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Find print and online resources to begin learning more about the Inuit.
book cover: SakKijâjuk : art and craft from Nunatsiavut by Heather Igloliorte
book cover: Early masters : Inuit sculpture 1949-1955 by Darlene Wright
book cover:  Reawakening our ancestors' lines : revitalizing Inuit traditional tattooing by Angela Hovak Johnston
book cover: Creation and transformation : defining moments in Inuit art - Winnipeg Art Gallery
book cover: Canada's residential schools. Volume 2, The Inuit and Northern experience : the final report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
book cover: Inuit qaujimajatuqangit : what Inuit have always known to be true Edited by: Joe Karetak, Frank Tester & Shirley Tagalik
book cover: From the tundra to the trenches by Eddy Weetaltuk
book cover: When the caribou do not come : indigenous knowledge and adaptive management in the western Arctic by Brenda Parlee & Ken J. Caine

Tanya Tagaq concert at the Kennedy Centre

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UVANGA: Trailer


Summary: "Mary Kudlak talks to us about fishing in Okpilik Lake near Ulukhaktok"

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."

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