, a DHC-6 Twin Otter operated by Kenn Borek Air, was flying in supplies to the personnel near a bird sanctuary on the northern tip of Banks Island. The flight had originated in Sachs Harbour and had only the two crew on board. On landing at the unprepared strip, the a/c struck a wingtip, either on the ground or on a tree, and experienced some minor damage. No other details are known at this time, but it is reported that the damage was not sufficient to prevent the a/c from flying out and returning to Calgary for repair. UPDATE The a/c was in the flare for landing when the right wing dropped and struck the ground, causing minor damage to the wing tip fairing, right flap hanger, and aileron. There were 3 people on board the a/c and no one was injured. The a/c was ferried back to the company maintenance base in Calgary for repairs.