By David Venn Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The City of Iqaluit is once again asking residents to give their input on the creation of a plan for what the city should like over the next 20 years. The city’s new general plan, which will be used to help guide its future in terms of housing, transportation and policymaking, is up for review. Iqaluit city councillors met for a planning and development committee meeting Tuesday night where two consultants from RePublic Urbanism, a firm contracted by the city, answered questions about what the city’s residents have said so far about what they want to see in the plan. They presented a report to council filled with suggestions, including that the city incorporate Inuit culture into buildings and community areas, build
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