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Arctic safari attracts visitors to Canada

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The frozen wastelands of Canada's far north have always held an attraction for more adventurous tourists.

But with stories about global warming threatening to change the landscape, more people seem to be heading there to get a glimpse of the areas stark, natural beauty before it changes.

Brandy Yanchyk went on a Canadian Arctic Safari - travelling through the Hudson Strait going north of the tree line.

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