These communities include the Hamlet of Arviat, opened in the area, eight of which were in operation as of the Hamlet of Pond Inlet and the region of Kivalliq. [...] Based on our interviews, we recommend that the community impact element of the desirability assessment evaluate potential effects on the lifestyle and traditions of Nunavummiut in nearby communities and the potential negative impact on the cost of living and quality of life. [...] For the local population, this road could mean raised concerns that not all environmental impacts are being a reduction in the cost of public services, a significant taken into account, including “a lot of impact on the stock of decrease in the cost of freight and passenger traffic, and [Arctic] char.”. [...] If a project This road would support large scale resource significantly undermines livelihoods without providing development projects, create jobs in the construction options for maintaining the welfare of local residents, it and maintenance of the all-weather road, and offer a would seriously compromise the desirability of the proposal. [...] In Pond to assess the impact of the all-weather road on the Inlet, a community leader said that “to be the next hub in current flora, fauna, marine, archeological and cultural the north there is a real need to support the development assets of the region.
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