‘Archives’ runs a gamut of meanings. From the austere and restricted form of government records, which require specialized protocols for use and access, to the ephemeral and public sum total of social media, the idea of ‘archives’ is fuzzy. It is this fuzziness that has prevented any proper consideration of the role of archives in, among many other things, contemporary development initiatives in northern Canada.

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