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Massive cruise ship signals new era of Arctic tourism

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Melting Arctic ice is making the Northwest Passage navigable for bigger ships. Today the biggest one yet — ‘Crystal Serenity’ — made a stop in the tiny hamlet of Cambridge Bay, Nunavut.
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4 comments

  1. positive outcome of the thawing. Those small communities will really benefit from the investment

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  2. Putting strain on these communities? These passengers are showing up for a day, dropping off their money and then leaving. It's the exact opposite of the refugee situation down south.

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  3. Tourism or global warming. Make your choice.

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  4. Global warming bull shit again, huh?

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