Nunavut’s new government sees even split of new and returning MLAs

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CBC News published this video item, entitled “Nunavut’s new government sees even split of new and returning MLAs” – below is their description.

Fewer than half of the 14,000 eligible Nunavut voters turned out Monday to elect new members of their legislative assembly. The territory’s premier will be decided by secret ballot in November.

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