now that we are actually experiencing night time darkness again, I sighted my first moon since May last night. One of the lights in this photo is a street light. The other one is the moon...or a UFO.
There's this article by a colleague in Rankin Inlet about practicing family law in Nunavut in the Common Room, the publication of the Women Lawyers' Forum: http://www.cba.org/CBA/conf_women/Women_Newsletters2013/north.aspx .
There's also this feature in National Magazine about the state of access to justice in Nunavut, also featuring my colleagues: http://www.nationalmagazine.ca/Articles/July-August-2013/The-wolf-the-sheep.aspx.
Both offer great insights about how different it is from practicing down south.
A snowy owl, hanging out at the golf course.
Of course, one of the great things about working reasonable hours here in Nunavut is that we get to have a lot of fun after work too. And there's definitely a lot of things to do.
like have a pool party! An indoor one, of course. At the local pool. Which is 3 feet deep.
taking long hikes through the local golf course