Prime Minister Stephen Harper will be packing his bags this weekend before embarking on a tour of the Arctic.
Making a swing through the North has become an annual ritual for the prime minister; next week’s trip is his seventh multi-day visit.
He leaves on Monday for stops in Yukon, the Northwest Territories, Nunavut and northern Manitoba, where he’ll be observing part of Operation Nanook, the military’s annual Arctic summer exercise.
The prime minister’s trip is expected to be a mix of new announcements and reminders about old contributions.
“Every year we go up, we do try to highlight all the areas the government