Meet the Inuit historian who helped find the Franklin shipwreck
The Canadian Press.
"Inuit historian Louie Kamookak says he’s been hearing stories of the Franklin Expedition since he was a child. Kamookak’s work helped searchers find the wreck of the HMS Erebus, the flagship of the Franklin Expedition of 1845."
Source: Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
Summary: interactive map. "There are four Inuit regions in Canada, collectively known as Inuit Nunangat. The term “Inuit Nunangat” is a Canadian Inuit term that includes land, water, and ice. Inuit consider the land, water, and ice, of our homeland to be integral to our culture and our way of life."
Summary: "As the only national organization dedicated to supporting Inuit artists working in all media and geographic areas, the Inuit Art Foundation has sought to empower and support Inuit artists’ self-expression and self determination, while increasing the public's access to and awareness of artists’ work for more than 31 years."
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Summary: "Since 2004, Pirurvik has developed and delivered training programs that respond to the needs and aspirations of Nunavummiut. We focus on building essential skills that provide students with a deeper appreciation of Inuit knowledge and a stronger sense of Inuit identity."
2006. ""The purpose of this report is to present the findings concerning allegations that the RCMP is responsible for a mass culling of Inuit sled dogs in Nunavik and Nunavut between 1950 and 1970, which is alleged to have been carried out at the direction of the Government, or on the RCMP’s own initiative."