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Cab 124 Clear

Cabs play a vital role in Iqaluit ferrying people to and from their daily life. I got the chance to spend an afternoon ridding around with a cabbie named Tom. He moved north 19 years ago, married a local girl and is now not only a father but also a grandfather. Although having worked many different jobs over his years in the North Tom has often fallen back on the easy money and access to a vehicle that cabbing provides.

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yaaay! Iqaluit. the first photo is awesome!

November 12, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterSpors

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