 - Sep 27, 2019

    The federal government is pledging $4.7M in funding toward the creation of Agguttinni Territorial Park north of Clyde River
    The federal government has allocated $15.2M over three years toward an Indigenous pilot program aimed at establishing a national network that reflects the diversity among Indigenous youth and supporting reconciliation-focused youth activities
  • Start date: 2019-09-16, End date: 2019-09-20
    Week of Sep 16 - Sep 20, 2019

    The federal government recently earmarked $7.4M to NAV Canada for a project that will improve safety and reliability for aircraft landings in airports across the North. The project is expected to create 100 jobs during implementation.
    Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami is launching a new Inuit health survey funded by the federal government. The project will provide local Inuit with training and resources to conduct their own survey.
  • Start date: 2019-09-09, End date: 2019-09-13
    Week of Sep 09 - Sep 13, 2019

    The Hamlet of Sanikiluaq recently received funding of $5.5M from the federal government to construct a new multi-purpose research facility on the Belcher Islands. The project is expected to create job opportunities for local Inuit residents.
    The federal and territorial governments have announced joint funding of $67M over five years to support programs aimed to increase the number of Inuktut speakers in Nunavut
    The federal government recently pledged over $425,000 for two marine environmental data collection projects to study the coastal ecosystems and environmental conditions around Iqaluit
    The federal government allocated $33M through the Gas Tax Fund to Nunavut to support local infrastructure projects this fiscal year
  • Start date: 2019-09-02, End date: 2019-09-06
    Week of Sep 02 - Sep 06, 2019

    The federal government is granting $964,800 over the next five years towards impaired driving reduction in Nunavut, using Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Drug Recognition Expert evaluation
    The Government of Nunavut has awarded air service contracts to Canadian North for the Qikiqtaaluk and Kitikmeot regions, and Calm Air for the Kivalliq and Sanikluaq regions
    Tumikuluit, Iqaluit's only daycare, has closed temporarily due to a shortage of staff
    Tununirusiq Daycare in Arctic Bay will be reopening its doors after receiving a $50,000 donation from Baffinland Iron Mines Corp
    Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. is donating $1M towards four projects in Baker Lake, including $150,000 for Baker Lake Search and Rescue to purchase drones and to provide technical training and certification for operators
  • Start date: 2019-08-26, End date: 2019-08-30
    Week of Aug 26 - Aug 30, 2019

    The Government of Canada is providing over $20.5M to go towards building Nunavut's first hybrid solar/diesel power plant in Kugluktuk
    Transport Canada announced $45.5M to go towards expanding the Rankin Inlet airport
    The Government of Canada has provided $20M to the Qikiqtani Truth Commission for development programs aimed at supporting Inuit governance, culture, and language revitalization
    The federal government has pledged $4.5M in funding for preliminary design work on a proposed 450-km all-season road in the Kivalliq region
    The Government of Canada, along with the Nunavut government and Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, has signed a joint agreement to build a new Nunavut Recovery Centre in Iqaluit
    The federal government is providing over $151M for the undersea fibre optic cable project from Nunavut to Greenland. The cable installation will commence in 2022.
  • Start date: 2019-08-19, End date: 2019-08-23
    Week of Aug 19 - Aug 23, 2019

    The Government of Canada is providing $828,300 to improve winter management on roads and trails across the three territories
    The federal government recently pledged $71.7M to go towards four transportation infrastructure projects in Nunavut. An estimated 200 jobs will be created during the pre-construction and construction phases.
    The Government of Canada recently pledged $76.5M over seven years to build two community harbours in Grise Fiord and Resolute Bay
    The Nunavut RCMP is partnering with Makigiaqta Inuit Training Corporation to offer a four-month training program for Inuit who want to join the police force. The program will begin in January 2020.
    Canada Goose and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami are recruiting 20 Inuit designers to work on a collection of parkas. The deadline for applications is August 30.
    The federal government is providing $430,000 for two marine environmental data collection projects in Frobisher Bay
    The federal government announced $200,000 in funding to go towards the Our People, Our Climate project at the Ilinniapaa Skills Development Centre. The project aims to educate Nunavummiut on energy conservation and climate change.
    The federal government is providing over $600,000 to build capacity in two Indigenous organizations that run marine safety engagement activities and initiatives in Nunavut
  • Start date: 2019-08-12, End date: 2019-08-16
    Week of Aug 12 - Aug 16, 2019

    The Government of Nunavut is recruiting to fill 60 vacant teaching positions across the territory. The communities with the greatest need for educators are Iqaluit, Iglulik, Pangnirtung and Pond Inlet.
    Construction on a new Iqaluit hotel and conference centre is well underway and is set to open in spring 2020. Holloway Lodging Management Services will run the hotel and is planning to hire 65 full-time and part-time positions this fall.
    The federal government is providing $600,000 to the Nunavut government to create a new Women and Girls Leadership and Governance Forum to help Inuit women and girls develop leadership skills in political roles
    The Government of Nunavut is planning to build three new long-term care facilities in the territory. Two centres will be built for the Kivalliq and Kitikmeot communities and one in Iqaluit.
  • Start date: 2019-08-05, End date: 2019-08-09
    Week of Aug 05 - Aug 09, 2019

    The federal government announced $55M in funding to go towards the new Tallurutiup Imanga marine conservation area. The money will support Inuit led initiatives, and be focused on creating conservation and research jobs for the Inuit people.
    The federal government is providing the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation with $300,000 for the Marine Program Coordinator project to support indigenous participation in the Oceans Protection Plan
  • Start date: 2019-07-29, End date: 2019-08-02
    Week of Jul 29 - Aug 02, 2019

    The Hamlet of Cambridge Bay plans to build a dozen 500-square feet tiny homes as part of a federally funded pilot project to address the hamlet's housing shortage
    The Government of Canada is providing $1.8M in funding for three initiatives aimed at supporting the well-being and legal needs of women across Nunavut
  • Start date: 2019-07-22, End date: 2019-07-26
    Week of Jul 22 - Jul 26, 2019

    World Wildlife Fund Canada is investing approximately $250,000 for projects aimed at protecting narwhal, beluga, caribou and polar bear populations in the North
    Rankin Inlet Fire Department is planning for a new regional fire-training centre after a recent donation from Agnico Eagle Mines. The facility will be built using sea cans constructed in the south and then shipped to Rankin Inlet.
  • Start date: 2019-07-15, End date: 2019-07-19
    Week of Jul 15 - Jul 19, 2019

    The Qikiqtaaluk Corporation is planning to start construction on its new hotel in Iqaluit, and will be shipping fully assembled rooms from Shanghai to use as part of the project. Once completed, the hotel will create approximately 60 positions.
    According to the Conference Board of Canada, Nunavut's real GDP is expected grow 10.3% this year. The boom is credited to high gold prices, as well as to new and existing gold mining projects.
    The federal and territorial governments, along with Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, have signed an Inuit Impact Benefit Agreement to ensure Inuit participation in the management of Canadian Heritage Rivers
  • Start date: 2019-07-08, End date: 2019-07-12
    Week of Jul 08 - Jul 12, 2019

    The Nunavut government is offering several free, weeklong, introductory courses teaching prospecting skills and techniques. The courses will be taught in Chesterfield Inlet, Arviat and Hall Beach.
    Tundra Buddies Day Care Society will officially open a new daycare centre in Iqaluit this September. The new daycare will employ 12 child care providers.
    The federal government is providing $4.7M over three years in support of six Inuit-led projects across Canada. Three Nunavut organizations will receive funding to help Inuit communities with environmental monitoring and wildlife management.
    The Government of Canada is pledging $15M in funding over the next five years to increase food security in the North through the Northern Isolated Communities Initiatives Fund
  • Start date: 2019-07-01, End date: 2019-07-05
    Week of Jul 01 - Jul 05, 2019

    The women's crisis shelter in Cambridge Bay will be closed over the summer due to a shortfall of funding
    Astro Theatre in Iqaluit will be closed this summer from July 15th to mid-October to accommodate renovations to the Astro Hill complex
  • Start date: 2019-06-24, End date: 2019-06-28
    Week of Jun 24 - Jun 28, 2019

    Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. has donated $750,000 to the Nunavut Literacy Council to promote adult and youth literary skills across the territory and to build a new headquarters in the Kivalliq region
    Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. is providing $250,000 to the Rankin Inlet Fire Department to construct a new regional fire training facility to help train more firefighters across the territory
  • Start date: 2019-06-17, End date: 2019-06-21
    Week of Jun 17 - Jun 21, 2019

    The Government of Nunavut is offering up to $7,500 per resident for those interested in training to become a pilot, aircraft maintainer or flight attendant
    The Nunavut Department of Education has agreed with a federal recommendation for implementing a plan to increase teacher retention and recruitment strategies in Nunavut
  • Start date: 2019-06-10, End date: 2019-06-14
    Week of Jun 10 - Jun 14, 2019

    The Government of Nunavut is prioritizing to increase the number of Inuit employees across all departments as only 55% of jobs are currently filled by Inuit
    The Government of Nunavut is looking to fill midwife positions across the territory as only half of these positions are currently staffed
  • Start date: 2019-06-03, End date: 2019-06-07
    Week of Jun 03 - Jun 07, 2019

    The Kivalliq Inuit Association signed a memorandum of understanding with Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. and Northern Energy Capital for the construction of a new $75M, three-turbine wind farm at Agnico's Meliadine mine near Rankin Inlet
    The Government of Canada is providing $2.1M in funding for Qikiqtaaluk Properties Inc. to retrofit a residence building at the Arctic College in Nunavut
  • Start date: 2019-05-27, End date: 2019-05-31
    Week of May 27 - May 31, 2019

    The federal government is providing $350,000 to the Qaggiavuut's Qaggiq School of Performing Arts and the Nunavut Film Development Corporation to support a technical arts and mentorship program to promote the arts industry in Nunavut
    Tower Arctic Ltd. is looking to hire local labourers to fill various trades' positions for construction work on Iqaluit's small-craft harbour and deep-sea port
  • Start date: 2019-05-20, End date: 2019-05-24
    Week of May 20 - May 24, 2019

    Infrastructure Canada has awarded $10M to Pinnguaq Association to create a network of Makerspace hubs across the territory to teach Nunavummiut technology and arts skills
    The federal government announced joint funding of $27.8M with the Nunavut government and the Qulliq Energy Corporation towards four green energy and wastewater treatment projects in the territory
  • Start date: 2019-05-13, End date: 2019-05-17
    Week of May 13 - May 17, 2019

    The Government of Nunavut is planning to build three long-term care centres in Kivalliq, Kitikmeot, and Iqaluit. Construction on the Kitikmeot facility could begin as early as summer 2020.
    The federal and Nunavut governments recently signed a bilateral agreement to invest $5.2M towards new initiatives aimed at strengthening healthcare services in the territory
    Cambridge Bay Hamlet Council approved 10 building permits valued at $53M. Among the approved projects were new offices for the Kitikmeot Corporation and the Ekaluktutiak Hunters and Trappers Organization, and a new campus for Nunavut Arctic College.
  • Start date: 2019-05-06, End date: 2019-05-10
    Week of May 06 - May 10, 2019

    Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. has started commercial production at their Meliadine Gold Mine near Rankin Inlet. The mine is expected to employ approximately 900 people; at least 350 of whom will be Inuit.
    Raytheon Co is hosting open houses in Cambridge Bay and Hall Beach in June to provide information about employment overseeing the North Warming System as part of an ongoing effort to recruit more Inuit
    Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. is awarding a maximum of $25,000 to each of ten Inuit-led projects that address the inter-generational effects of residential schools, teachings of Inuit culture and on-the-land programs
  • Start date: 2019-04-29, End date: 2019-05-03
    Week of Apr 29 - May 03, 2019

    The territorial government awarded Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping Inc. a contract to resupply goods to 18 Nunavut communities over the next five years
    The Jays Care Foundation, the charitable arm of the Toronto Blue Jays, is funding a new baseball diamond in Pond Inlet with construction to be completed by summer
    The Government of Nunavut has approved a permit submitted by Qulliq Energy Corp. to build a new $13M head office in Baker Lake. The new office is expected to be completed by 2021.
  • Start date: 2019-04-22, End date: 2019-04-26
    Week of Apr 22 - Apr 26, 2019

    Nunavut Resources Corp. is raising $29M to restart the environmental review process for the Grays Bay Road and Port Project. The $550M project will include the construction of an all-weather road from the Jericho mine to Grays Bay.
    Canadian Service Corps provided $660K to the Students on Ice Foundation for a new Expedition to Community (E2C) program to support youth initiatives in Inuit Nunangat. E2C will hire local coordinators in each community to help deliver the program.
  • Start date: 2019-04-15, End date: 2019-04-19
    Week of Apr 15 - Apr 19, 2019

    According to a report by the Canadian Medical Association, Nunavut has high physician and nursing turnover, which may negatively affect patient care in the territory
    The Government of Canada is allocating more than $700M over the next ten years towards diversifying post-secondary educational and arctic research opportunities, as well as enhancing infrastructure resources in Nunavut 
  • Start date: 2019-04-08, End date: 2019-04-12
    Week of Apr 08 - Apr 12, 2019

    The Government of Nunavut is launching a weekly evening walk-in clinic at Iqaluit Health Services to increase accessibility to health care services in the territory
    The federal government is providing over $3.8M in funding for geoscience and permafrost research in Nunavut to determine the territory's vulnerability to climate change
  • Start date: 2019-04-01, End date: 2019-04-05
    Week of Apr 01 - Apr 05, 2019

    Sabina Gold & Silver Corp. is delaying the start of production at its Back River gold mine near Cambridge Bay from 2021 to 2022
    The RCMP in Nunavut plans to hire four new translators as part of $2.8 million in funding from the Government of Nunavut. Meanwhile, the RCMP is in need of 30 more officers due to rising offences in the territory.
    The Government of Nunavut and Baffinland Iron Mines Corp. have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to prioritize Inuit employment and retention at the Mary River Mine
    The Nunavut Housing Corporation is planning to build 95 public housing units over the next 12 months
    According to a new Conference Board of Canada report, 97% of Nunavut residents that work in the mining industry are Indigenous
  • Start date: 2019-03-25, End date: 2019-03-29
    Week of Mar 25 - Mar 29, 2019

    A new Eskimo Point Lumber Supply Home Hardware store recently opened in Rankin Inlet
    The territorial government announced the launch of the Therapeutic Justice Program pilot project in Cambridge Bay that aims to address criminal behavior causes by addictions and mental health. The program is set to begin April 1 of this year.
  • Start date: 2019-03-18, End date: 2019-03-22
    Week of Mar 18 - Mar 22, 2019

    Nunavut government's newly restructured Human Resources department will launch on April 1. The new department will focus on increasing Inuit employment in the public service.
  • Start date: 2019-03-11, End date: 2019-03-15
    Week of Mar 11 - Mar 15, 2019

    The Government of Nunavut provided $74M in funding to Pilitak Enterprises Ltd. for the construction of a new jail in Iqaluit. According to the contract, at least 20% of the workforce will be Inuit and the new facility is expected to be complete by 2022.
  • Start date: 2019-03-04, End date: 2019-03-08
    Week of Mar 04 - Mar 08, 2019

    Agnico Eagle Ltd. has poured its first gold bar at their Meliadine gold mine near Rankin Inlet, signifying the beginning of commercial production. The site currently employs approximately 550 people with the potential to hire around 100 more.
    This year, the territorial government will renovate Sakku School in Coral Harbour and create an addition to the École des Trois-Soleils in Iqaluit. A new $40M school in Kugaaruk is also currently being developed and is expected to open in August.
  • Start date: 2019-02-25, End date: 2019-03-01
    Week of Feb 25 - Mar 01, 2019

    The Government of Nunavut announced $4.6M of their annual operating budget would go towards addictions and trauma treatment, which includes the creation of a position to plan for an addictions treatment facility in the territory
    The territorial government is expanding its raw fur shipment program. Harvesters will be able to ship frozen fox, and wolverine hides south at no cost.
    The federal government will provide over $1.6M for the development of a hydroelectric-fibreoptic link from Kivalliq region to Northern Manitoba. The project will reduce fossil fuel usage and improve internet connectivity in surrounding communities.
    The Government of Nunavut announced a new child advocacy centre for victims of child abuse, led by the Arctic Children Youth Foundation, will open in Iqaluit this April. Services at the centre will be available in English and Inuktitut.
  • Start date: 2019-02-18, End date: 2019-02-22
    Week of Feb 18 - Feb 22, 2019

    Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. has invested $5M in funding towards an Inuit workforce development plan to train Inuit to work within an addictions treatment centre in Nunavut
    Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. announced that production at both their Meliadine mine near Rankin Inlet and Amaruq mine near Meadowbank would likely begin this year in the first and third quarter respectively
    Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation has celebrated the opening of its new 800-person work camp at the Mary River mine site. The company also announced it had received permission to construct a 380-person work camp and a new tank farm at the Milne Inlet.
    The largest hair salon in Nunavut, Jenn 87 Hairstyling, has opened its doors in Iqaluit. The owner is planning to expand the salon into a full spa in the future and hire and train staff locally.
    According to the Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit, not enough teachers have been applying for their job openings. The school is concerned about not being able to recruit for the next school year.
  • Start date: 2019-02-11, End date: 2019-02-15
    Week of Feb 11 - Feb 15, 2019

    The Government of Canada is investing $216,000 towards Hunters and Trappers Organizations across the territory to support the development of training materials available on the Nunavut Inuit Wildlife Secretariat's website
    On February 11, the Canada Revenue Agency opened its Northern Service Centre in Iqaluit, which is aimed at helping residents and businesses file their taxes. The new centre will also allow CRA to expand its outreach program and liaison officer services.
    The federal government is providing over $9.9M for the lighting upgrade and rehabilitation of airside surfaces at the Hall Beach Airport
    Leading the Way is a youth recreation program in the communities of Kugluktuk, Iglulik, Pond Inlet, Arctic Bay, Sanikiluaq, and Coral Harbour. Several representatives from each community have received training and will be hired to facilitate the program.
  • Start date: 2019-02-04, End date: 2019-02-08
    Week of Feb 04 - Feb 08, 2019

    The Hamlet of Gjoa Haven is seeking funding for a runway expansion, which would allow jet service to the community. The upgrade of the runway will improve the hamlet's tourism industry as cruise ships often are cancelled because of poor ice conditions.
    Nunavut Arctic College is training Nunavummiut to be nurses at their Iqaluit Campus as the territory's health care services are suffering due to a medical staffing shortage
  • Start date: 2019-01-28, End date: 2019-02-01
    Week of Jan 28 - Feb 01, 2019

    On January 27, Inuit-owned coffee company Kappittiaq has celebrated its grand opening in Cambridge Bay
    The federal government has increased quota for turbot fish harvesters in Nunavut. The new quota will begin in May or June once the ice begins to leave the coast.
  • Start date: 2019-01-21, End date: 2019-01-25
    Week of Jan 21 - Jan 25, 2019

    The Baker Lake health centre has been limited to emergency care only, due to a shortage of nurses. The facility has filled only two of the ten nursing positions required for full operations.
    TMAC Resources Inc. announced they have concluded the environmental permitting needed to expand their Hope Bay mine site for the Boston and Madrid gold projects. The project would likely double the opportunity for local contractors and Inuit workers.
    Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre is seeking $1.5M for the construction of a new community wellness centre in Iqaluit. The facility will provide services and programs such as counselling services, family drop-in programs, and early-childhood education.
    According to Statistics Canada, Nunavut's employment rate has decreased from 55% in 2017 to 54% in 2018, while Inuit employment rate dropped from 47% to 45%
  • Start date: 2019-01-14, End date: 2019-01-18
    Week of Jan 14 - Jan 18, 2019

    The Qulliq Energy Corporation is asking the Government of Nunavut to build a $13M new head office in Baker Lake to accommodate all administrative employees in one location. If approved, construction of the new office would begin as soon as summer 2020.
    On January 10, the Nova Group ended its contract with the Pairijait Tigumivik elders' society to run the Tammaativvik medical boarding home in Iqaluit funded by the territorial government. About 50 staff will lose their jobs due to the termination.
    The health centre in Arviat has been running reduced services due to a shortage of nurses during the busy flu season. Three new community health nurses were hired, and the centre is hoping to resume its normal operations shortly.
  • Start date: 2019-01-07, End date: 2019-01-11
    Week of Jan 07 - Jan 11, 2019

    The Government of Nunavut is funding employment and training programs that target employment readiness, essential skills and sector-specific training, initiatives for persons living with a disability and out-of-school youth aged 15-30
    The Government of Nunavut has selected Cape Dorset as the site for a new tuberculosis-screening clinic. The facility will open in February 2019 and is expected to operate for 11 to 12 weeks.
  • Start date: 2018-12-31, End date: 2019-01-04
    Week of Dec 31 - Jan 04, 2018

    For the first time, all 25 communities in Nunavut have access to cell service as SSi Micro recently completed rolling out retail service across the territory
  • Start date: 2018-12-24, End date: 2018-12-28
    Week of Dec 24 - Dec 28, 2018

    Nunastar Properties Inc. acquired Iqaluit's old RCMP lot and plans to build Astro Hill Place development that will include retail and office space
  • Start date: 2018-12-17, End date: 2018-12-21
    Week of Dec 17 - Dec 21, 2018

    Transport Canada is providing over $2.5M from the Oceans Protection Plan for the construction of mooring bollards in five communities in Nunavut
    Close to half of Nunavut's public housing stock is more than 30 years old, and replacement is required after 40 years. Local housing authorities are finding it difficult to manage repairs due to being short staffed.
  • Start date: 2018-12-10, End date: 2018-12-14
    Week of Dec 10 - Dec 14, 2018

    Natural Resources Canada is providing $74,500 to the Kivalliq Science Educators' Community's annual Science Cultural Camp to upgrade camp supplies and equipment
    The Inuit Development Corporation Association launched on November 28 in Ottawa. The association will work with national policy, procedures and partnerships, as well as advocate for business opportunities for Inuit within Inuit Nunangat.

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