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Individuals and businesses making a difference in the lives of Northerners and their communities across Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and Yukon. Here are their stories and how CanNor supported them in their success.

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Katie Young, owner of Klondike Kettle Corn, at the Fireweed Market.

Klondike Kettle Corn - a business bursting with quality, creativity and drive

If you have ever made popcorn, you can appreciate the gradually-explosive nature of the process. First, the kernels sit in oil while things heat up. After a while, a single kernel pops followed swiftly by a couple more. Suddenly, the batch explodes and the container overflows with the fluffy stuff. That delicious, distinct smell lingers in the air for hours, keeping the delightful snack top-of-mind for the next time the craving strikes.

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