Iqaluit for Fabulous Singles

Canada’s Arctic has never been more in the public eye. Climate change, emerging Inuit artists, and International Polar Year and resource development together make The Circumpolar North a hot place to be. With Nunavut entering its second decade as a new territory in Canada, the capitol city of Iqaluit struts into the spotlight.

And on the other hand, you have heard horror stories about $8 for milk, all the stores running out of toilet paper, and weeks of – 45C temperatures. Short staffing and high turnover of employees may bring on some anxiety about the working conditions. Not to mention tales of the low number of available single people to date…!


About the Author

Janice Seto writes non-fiction and commentary including articles for The Bridge, the publication of The Malaysia-Canada Business Council. Save Your Breath: Making Better Deals by Talking Less is an expansion on her article, on negotiating, for The Bridge. Over the years, she has studied royalty and studied the Enneagram personality system and written her dissertation on the topic. Royalty Meets Enneagram is her latest series. Her more recent books are also available on Amazon: Standing Out in The Background – A Guide to Extra Work in Toronto’s Film & TV Industry and Johnny Seto’s Bowmanville – An Enneagram Perspective. Her first children’s book, Walking for Clean Water: Pukatawagan on the Move, is in English and Cree, with Ralph Caribou providing the Rock Cree dialect translation. The System for Women is her first book series on relationships, based on the hilarious but insightful work of Doc Love Parts 1 and 3 reached #2 on the Amazon Bestseller list in its category as a free download. Part 5: Pride and Prejudice reached #1. Bowmanville’s Octagon House – From Church and Faith and Tait to Irwin & Seto also went all the way to #1.