Iqaluit man finally moves from tent to home

By Kira Wronska Dorward Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Daniel Hillman has been a community fixture in Iqaluit for the last 25 years. He began his life in Nunavut with what was intended to be a four-month contract working in a restaurant, his “first love” being cooking. But “I was really in love with the city and population,” so the former Quebec City resident remained in the North and took on various other jobs over the years in restaurants and as a taxi driver. In addition, Hillman became intimately involved with giving his time to the local community, and in particular the francophone population in various capacities. From administrator of the local French association, to working for the GN and the French school board, where a plaque recognizing his contribution was…

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