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Arctic shipwreck inflames passions in Norway and Canada

The Maud is a ship with a history that's linked to Canada and Norway. She sank more than 80 years ago near Cambridge Bay in Canada's far north. Now there's a Norwegian effort to salvage the vessel. We'll tell you the Maud's story and what her future may hold.(PHOTO COURTESY OF THE FRAM MUSEUM)


Photo: In June 1918 Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen returned to the Arctic in his ship, the Maud, whose wrecked shell now lies outside Cambridge Bay.

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